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Lake: St. Vrain State Park (Barbour Ponds)
Fish: Bluegill

Action for the little Grandkids

Post By: Big-Low      Posted: 6/7/2024 8:12:42 AM     Points: 9    
Nana and I are looking to take the 2, young, Grandkids (3-5) out for some bluegill fishing this Saturday. Which of the St.Vrain ponds hold the most active bluegill? Factors : closer walk for little legs. Worms as bait. Don't imagine we will be out there long, Lol. Thank you in advance.
 Reply by: Goosehunter82      Posted: Jun. 7, 8:29:19 AM     Points: 77550
I would try coot. Good luck out there
 Reply by: bigbear57      Posted: Jun. 7, 2:36:06 PM     Points: 5440
sandpiper and pelican have the most bluegill in my opinion best to fish close to the parking on sandpiper on the east side or by the handicap parking on the west side good luck.
 Reply by: Fishing5280      Posted: Jun. 7, 11:20:57 PM     Points: 1
If the other ponds are packed, try Yellow Legs pond and Killdeer pond. Two of the smaller ponds, but there typically isn't people fishing them and they 100% have plenty of bluegill.
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