I haven't heard of anybody getting 3 pike in harvey in a few years. 1 is considered dead on there now. Highline has decent fishing for bass and cats but like ice said with warm temps it sucks, and with the enormous number of jet skiers you can't catch fish besides at night or very early morning anyway.IceInTheVeins said:Harvey Gap used to be awesome for pike. Now thanks to the Disaster Of Wildlife, it's tough fishing and a good day is three pike.
Highline has good fishing for bass and cats but with the scorching temps its slow.
Now our rivers are awesome. But fishing out here can be hard to find because the disaster won't stock anything but trout or suckfish.
The mesa is always good for stockers in the lakes you can drive to, (I wish they would put have different variety) and it has a few really good lakes you can walk a long ways to.
The roaring fork and colorado rivers are fishing well for trout around glenwood; you just should watch the flows because of rains; they might be muddy. The white river is superb with one 12 lber landed by a guy I know recently. The yampa if the flows are high enough is kicking out a plethora of nice smallies and also the occaisional large pike. The gunnison river is always good in the gunnison gorge.