1. Details: Good drop off

    Possible walleye? 15 to 21 feet steep drop off.

  2. Details: Hassel lake

    Natural snow melt lake, not stocked, native population of Brook trout. Nothing huge here, just 6 to 10 inch Brookies. big enough to eat over a shore campfire (when ...more fire ban is not in effect, please check Clear Creek country regulations) Beautiful views, about a mile hike up on steep trail. Great for back packing up and staying a couple nights up there! Please pack out all trash and leave no trace, it's a beautiful lake and please love her as much as I do!

    1. Keith Derrick 0
      hey I want some of that 🍺 lol
  3. Action all day! lots of schools cruzing along steep shoreline drop offs, going to have some good eating!

    Lake Trout with a sucker meat

  4. If weed bed is not over grown its a pretty good spot. Look for rocks and other structure, tons of blue gill with an occasional large mouth bass.

    Largemouth Bass with a Night crawlers

    1. Looks like he was mud wrestling
    2. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Nice bass
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  5. My first pike!

    Northern Pike with a night crawlers

    1. Nice pike
    2. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Nice Pike!! Congrats and May you catch many more!!
    3. Josh Sommerville 0
      congrats on the 1stπŸ‘πŸ»
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  6. One of the deepest parts of this lake. Slow at biting but they are there!

    Channel of Awesome

    1. Ice catching fun


I am a co native that loves her wilderness! I am an artist, adventurer, public land huntress, and fisherwoman. My grandfather taught me how to ...more fish when I was 7 and I haven't stopped since then! I like to cook what I catch/shoot and try to subsist off of what I can hunt and fish for my protein. You are what you eat, so I like to always try to be free range/wild ha ha. I don't like how the large corporation farms are treating the animals nowadays. I decided I don't want to support cruelty and only eat critters that have the chance to live free, see sunlight, and roll in green grass/ swim in weed beds, and eat their natural food. So that is why I have started down this free-ranging carnivore path. If hunting/fishing would be illegal I would probably be a vegetarian, that or just very sad. Probably both lol! Both my husband and I love to cook wild game and we also make our own home brewed beer, cider, and wine. I am bit more of the wild one out of us two and I am all ways draggin my husband, friends, and family outdoors!

Fishing Favorites

  • Species I catch lots of bass, bluegill, and trout
  • Lure Just worms mainly