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it just occured to me that it might be a good idea to find a link and post it that gives decent directions to all of colorados lakes and rivers. i am new to colorado and would love to be able to look up and print a map right to where i want to go. if any of you know such a site post it it might help alot of transplants to colorado find some places to fish
 
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Everything you need to know about Colorado State Parks

http://parks.state.co.us/

Every place you've ever thought about taking a kid fishing (with maps)

http://wildlife.state.co.us/Fishing/WhereToGo/101Places/

A place to start for hot spots

http://wildlife.state.co.us/Fishing/WhereToGo/HotSpots/

Keep an eye on the DOW site - usually updated with recent conditions (though not always timely) from April to (I think it's September).

http://wildlife.state.co.us/Fishing/Reports/StatewideConditions/
 

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And if you cant find the lake you are looking for on there just ask someone will know.

I have a Colorado Atlas & Gazetteer which I use alot to find mountian lakes and jeep trails to them, also Google Earth is a great tool to use aswell.
 
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Check out the fishing counter at sportsmans warehouse, it has a book with all the good lakes in colorado and some in wyoming. Maps show where structure, weedbeds, and the depths of the lake. Best 20 buck ive spent this year.
 

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I brought this up a few months ago and like you it got shot down. I have GPS cords. To Every Body of water in Colorado(I think) if you need one


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