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: Stagecoach Reservoir

Stagecoach shore fishing

Post By: Boog      Posted: 7/7/2018 3:31:42 PM     Points: 66    
Do you know if you can fish from the shore at stagecoach reservoir.
Thank You for telling me if you Know....
 Reply by: RPG      Posted: 7/7/2018 4:10:24 PM     Points: 9047    
Lots of places to shore fish.
 Reply by: Dadafishman3      Posted: 7/7/2018 7:42:43 PM     Points: 355    
RPG was that even worth your time to post! It is mine since I'll be there trying to find a good spot to take 4 up and comers!
 Reply by: RPG      Posted: 7/7/2018 9:04:18 PM     Points: 9047    
Dad,

Boog asked a legitimate question and I gave him a direct answer to his question. I don't understand your post.
 Reply by: Dadafishman3      Posted: 7/7/2018 11:07:51 PM     Points: 355    
I think Boog is looking for a little more direction. The north east side is accessible through sage brush and a steep bank to reel up over, the west side is a more accessible, generally what I would consider fishable shore lines. Personally can't speak about south side as I haven't been around to it.
 Reply by: SteamboatFishingAdventures      Posted: 7/8/2018 8:41:22 AM     Points: 10    
Both suggestions from dadafishman3 are correct. If I were you, i would head to the west end of the reservoir aka "the inlet" there is public parking on both the north and south shores. You are required to purchase a daily parks pass in order to park there and the cost is 7 dollars cash. If you are a impatient run and gun type of fisherman, and the above suggestions are not giving you any satisfaction, try Morrison Cove on the south shore in which you would have to drive to. One of those spots should reward you with a nice rainbow. If not, call me, Im the owner of Steamboat Fishing Adventures and Ill take you out for a night full of catching that will leave you icing down your elbow when all is said and done. Good luck out there.