| By Seamus on 1/9/2021 4:00:00 AM | Views (119)


HOURS: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 3 PM (depending on conditions) Saturday & Sunday 7:00AM to 4:00 PM WE HAVE THE BAITS !!


CPW began its Winter stocking program yesterday at the North Shore boat ramp. Take the kids almost a guarantee catch.

ICE FISHING PIC CONTEST: Send us your ice pics for a chance to win $50.00 in store credit and a chance at $100.00 Grand Prize. To get the $100 you have to be selected for at least one Weekly Fishing Report. There will be $50.00 winners for each month Dec, Jan, Feb and March. send pics to Larry@11milemarina.com DECEMBER WINNER ANNOUNCED NEXT REPORT


ST. CROIX FISHING RODS: We are now a proud St. Croix dealer, best rods in the world made in the USA. We have St. Croix ice fish rods and they are nice!

CONTEST UPDATE: It looks like we will not be having the contests. We have been ignored. Dumbest thing we have ever heard. There was no asking for a plan it was only telling us we could not have them and that is WRONG We are a licensed Colorado grocery store and operate under all required guidelines. Our contest rules require you fish 30 feet away from any one else in the contest. We were prepared to cancel the award ceremony. Makes no sense but it is what it is at this point. Hope to see you all next season in a competitive mood.

NO CONTEST SPECIAL PROMOTION: WIN A STRIKE MASTER 10” ELECTRIC POWER AUGER $600.00 VALUE. For every $100.00 spent at the Marina Store includes rental, retail, Guided Services and future boat rental reservations receive one numbered entry ticket. Transactions must be made today through January 8 drawing January 9, 2021. Drawing will be video recorded and will be posted online along with the winning number. We will not call you. Present winning ticket to claim the auger. Thirty days to claim. Only one ticket will be drawn. WINNERS ARE NATASHA ND JACK #8309537 AND YES WE WILL DO ANOTHER AUGER GIVEAWAY WITH DRAWING DATE OF FEBRUARY 13 WE THANK EVERYONE FOR YOUR SUPPORT

CURRENT CONDITIONS: Lake is 100% capped. Thickness is running 14 to 17 inches. About 4 to 6 inches of new snow from Stoll to points East but nothing dumped on the West end of the Park. No new snow at Suckers Cove and Cross Creek

THE COVID THE PARK THE MARINA UPDATE: We are a licensed grocery store and operate as an essential business with all required protocols in place.


WATER FLOW: 128 CFS IN 153 CFS OUT Water level dropping again -27 cfs. Not to bad.

ICE FISHING TIP OF THE WEEK: Use sharp hooks and fresh line. Always a good policy regardless but Winter takes a beating on your equipment.

SUPPORT THE REPORT: Many thanks to all of you that support our store and business. We love you. Many Many Thanks! We are here for you with a great selection of what works and up to the minute fishing information. AS they say it doesn’t get any fresher than that!

MARINA STORE AND LAKE SPECIALISTS: Camping, Fishing Equipment, Flies, Lures, Bait, Clothing, Food, Snacks, Drinks, Ice Cream and official purveyors of Boars Head brand products. Stop in and find out how we can help you catch. Get a topo map. They say information is gold. It's also critical to catching fish on the ice. The maps have GPS coordinates on them so you just can't miss. We want you to be successful here at the Mile. Get a map we will MARK IT UP with the hot spots. WE ARE HERE FISHING EVERYDAY AND CAN PUT YOU ON THE FISH THE OTHERS ONLY TELL YOU TO GO TO ELEVEN MILE

PIC # 1: Larry and Alex. 8 kokes 1 Cuttbow. The action was hot and heavy from 10:45 to 11:30 on Sunday.

PIC # 2: Kyle had a great day. Just two of many. pic courtesy K. Griffin

PIC # 3: Tallan tags a 4.4lbs with a big smile. Looks like North Shore. pic courtesy of H.Mize

TROUT: GOOD: Reports are that the lake continues to have a decent bite from one end to the other. Timing and location always the key. We have done well from Rocky Flats to Corral Cove and Howbert to Lazy Boy. Pink is hot again but colors do change up through out the day. There are Trout in the deep but more in the shallows form 35 feet to the shore. Some like only three feet of water with a sandy bottom. Tube jigs tipped with meal worm or crawler. You can scent the tubes up. Can’t hurt ut might help. Krocodiles have een a good spoon. Northland Buckshot rattles and of course Kastmasters

We like our 11 Mile Krystal Lazers and tiny Tots. You can almost always catch a fish on one of them. It just depends on the color de jour. Orange has been coming on lately as well as greens both dark and light. If the won’t hit your jig drop down to just the bait.

KOKANEE SALMON: FAIR TO GOOD: It is still ht and miss but that is pretty much how it is here. Although we had a great day on Sunday we did not on Monday. Fishing 58 feet of water the fish ave been up and down the column right down to the bottom. Although we believe in the :jigging machine” with Pop Gear ours only goes down 30 feet and the fish at 50 aren’t coming for that obviously. But on Sunday that were mostly at the 25 to 40 foot depth and hung around for 30 minutes. When things get kokanne crazy you can be knocked out of the game for critical time because one fish causes havoc taking out the others creating a frustrating delay. Many more bites than hook ups to be sure and plenty that got off. Northland BuckShot Rattle and Kastmaster 1/4 oz CDY did the best. Orange crappie rig picked up the ones that were 16 to 20 feet down. Electronics is critical to success. If you have no jigging machine some anglers are finding success with a single blade dodger with 3 or 4 foot leader then your jig. Work it up and down vigoursly to bring them n.

NORTHERN PIKE: GOOD: One of the better seasons continue as reports of steady sightings followed by plenty of rejection and then just like that its game om. With out a doubt the water dog has produced the best so far. Last year they were only mediocre. Every year is different. We like 8 to 12 feet of Water. Rocky Flats to Stoll and points West. Howbert to Witchers Cove. We always see nice ones in Corral Cove. People having success also with whole sucker presented just right and occasional lucky fish on your Trout bait.

SPECIAL NOTE: 11 Mile Marina is located at the North Shore in Eleven Mile State Park, Lake George Colorado. A CPW Park Pass is required on all vehicles entering the Park.  Any fees for Guide/Outfitter/Rental services do not include Park fees, CO fishing license or gratuities.

The WEEKLY FISHING REPORT is produced by fishermen for fishermen. We try to get it done every Thursday but some times fishing or life gets in the way. So if its not there on Thursday morning it will show up by Friday. We appreciate all the support and acknowledge that many of you won't miss a week but every now and then we might. Be Safe. Fish On!

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: No matter the time of year we are always looking for that right person that wants to work. Stop in or email.

Please direct any questions, comments or inquiries to larry@11milemarina.com

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This Fishing Report was submitted on 1/9/2021 4:00:00 AM by Seamus and last updated on 1/22/2021 6:51:04 PM.


4224 County Road 92
Lake George, CO US

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