Post By: fishingfreak Posted: 5/12/2012 10:16:01 AM Points: 768
I'm sorry to say, and I just had to get this out... that there is more than enough room to share the boulder res. inlet some people can be such dicks,claiming certain spots and making a big fit out of it! Afterwards i fished the other side with someone else, and landed my limit and took off to coot lake and landed a nice 13 inch crappie, it was released for future breeding.
Reply by: unclejed54 Posted: 5/25/2012 8:40:50 AM Points: 0
Do you guys walk in from coot lake or what? can you fish boulder res at night ? I sure miss the old fishermans access where you used to be able to park right on the east side of the dam I guess you don't know what you got till its gone huh? Thanks for any info. JD
Reply by: unclejed54 Posted: 5/25/2012 8:48:39 AM Points: 0
Hey man don't be put off to much by the cranky old crusty fisherman out there.Some guys are just real touchy about how close other folks get while fishing.Respect their space and be friendly and you never know what could happen. They might lighten up or they might still be Dicks but thats how it goes. Good fishin to Y'all. JD
Reply by: unclejed54 Posted: 5/25/2012 9:08:14 AM Points: 0
oH my bad sorry. You know anything about boulder res I used to fish it alot but it has been at least five or six years. Boulder has alot of rules and regs that kinda suck it cost an arm and a leg to get a boat on the res now a days . wow. I want to give it a try again but not sure what my best way to access the place would be. appreciate any help. thanks JD
Reply by: itchyreelfinger Posted: 5/25/2012 9:12:40 AM Points: 906
No worries! Tight lines to ya! I have never fished Boulder Res. I spend about 75% of my water time on Grand Lake or Lake Powell. I get "hooked" on one or two type of fish and chase them almost maniacally. Right now I am onto Lake Trout and Stripers. Before that it was walleye. Before that, Sail fish. And before that it was LMB! I guess you would call it "tunnel vision fishing". I would like to try Boulder though. I have heard its a really nice lake.