Sport Fish Colorado

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Sport Fish Colorado, started by Robby Richardson in 2009, is your premier Colorado guided fishing company for trips on Blue Mesa, Antero, 11 Mile, Morrow Point and Pueblo Reservoirs! Our guides have logged thousands of hours through the ice and on the water of these locations and are focused on and dedicated to meeting the ever-changing needs and expectations of every client they come into contact with. They strive to build your confidence as an angler by teaching and putting into action the latest fishing techniques so that you can succeed and have fun using these techniques with us and on your own! A full day typically consists of a six hour fishing trip on Blue Mesa, Antero, Pueblo, and 11 Mile reservoirs through the ice and on the open water, but can be modified to cater to whatever needs you might have so that you get the exact fishing trip you are looking for. All of Sport Fish Colorado’s experienced, qualified guides are CPR and First Aid certified and use the very best equipment available from our fine sponsors and supporters such as Shimano, Power Pro, and Eagle Claw, Trokar, Rocky Mountain Tackle, Blue Mesa Ranch, PK Lures, & Strikemaster. We offer most of our trips out of 18-21’ mid to deep v Lunds for your comfort and protection, but also have a pontoon boat available for bigger parties. Community involvement is very important to us! We offer a 10% military discount to give back to those who support our country and also like to donate our time and resources to kids and special needs groups so please contact us for more information!

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one of the most unique fishing opportunities in the state! The entirety of this lake is difficult to access by foot, but taking a boat on this reservoir can open the door to some of the best scenery and fishing in Colorado! Kokanee Salmon, Lake Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout, and the occasional Cutthroat makes up the species selection in Morrow Point and since this lake is tough to access, there are true trophies of each species lurking throughout the lake.

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Blue Mesa reservoir

is the largest body of water in the state of Colorado and home to rainbow trout, brown trout, kokanee salmon, lake trout, and yellow perch! Blue Mesa is over 20 miles long, has 96 miles of shoreline, and is over 340 feet deep in spots when full! It is a truly unique reservoir with many different fishing opportunities surrounded by incredible landscapes. Over the years, Blue Mesa fishing trips have produced several state records including a snagged 7 lbs 5 oz kokanee salmon, 50 lbs 3 oz lake trout, and at one time a 46″ catch and release record by our very own Robby Richardson!

Morrow Point Reservoir

one of the most unique fishing opportunities in the state! The entirety of this lake is difficult to access by foot, but taking a boat on this reservoir can open the door to some of the best scenery and fishing in Colorado! Kokanee Salmon, Lake Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout, and the occasional Cutthroat makes up the species selection in Morrow Point and since this lake is tough to access, there are true trophies of each species lurking throughout the lake.

Lake Pueblo

a very popular warm-water fishery that hosts a variety of species including smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, spotted bass, walleye, crappie, bluegill, wiper, channel catfish, flathead catfish, blue catfish, rainbow trout, common carp, gizzard shad, and white suckers! The walleye population is on an upswing and fishing has been getting better every year with more walleye and bigger walleye. March kicks off the walleye fishing and is typically one of the best months for trophy walleye along with April. During these spring months we are often casting and trolling for just a few bites per trip but these bites can result in some of the biggest walleye of the year. The peak of the walleye season is usually May thru mid-July with trips averaging 20 to 40 walleye boated per trip along with a mix of smallmouth, largemouth bass, and the occasional wiper, carp, crappie, trout, or catfish. May can also offer some great crappie fishing depending on the year

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(719) 649-3378