Boyd Lake Fishing Report

Boyd Lake - Loveland, CO (Larimer County)

by Colorado Parks & Wildlife

Boating Status: The reservoir is closed to boating- anglers take precautions when fishing from shore
ANS: None documented at this time

Water Temperature: N/A

Ice: Present- estimates ranging from 10” – 12”

Weather: Overcast, low winds

Recorded Species: trout, walleye, bass (large and small, white), perch, wiper, crappie

Notes: Size requirements apply: 1) Min. size for LM Bass and SM Bass is 15 in. long. 2) Min. size for walleye and saugeye is 15 in. long. 3) Only 1 walleye or saugeye in the aggregate longer than 21 inches may be taken per day. Anglers have reported success with trout using worms, Spinners, and Woolly Buggers.

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