Tarryall Reservoir, near Jefferson, Colorado, is completely capped with 4-8″ of ice. Fishing has been good for rainbow and cutbow trout. We have heard that fishing is good in 5 to 12 feet of water using small kastmasters, Dx Lures, rat finkies, tube jigs, and other small plastics. Be sure to tip your presentation with […]
Recent Ice Fishing Action
This Tarryall Ice Fishing Report is courtesy of Robby Richardson and his Ice Fish Colorado guides: The ice is safe with 10+” across the lake. Every day has been a little different, but overall there have been a lot of opportunities through the ice at Tarryall Reservoir! Most fish are in the 10-14″ range, but […]
Tarryall Reservoir is completely capped with 5-10 inches of ice. Ice fishing has been fair to good across the lake for stocker sized rainbow and cutbow trout with the occasional fish in the 14-17″ range. More info to come as we get out and fish it more!
With a little hard work, there is some great trout fishing to be had at Tarryall! Our guides have been seeing plenty of 10-20 fish days with some fish running 16-19″! Focus on 6 to 16 feet of water and continue moving until you find fish traffic. Small tube jigs, lazer jigs, and Eagle Claw […]
Tarryall reservoir like Eleven Mile, has been getting a lot of ice fishing pressure and the rainbow trout and cutbows have wised up and the conditions have changed! A lot of ice fishing reports around the lake are that the bite is tough. Ice thickness varies from 12-14″. The trout haven’t been flying out of […]
Tarryall Reservoir has capped and has 3-10″ of ice across the lake!! It is always important to use caution on early ice as conditions can vary drastically from spot to spot. Trout fishing has been very good with lots of action for rainbow trout and cutbows in the 12-15″ range and some bigger ones showing […]