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blue mesa Fishing Report Live Fishing Report Blue Mesa


June 30th 2010- Rockin and Rollin!!

Decent night bite with pics of a 6' 5" giant catching 4 year kokes(no 20lbers). It's still happening- the pattern is changing

Blue Mesa Fishing Guide Kokanee
Blue Mesa Fishing Guide Kokanee

Blue Mesa Fishing Guide Kokanee

June 30th 2010- Rockin and Rollin!!

Had Mike, Frank and their two lovely wives out today for a kokanee chase. We chased and picked for a half day and worked hard. 14 in the boat- some trout mixed in and 7 lost- not bad but the pattern is changing. I will let ya know when it stabilizes for me. A decent pic from others at the fillet station today but no annihilation on this side of the lake. The one thing I can tell you is keep fishing 11am to 2pm- you will catch. I haven't heardanything from Cebolla or Iola but I haven't asked. There are still good fish here so come on over and play chess.

Blue Mesa Fishing Guide Kokanee

June 29th 2010- Rockin and Rollin!!

We had Jon and Luke out today to chase kokes and they were there to catch- 28 fish landed, 12 lost- 20 kokes, 8 trout- I'm really happy about this season, and so were they- thanks guys!- it was my pleasure to have you aboard!- pics are up at bluemesafishing.com- go to report!

Blue Mesa Fishing Guide Kokanee

June 27th 2010- Still Happening!

Morning session- repeat with 20+ kokes- released them all. Monday: non-fishing related activities so look for us on Tues- Pray for the extended pattern!

Blue Mesa Fishing Guide Kokanee

June 26th 2010- Still Happening!

Great crew today- insane trip- 28+ kokes and mixed bag

Blue Mesa Fishing Guide Kokanee

June 26th 2010- Great Crew... Great trip 28 kokes!

June 25th 2010

June 25th 2010

June 25th 2010

Red hot night bite- kick butt moring bite- 3 colors- reds and yellows at Lake Fork- Cebolla is slow and Iola is up and down- pics are at bluemesafishing.com- click on report!

Blue Mesa Fishing Guide Kokanee
Blue Mesa Fishing Guide Kokanee

Blue Mesa Fishing Guide Kokanee

June 24th 2010

Slow morning up lake- insane bite down lake in the evening- right place right temp- 3 colors all day long! Pics some day soon- need sleep!

June 23rd 2010

We're back on and the salmon fishing is on from Lkae Fork to Iola- 14- 19 fow pending on water temp and gang busters! 20 fish landed today 10 lost- Pics will be up soon.

June 20th 2010

Two days off. We're off to maintain the boat and do some non-fishing related activities. But- you can guess the fishing will continue to be red hot as the water warms- and prolly until the full moon. So start planning your trip to get 'em while it's really hot. All of our trips have been putting kokes in the boat with a great mixed bag as well. Plenty of 2 year olds out there so the future of kokes looks great. We'll see ya again on Wednesday for non-stop fishing and reports with pics straight through to jigging season Also, Blue Mesa Fishing will be awarding 3 free jigging trips to faithful watchers starting in July. Keep tuned to find out how you can get a seat on a jigging trip of a lifetime!!

June 18th 2010

Report: Get out here and catch biting kokanee- it's happening!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

June 17th 2010

June 17th 2010

Red hot today for mixed trout with a decent pick of Kokanee Gail force winds has slowed to big koke bite but there are enough 3 and 2 yr olds to keep it interesting. The bite is happening first light to about 10pm then BLOWING wind from the northwest. We had the Deal party out today and rocked 'em. 20+ fish with a grand slam! Good fishing should continue and get ready for calm days!! E-chips have been pulling their weight in gold so try a couple along with the usual suspects.

June 16th 2010

Cleaning station was bloody today- get out here.

