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Lake: Lake Loveland

Inlet flow

Post By: Bigbass      Posted: 3/25/2018 9:19:51 PM     Points: 79    
Does anyone know if the inlet is flowing full bore yet looking on doing some Wally fishing but itís a drive and I donít want to waste the gas if Their isnít any water coming in!!!
 Reply by: Kev-o      Posted: 3/25/2018 9:22:28 PM     Points: 54437    
 Reply by: TADA32      Posted: 3/26/2018 6:58:11 AM     Points: 9812    
already ran once.
 Reply by: frydaddy      Posted: 4/22/2018 7:59:03 PM     Points: 234    
They ran it a little early this year, whats up?
 Reply by: frydaddy      Posted: 4/29/2018 1:50:55 PM     Points: 234    
Any flow or any news or anyone out there? please let me know
How full is the lake.
Thank you
 Reply by: Fisherguyd      Posted: 5/1/2018 7:40:52 AM     Points: 96    
I did go by this weekend and it appears to be completely full
 Reply by: TADA32      Posted: 5/1/2018 7:42:17 PM     Points: 9812    
I wouldn't say completely full but yes it it's full. There is no water in the rivers so the lakes are not filling up. All the lakes are gonna have to wait till the farmers get their share.
 Reply by: elkskinner      Posted: 5/6/2018 8:57:08 PM     Points: 350    
Water has been coming in thru the inlet ditch for several days now. The lake is darn close to max full. If water continues to flow in, I'm guessing the outlet will be opened, and water will soon be flowing into Horseshoe. (And speaking of Horseshoe.....last Tues and Wed, I caught somewhere between 60-70 crappies. BIG crappies. Today, nothing. Nada. Well, did catch one small walleye. Where in the heck did all those fish go?)

Dennis in Loveland
 Reply by: JimT      Posted: 5/7/2018 11:07:45 AM     Points: 42    
Dennis... where is horseshoe? you fishing from shore catching all those Crappie? any info would be appreciated.. would love to fish for Crappie and I am in Loveland
 Reply by: elkskinner      Posted: 5/7/2018 12:46:21 PM     Points: 350    
Jim, Horseshoe is directly west of Boyd Lake. Many years ago, Horseshoe was open to the public. Not now. The homeowners association now controls the rec rights. However, there are a few spots where the public is allowed to fish. North end, across from the diary. East side, along the rocky dam. ( Zero parking there.) Southeast corner. And the inlet area.

Yes, all fish caught from shore. Minnows and jigs.

I have been fishing that lake for 60+ years. Caught some huge catfish, a few walleye, and a truckload of crappie and white bass. Like any lake, if you hit it at just the right time, the fishing can be fantastic.
 Reply by: frydaddy      Posted: 5/7/2018 9:50:20 PM     Points: 234    
Dennis,
Thank you for the heads up-its tough to make a trip up their with all the new traffic. I didn't know Horseshoe would start producing so soon, are they on the dairy side or the south side?
FD Rod
 Reply by: JimT      Posted: 5/9/2018 9:00:04 AM     Points: 42    
Thank you Dennis... where do you get your minnows around Loveland? appreciate you taking time to provide info.
 Reply by: Killerfihser      Posted: 5/9/2018 9:42:50 AM     Points: 764    
JAX in Loveland or head Bennette's bait shop in Berthoud.
 Reply by: elkskinner      Posted: 5/9/2018 9:06:39 PM     Points: 350    
The new Scheels also sells minners.

Fished the Loveland inlet til late, late the past 2 nights. Let's see....5 walleye, 15 1/2 hrs of tossing jigs, plus a second rod with crawlers.....not a very impressive catch rate.

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