Whoa... I feel like I must comment on your post on principle. :biggrin1:
http://cpw.state.co.us/placestogo/parks/LakePueblo/Documents/LakePuebloAreaBrochure.pdfunless something has changed since last summer, he was doing nothing wrong... nice fish btw and welcome to the site.
How old is that? It's my understanding the dam has been open in a limited fashion for the last couple of years?http://cpw.state.co.us/placestogo/parks/LakePueblo/Documents/LakePuebloAreaBrochure.pdf#search=Pueblo Dam
Lake Pueblo is an excellent fishery and one of
the top walleye, wiper and bass fisheries in the state.
Fishing is permitted anywhere on the park with a
valid fishing license, except from the boat docks,
boat ramps, along the face of the dam, and in other
areas closed to public access.
Doesnt seem to have a date on itHow old is that? It's my understanding the dam has been open in a limited fashion for the last couple of years?
I could be wrong about that though. What I wanna know is why anyone wanna fish down there anyway? Ain't nothin' but a bunch of 12" bass, with the occasional 15".... :
I can def. see that interpretation as valid... IF i were ever planning on fishing the Dam from shore I would def. call to verify... however i doubt I'll ever fish Pueblo from shore.. and if i do it wont be from the dam.according to doug, head ranger at the park, the face of the dam is the concrete structure and that was last summer.
call the park office and ask for doug to get the info for yourself... it may have changed since then.