June 12th 2010

It's getting real good at Cebolla to Stevens. Need I say more? Pics will be coming- hang with me a few more days folks

June 11th 2010

Kokes are heating up and Captain Dave and Turnip as well other associated clowns are getting near limits in Cebolla. The usual suspects are catching so don't reinvent the wheel- just get out there early and catch. I'm just getting back from the beach and stripers to 30lbs were hot. I'll post pics soon and we now have internet in the middle of nowhere, so the full report with pics will be up soon.- get to catching!

June 09th 2010

Well, the excitement has been hot and cold. Captain Dave has been picking away and some anglers are doing better that others, but with OK consistency. The windows are short and it's always happening somewhere, but remember, the lake is rising fast and the muddy water is coming in at all tributaries. It can happen for you but you have to fish- try the classic spots with red, green and glown Arnies- then improv from there. We got into big stripes today on the ocean and will have pics up soon. Also, we have internet at Lake Fork now- (3 weeks to get it running) so pics will back as well as the live cam and a daily weather update- stay posted!!!!!!!!!!

June 6th 2010

Turnip and the bomb squad were out yesterday and found 'em again in Cebolla- 15 kokes landed, many missed and 4 were big fat bloated 4 year olds- no pics yet, we'll update later with todays catch!

June 5th 2010

Captain Dave nailed 'em today east of elk creek. This guy is dialing the kokes in and the water temps are cooperating. It's on- if you Love catching kokes- get over here! YEAH!!

June 4th 2010

Captain Dave is at it again. Casting up browns was hot and cold so Dave went for the kokes and got 'em. He says it's a massive improvement, though still shaky. 7 kokes total with many being nice 4 year olds- Good Work Dave! He wouldn't let us reveal his spot- but here's a hint- try 1 or two miles either side or elk creek marina!

June 3rd 2010

Well folks there is a new weekend upon us and Blue Mesa Fishing's crew will be working hard and I will deliver the up-to-date reports. Captain Dave found a few kokes at Steven's Creek yesterday, but there periods of slow fishing and wind. There will be a big force out today and tomorrow in Lake Fork so catch up with us to see if was good. As I said earlier, the Captain is taking a vacation to chase huge stripers off the coast of NJ and NY. We will be ocean kyaking and hopefully hooking up with fish up to 40lb- business as usual. Click on this link to Check out these pics from last year.

Big Stripers.

If you're interested in something like this- send an email- I'll head ya in the right direction.
Lastly..... we have internet up at Lkae Fork FINALLY. So the pics will follow shortly with the FULL report!

We'll talk to ya soon!

June 2nd 2010

Fishing is still hot and cold with a few anglers rocking it and others trying and coming up short. Captain Dave was out yesterday with a trip and rocked the browns. Trolling was slow, a few lakers caught by bait- but browns were hot late morning on rocky banks. It'll be hot or miss but you could be the one to hit!

June 1st 2010

Well fishing is mixed around the lake with nothing too hot here or there. There has been hot and cold koke reports from Steven's creek, slow kokes at Lake Fork, and medium level kokes at Cebolla mouth- but again nothing too notable. Some big lakers have been caught trolling koke imitaions and dunking. The brown trout are moving deeper and many can be found mixed in with small lakers at 40 to 60 over 150fow in most parts of the lake. As for the reports, I am really having a hard time with the satellite internet out at Lake Fork, but a few hundred dollars and a week of work should have it running this week for up to the minute reports. But, expect this: we have heavy run off now. The lake is filling fast with muddy water and clarity is an issue. This will effect consistent fishing for a week or two with trolling becoming slowly more productive, but in small windows. I drove to Creste Butte yesterday and the snow pack is huge, and run off is high and heavy- it's gonna take awhile. So don't expect too much red hot action. If you're interested in a half day trolling trip or casting for browns at a light-core level book a trip. As for me, the captain is going to take a vacation for about a week and get the thoughts of laughing lakers out of my head and let the lake settle a bit and clean up- maybe!!! Captain Dave is fishing gull time and taking all charters in my absence. Also, Turnip, the bomb squad, my guide-friends ans associated clowns will be fishing steady, and I will update with their info every other day. So keep it here- it's only gonna get better and yes, we will be having kokes for dinner all week!!

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