Jackson Reservoir

Morgan - Colorado


  • 5 catches

  • 126 followers

  • 6 spots

Wiper was the most often caught species through the 1990s. Presently, walleye is the most often caught species. (CDOW)

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Jackson Reservoir Fishing Reports

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  1. My grandson's first wiper.

    Hybrid Striped Bass with a Mussell

  2. Details: Good drop off

    Possible walleye? 15 to 21 feet steep drop off.

  3. Carp Fishing today with my son. First time her ever caught anything bigger than some trout!

    Common Carp with a Corn/Crawler

    1. NiKo D. 0
      thats so awesome good for him! he looks ecstatic!
  4. Water levels are low and boating is by hand launch only. Canoes, kayaks, etc. that can be carried to the water are allowed. There is not enough water at the ramp ...more to allow a trailered vessel to be launched. Surface water temperature is approximately 80 degrees. Fishing has slowed down some but people are still catching carp, wipers, walleye and trout. It's usually best to fish in the early mornings or late evenings. For wipers and walleyes, the bait has been nightcrawlers from the shoreline. Report courtesy of www.kansasangler.com and Zeiner’s Bass Shop.

  5. The reservoir level has dropped significantly over the last three weeks; we may be out of boating before the end of July. Surface water temperature is approximately ...more 78 degrees.Fishing has slowed down some, but people are still catching carp, wipers, walleye and trout. It's usually best to fish in the early mornings or late evenings. There continues to be nice sized wipers and walleyes being caught. For wipers and walleyes, the bait has been nightcrawlers from the shoreline. From the boat, people have been trolling with Rapalas, nightcrawlers and other crankbaits. Report courtesy of www.kansasangler.com and Zeiner’s Bait and Tackle.

  6. The reservoir level has dropped about five vertical feet this summer so far. Surface water temperature is approximately 77 degrees. Fishing has slowed down some, ...more but people are still catching carp, wipers, walleye and trout. It's usually best to fish in the early mornings or late evenings. There continues to be nice sized wipers and walleyes being caught. For wipers and walleyes, the bait has been nightcrawlers from the shoreline. From the boat, people have been trolling with Rapalas, nightcrawlers and other crankbaits. Report courtesy of www.kansasangler.com and Zeiner’s Bait and Tackle.

  7. The reservoir is full, but water is being released, beginning last week. Surface water temperature is approximately 72 degrees. Fishing has been good on carp, wipers, ...more walleye, trout and channel catfish; it's usually best to fish in mornings or evenings. There continues to be nice sized wipers and walleye being caught. For wipers and walleyes, the bait has been nightcrawlers from the shoreline. From the boat, people have been trolling with Rapalas, nightcrawlers and other crankbaits. Report courtesy of www.kansasangler.com, Zeiner’s Bass Shop.

  8. The reservoir is full. Surface water temperature is approximately 66 degrees. Fishing has been fair to good on carp, wipers, walleye, trout and channel catfish; ...more it's usually best to fish in mornings or evenings. There continues to be nice sized wipers and walleye being caught. For wipers and walleyes, the bait has been nightcrawlers. There were some trout stocked this past week.

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