Harvey Gap Reservoir

Garfield - Colorado


  • 6 catches

  • 57 followers

  • 2 spots

Easy access, plentiful fish, many different species, easy casting with little shore vegetation. Boat ramp. (CDOW)

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Harvey Gap Reservoir Fishing Reports

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  1. Northern Pike with a Bandit Walleye Deep Diver

    1. Tim Crowley 0
      Awesome, I never think of Colorado as a big pike state.
    2. Claude Ballz 0
      thats a beauty
    3. Robert Coleman 0
      What a beast! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
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  2. 33” 10 lb

    Northern Pike with a 6” Storm Wildeye Swim Shad

    1. Bryan Harper 0
      Thx! I catch most of them on 5-6” Wildeye Storm Swim Shads! I have this one 6” discontinued patterned called Glow Tiger that glows in deep water that resembles a ...more Yellow Perch that the Reservoir is full of!
    2. Rich Pardy 0
      Nice fatty!!
    3. Bryan Harper 0
      Thx
    4. Jimbo Harwood 0
      Nice pike!!
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  3. 32”’9+ lbs

    Northern Pike with a 5” Taunami Holographic Swim Shad

    1. Bryan Harper 0
      Thx! They’re always trying to eradicate them and Smallmouth for the Trout as well as some endangered Fish that live in the river below!🀬All it does is just push ...more the growth of them back!
    2. Rich Pardy 0
      man they grow thick by u, nice pike!!
    3. Bryan Harper 0
      Thx Jimbo! I took my sister for her first day of Pike Fishing and she landed a 36” 13 lber for her first Pike ever!
    4. Jimbo Harwood 0
      Another nice one!! πŸ‘
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  4. 40 1/2” Northern Pike caught on a Storm Wildeye Swim Shad (Glow Tiger)

    Northern Pike with a Storm Wildeye Swim shads

    1. Sandra Rose 0
      How was your day??
    2. Sandra Rose 0
      Hello
    3. Sandra Rose 0
      Hello
    4. Bryan Harper 0
      Ha Ha! The lake has lots of Perch in it!
    5. Dave Seay 0
      What a pig! The pike, I mean!
    6. Bryan Harper 0
      Thx guys!
    7. Kenneth Olivo 0
      Nice pike!!!!
    8. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Nice Pike Bryan!!
    9. Bryan Harper 0
      Ha! Ha! A lot of people razz me about hiding behind the fish! Thx!
    10. Robert Coleman 0
      Uh - oh.... we got to see your face! Lol Awesome Pike Bryan! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
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  5. Largest was 34 inches. The one I'm holding! I caught it!

    Northern Pike with a Rapala

    1. Donna M Lynn 0
      Thanks. It was fun to catch.
    2. Robert Coleman 0
      Very nice Donna! πŸ‘πŸ‘
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  6. A good bunch of fish!

    32 in. Northern Pike with a Rapala

    1. T Sen 0
      Wisconsin can be rough if they feel froggy as well. I dont intend to gibd out about how kentucky would put one through the ringer, dont intend to find out either...lol
    2. Donna M Lynn 0
      Oh, and I wasn't driving home! Way less expensive. Game and fish do some crazy crap regulating fishing waters. Especially in Colorado.
    3. Donna M Lynn 0
      Oh, absolutely. We were on shore.
    4. T Sen 0
      Fishing from the bank i might have a few, or 6, but none on the boat...lol
    5. Scott S 0
      I'm with you "T Sen" wait til you get home, then you can drink beer and tell fish stories all night.
    6. T Sen 0
      Due to ridiculous department of fish and wildlife laws, i save the beer until I'm off the water.....it's cheaper that way....lol
    7. Donna M Lynn 0
      Can you fish without out a cold beer?
    8. Donna M Lynn 0
      I watched several videos beforehand. Learned how to get those nasty Y bones.
    9. Robert Coleman 0
      That's some good eating there! AFTER you get the 'Y' bones out! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
    10. T Sen 0
      good way to cap off a nice day of catching.....by uncapping a cold beerπŸ‘
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