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Fish: Goldfish

A strange objective.

Post By: Farmer Brown      Posted: 6/17/2012 1:22:05 PM     Points: 115    
I have made it a goal to catch a goldfish. I have no idea why I made this goal, where to catch one, or what to use. Any ideas?
 Reply by: sharkbite1985      Posted: 6/17/2012 2:01:39 PM     Points: 2173    
If you go to petsmart and bring a small dip net you will probably slay em. Make sure to post lots of pictures )
 Reply by: jshanko      Posted: 6/17/2012 2:12:26 PM     Points: 4582    
 Reply by: EOrf      Posted: 6/17/2012 2:19:28 PM     Points: 2482    
Not sure where your at but in the City Park Duck Pond in Pueblo they got some pretty big gold fish swimming around like 1&2 lbers Good Luck
 Reply by: The_Flyfisherman      Posted: 6/17/2012 3:27:36 PM     Points: 40    
Up in estes park they have a small pond around the festival kinda area and it has a bridge where a bunch of people feed the gold fish and ive seen people catch trout but decent gold fish in there!
 Reply by: Abel1      Posted: 6/18/2012 10:06:43 AM     Points: 187    
Stern Park in Littleton? There used to be a bunch years back.
 Reply by: Hey Jack!      Posted: 6/18/2012 10:15:23 AM     Points: 727    
a picture of your fish when you catch it would be sweet
 Reply by: smoking water bear      Posted: 9/2/2012 9:02:49 AM     Points: 101    
I have seen a few carp goldfish hybrid at rocky mountain lake in north west Denver. Some big spotted carp playing in the shallows after dark.
 Reply by: ZZZ      Posted: 9/2/2012 10:12:22 AM     Points: 1127    
Don't know where you live or how far you are willing to drive to accomplish your goal but this was posted recently [log in for link] Others have posted about catching them there as well.

Tight Lines...zzz
 Reply by: hotrox54      Posted: 9/2/2012 11:39:04 AM     Points: 15    
Way back. More years than I want to admit. There were tons in rocky mountain park. We caught about a dozen or so to stock a small water feature in a friends yard. Most were about 4 to 6 inches. Got in trouble using up worms from my dads worm bed. LOL