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tigermuskie stocking

Post By: fish4fun      Posted: 9/18/2019 8:04:47 PM     Points: 575    
Anybody now how to get a list of the 29 lakes where tiger muskie are stocked?


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 Reply by: ass bass or cash      Posted: Sep. 18, 8:21:44 PM     Points: 1577    
See if this works
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 Reply by: ass bass or cash      Posted: Sep. 18, 8:24:27 PM     Points: 1577    
Scroll down to see historical stocking of muskie in Colorado lakes, let me know if this works
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Btw, I've never targeted Muskie but would LOVE to )
 Reply by: fish4fun      Posted: Sep. 18, 10:52:20 PM     Points: 575    
That list is old and includes all
 Reply by: fish4fun      Posted: Sep. 18, 10:55:16 PM     Points: 575    
from the 80s when tigers were originally stocked, Many of these lakes went dry and I believe there was some kinda of problem with the supply of tigers at one time that effected the stocking program for a while
 Reply by: ass bass or cash      Posted: Sep. 19, 9:51:17 AM     Points: 1577    
Quite a few with recent stocking reports from 2016, 17 &18 on the list. That's where you'd want to go to find something catchable with size right?
 Reply by: fish4fun      Posted: Sep. 19, 10:31:53 AM     Points: 575    
Meant the 29 lakes this year is what I am asking about, I have seen a picture of on from a lake on Pikes Peak that is not on this old list. No sign there saying they are in there, Maybe someone on here knows who to ask, Would be interesting information.
 Reply by: Ajax5240      Posted: Sep. 19, 4:50:30 PM     Points: 27143    
I would contact your local biologist.

But I also wouldn't get too excited about chasing the truck around while they stock them.. Not the same as trout fresh off the truck..
 Reply by: Eyefishing      Posted: Sep. 19, 7:11:28 PM     Points: 6    
There was a real nice one caught on Lon haggler 2 weeks ago, it was about 36 to 38 in. We caught 2 small ones 18in. last week.
 Reply by: chodeman      Posted: Sep. 20, 8:40:50 PM     Points: 320    
If you want a good chance to catch, I would take a drive south to Horseshoe Lake in Lathrop State Park. Smaller lake, but good Tiger numbers. Check out the lake page for more info.