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Lake: Lily Lake - RMNP

lily lake icefishing

Post By: ELVIS      Posted: 2/5/2020 5:45:56 PM     Points: 1798    
Hey , has anyone ever Ice fished Lili Lake ? Just found out that you can do that . Planning to go there this weekend .Thank you
 Reply by: finsnfeathers      Posted: Feb. 6, 4:31:33 AM     Points: 522    
Just make sure you are using no bait or scents and punch your barbs down.
 Reply by: ELVIS      Posted: Feb. 6, 5:08:32 AM     Points: 1798    
Thanks for the tip :-)
 Reply by: team FMFO      Posted: Feb. 6, 7:13:31 AM     Points: 3829    
Rangers will be checking you and pretty sure you can only drill 2 holes.
Call the park and ask .
 Reply by: GoNe_FiShIn_11      Posted: Feb. 6, 7:16:30 AM     Points: 12763    
You can only drill two holes? Why is that?
 Reply by: Ajax5240      Posted: Feb. 6, 9:02:20 AM     Points: 30256    
Hand powered augers only in RMNP
 Reply by: team FMFO      Posted: Feb. 6, 9:11:42 AM     Points: 3829    
I just called the park and was told hand augers only , artificial flies and lures only and barbless hooks only. No limit on the number of holes and was also told that the dam got blown out in the flood of 2013 and there are NO fish in the lake any more !
 Reply by: MOJO      Posted: Feb. 6, 10:41:54 AM     Points: 741    
As an alternative, consider going a bit S to Brainard Lk which has fair access to the lake and a very good Brookie population.
 Reply by: heryantoch      Posted: Feb. 6, 12:01:00 PM     Points: 1389    
I went there during Christmas/New Year, and drilled several holes across the lakes....everywhere I drilled, it is filled with weed that starts like 1 feet below the surface...very difficult to ice fish there....
 Reply by: GoNe_FiShIn_11      Posted: Feb. 6, 12:42:07 PM     Points: 12763    
I understand not wanting gas augers out there but I wonder if electric power would be expectable now a days? Anyone know what that rule is for? Sounds like an outdated rule. Just curious
 Reply by: team FMFO      Posted: Feb. 6, 1:42:05 PM     Points: 3829    
I was told NO power anything at all in the park and Lilly Lake is in the park.
And I called this morning.
 Reply by: Hawaiian Punch      Posted: Feb. 7, 10:16:26 AM     Points: 8110    
Too many "no's" for me . . . . .there are much better places that are closer to home.

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