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Lake: Wolford Mountain Reservoir
Fish: Kokanee

Have the Kokes moved in?

Post By: pug      Posted: 10/5/2019 2:35:05 PM     Points: 10    
Has anyone been to Wolford for the spawners yet this year. I am curious if the jokes have moved in to shore yet. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
 Reply by: catfishking      Posted: Oct. 5, 5:07:01 PM     Points: 742    
Still a few weeks away
 Reply by: JimmyRig      Posted: Oct. 7, 6:45:08 PM     Points: 55    
I usually start checking it around mid October. The past couple years there has been a round of smaller ones spawning and then a couple weeks later the big ones come in. Not sure why.
 Reply by: Wacokid57      Posted: Oct. 8, 3:17:13 PM     Points: 11    
So, do the kokes not run up an inlet? If they don't, where do they go?
 Reply by: Dakota Dude      Posted: Oct. 8, 3:19:21 PM     Points: 2230    
They go to where they were dumped in the lake.
 Reply by: Hawaiian Punch      Posted: Oct. 8, 4:50:17 PM     Points: 5992    
CWP will be setting the Koke trap on or about the 16th of this month and the egg collection is going to start on Friday the 18th. They will be doing the trap on the folling Monday,wensday and Friday again.
 Reply by: Spc0812      Posted: Oct. 9, 7:50:00 PM     Points: 0    
Im going this sunday the 13th anyone have suggestions on where to go and what to use. This is my last year in colorado and this is my biggest bucket list fish.
 Reply by: jdavis      Posted: Oct. 9, 7:55:23 PM     Points: 217    
If you want an easy Koke go throw a nymph rig in the dream stream. The Kokes look super cool right now.
 Reply by: pug      Posted: Oct. 9, 8:16:22 PM     Points: 10    
Spec. Go to Wolford at the boat ramp area or dam. Use a pink tube jug about 5 feet under a slip bobber and rip it with either shrimp or a wax worm. Use a lighter bobber that is more sensitive as the bites are sometimes subtle. By the way the likes have started.
 Reply by: Spc0812      Posted: Oct. 10, 3:58:57 PM     Points: 0    
So i would love to go to the dream stream if i could keep. I really want to eat one or id totally go there no doubt. Im also tring to stay within 3 hrs from colorado springs as one ill be leaving about 8-9 and 2 i want more line in water time instead of drive time. This is a huge bucket list fish for me and i wont be here next season as im moving to kentucky and theres no salmon i hear there so im trying to get this all in now.
 Reply by: JimmyRig      Posted: Oct. 13, 8:41:54 PM     Points: 55    
Pug is that picture from this year?