200,000 Fish to be Stocked in the Sangre de Cristos Lakes and Streams


Most waterways will be stocked between April and October.

 

Banjo Lake: 540 one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.

Brush Creek Lake: (All one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.) Lower: 2,000; Upper: 3,000.

Colony Lake: 2,000 one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.

Colony Lake South: (All one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.) Lower: 700; Upper: 1,500.

Comanche Lake: 2,000 one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.

DeWeese Reservoir: 17,500 five-inch McConaughay Rainbow Trout; 33,000 ten-inch Rainbow Trout; 15,000 five-inch Brown Trout; 2,000 three-inch Lake Strain Smallmouth Bass; 3,000 seven-inch Tiger Muskie.

Dry Lakes: (All one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat) Lower: 400; Middle: 600; Upper: 300.

Eureka Lake: 1,000 one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.

Goodwin Lake: (All one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat) Lower: 1,000; Upper: 800.

Grape Creek: 6,000 five-inch Brown Trout; 6,000 five-inch Snake River Cutthroat.

Greenhorn Creek: 500 five-inch Brown Trout.

Greenleaf Creek South: 1,000 one-inch Brown Trout.

Hardscrabble Creek South: 500 five-inch Brown Trout.

Hermit Lake: 2,000 one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.n

Horn Creek Beaver Ponds: 300 one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.

Horn Lake: 3,900 one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.

Horn Lake North: 500 one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.

Lake of the Clouds: (All one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.) Lower: 1,400; Middle: 1,400; Upper: 1,300.

Macey Lake: (All one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.) Lower: 1,400; South: 900; West: 1,200.

North Apache Creek: 1,000 five-inch Greenback Cutthroat.

Rainbow Lake: 1,300 one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.

San Isabel Lake: 32,101 ten-inch Rainbow Trout, 5,000 five-inch Brown Trout.

Silver Lake: 500 one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.

South Branch Brush Creek Lake: 500 one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.

Taylor Creek Middle 1: 500 five-inch Brown Trout.

Texas Creek: 1,500 one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.

Venable Creek Beaver Ponds: 300 one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.

Venable Lake: (All one-inch Pikes Peak Cutthroat.) Lower: 900; Upper: 500.

 

Jim Melby, Wildlife Manager and fishing biologist of Colorado City can be contacted at telephone number: 719.940.6352.

 

 


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