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There are a few good places to fish for walleye in Colorado, The places you hear the most are Bonny Reservoir (east near Burlington) Chatfield and Cherry Creek in the metro area. Also Horsetooth (west of Fort Collins) Carter reservoir and Aurora.

Bear in mind while the fishing can be good for walleyes in Colorado there is a difference between North Dakota and Colorado. If you are accustomed to fishing Sakajawea and catching 20+ inch fish it might be a little of disappointment. For some reason we have lots of trouble catching fish that size. They are there but real tough to catch. Maybe you can educate us on some new techniques, I need all the Help I can get!

Try this link for an earlier thread about favorite walleye lakes. It might help you decide where to try.

http://www.coloradofisherman.com/forum/index.php?topic=57.0

What part of ND are you from?

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Glad to hear you had good success on Sakajawea. My brother in-law lives Bismarck and keeps wondering when I will come fish with him.

With the current price of gas who knows.

Hopefully you will be able to catch your fill of walleye in Colorado. The bite is very slow right now but should start picking up in late september.

Dan
 
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