Fish Explorer Logo
Colorado
Colorado Fishing FishExplorer.com
Colorado Fishing  
Login Usr:Psd:
Don't have an account? Register now...
 
 
spacer spacer
spacer
Go back to Main FxR Forum listings
Lake: Thornton Gravel Ponds #2 & #3
Fish: Largemouth Bass

TGP Bass

Post By: Rowan      Posted: 6/15/2017 9:18:20 PM     Points: 501    
Are there any bass at the Thornton Gravel Ponds, and if so, tips would be helpful.
Thanks.
 Reply by: Fiddler1986      Posted: 6/16/2017 6:16:18 PM     Points: 9396    
Welcome to the forum. Both ponds have both small and largemouth bass in them. For largemouth, the south pond has more of them, and usually a bit better sized as well. I'm not too experienced at bass fishing but I've caught them on HD trout lures, and when fly fishing on streamers. I've heard of guys doing pretty well on spinner baits but never tried it myself. I personally like the smallmouth bite at both ponds more, at both ponds I've had far better luck on them both number and bigger fish at both ponds. On them jerk baits work great, and for flys leech patterns with a sink tip work great. Try to find structure and you'll be good. Experiment with the retrieve and see what they want. Hope it helps, and if you submit a conditions report you can earn some points.
 Reply by: Rowan      Posted: 6/16/2017 6:20:46 PM     Points: 501    
Thanks for the tips!
 Reply by: Fiddler1986      Posted: 6/16/2017 6:31:55 PM     Points: 9396    
Anytime, and one more tip is fluorocarbon really can help when the water is crystal clear.
 Reply by: anglerwannabe      Posted: 6/16/2017 9:18:51 PM     Points: 50301    
fins up for the flouro advice.. don't forget flouroclear
 Reply by: Walleye master      Posted: 7/14/2017 4:19:25 PM     Points: 51    
Well.. here goes another local bass fishery that's gonna get ruined.
 Reply by: longdraw      Posted: 7/14/2017 5:07:30 PM     Points: 509    
LMAO ^^^ truth.
 Reply by: Fiddler1986      Posted: 7/14/2017 7:27:45 PM     Points: 9396    
Yep yep, all ruined now. Just giving a few tips out has completely ruined this fishery. Sorry about that gents, probably best no one bass fishes here.
 Reply by: bron      Posted: 7/14/2017 9:38:10 PM     Points: 29819    
Those ditch pickles have already seen it all there...no new tips here and the bass will get along as always.