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I have a couple of hours to kill on Monday while waiting for a sales meeting
to start at 2:00p.m. Does anyone have an idea where I can go to throw a
few lures? I don't really care what species it is, as long as it is in that general
area. Thanks, Rick
 

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On 104th between colorado blvd. and riverdale is Grandview Ponds, I've also heard people talk about some gravel pits in Thornton, but from what I hear the fishing isnt great at them.
 

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Are the Granview ponds open? I drove by there a few weeks ago and they were closed for maintanance.
Let us know how they fish.
 

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i live in thornton right now i;d go to webster lake right off 120th and grant ur sure to catch rainbows and theres perch bluegill bass and cats in there i would avoid thornton gravel lakes those have gone down hill another place that might be good are adams county farigrounds they usually produce trout cats and bass
 

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If I go to Webster, what lures usually work and what part of the lake should
I fish? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
 
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