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Lake: Cherry Creek Reservoir

Will this Wether Turn Off the Bite??

Post By: Buho      Posted: 5/18/2017 1:52:06 PM     Points: 108    
I want to hit cherry this weekend since I been reading that the bite is picking up, but I am not sure now with this cold front hitting us. I was thinking Saturday or Sunday which will be the best??!! :-/ Will this weather off the bite?
 Reply by: rljb1      Posted: May. 18, 2:10:42 PM     Points: 2352    
Good question - I am sure the bite will change - How to take advantage of that change?

I checked my local neighborhood pond (in Fort Collins) over lunch. The surface temp was 53 degrees, so it has dropped at least 10 degrees. I tend to think that will move the fish out farther and deeper. They might go for smaller and slower (maybe? have to try it).

I am hoping that once it warms back up that they will be even more active.

Saturday is supposed to be sunny 57 degrees & Sunday partly cloudy and 58 degrees.
 Reply by: IceFishingFool      Posted: May. 18, 2:10:58 PM     Points: 5437    
my best guess is. It will suck.
 Reply by: riper69      Posted: May. 18, 2:18:16 PM     Points: 2594    
The browns at g town are crushing
Weather and weather changes I think are the best time to fish
 Reply by: IceFishingFool      Posted: May. 18, 3:46:13 PM     Points: 5437    
fishing will be great.......catching will suck
 Reply by: anglerwannabe      Posted: May. 18, 4:52:23 PM     Points: 32223    
depends on what you're fishing for.. warm water species will likely turn off. Cold water species will still be hungry
 Reply by: phidoux      Posted: May. 18, 4:57:18 PM     Points: 4513    
I think of it this way. Any day with your lines in the water is better than a day at work. If you don't try it you will never know.
 Reply by: riper69      Posted: May. 18, 5:26:26 PM     Points: 2594    
 Reply by: bron      Posted: May. 18, 6:08:46 PM     Points: 15460    
Some of my best days were in the nastiest weather. A perfect weather day=crappy fishing.
 Reply by: kingkong      Posted: May. 18, 8:18:33 PM     Points: 678    
Yea The cold front will make a difference. Sunday would be better.
 Reply by: Ajax5240      Posted: May. 18, 8:23:23 PM     Points: 21477    
I'll just fish both days for you and tell you which is better.
 Reply by: riper69      Posted: May. 18, 8:30:31 PM     Points: 2594    
Yup few more days on g town then going to Estes park to fish for a couple days. With this big front moving out should be good fishing this weekend with another weak front moving in
 Reply by: Buho      Posted: May. 19, 10:02:31 AM     Points: 108    
Thanks for all your opinions!
 Reply by: Hawaiian Punch      Posted: May. 19, 3:36:58 PM     Points: 793    
The eye bite will be slower than normal,but remember . . .fish feed when they get low blood sugar . . .so there will always be a fish or two that are in the feed mode . . .
 Reply by: ColoradoRay      Posted: May. 20, 11:23:46 PM     Points: 14112    
To answer your question - no. Was out today and caught quite a few fish, mostly walleye.I had to change my tactics slightly and had to search a little more for active fish but they were still willing to play.
 Reply by: riper69      Posted: May. 21, 5:02:48 AM     Points: 2594    
You find them shallow or deep?
 Reply by: sfishes      Posted: May. 21, 7:06:44 PM     Points: 141    
I hit it Sunday. Did good for walleye hitting closest deep water near a flat or hump. All fish caught were 15-17 fow near 10 ft or less.

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