Rocky Lake - Colorado

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Rocky Lake

Spring is in the air! What better time to grab your fishing tackle and take a trip out to the magnificent Lake Rocky? This enchanting place located in the National Wildlife Park is every Trout catcher’s paradise! Surrounded by the pristine wilderness of majestic coniferous forests, this lake is one of the few remaining unspoiled natural areas in the state. Indeed, Rocky Lake offers the peace, charm and tranquility that make up the perfect atmosphere for an ultimate fishing getaway.

Requirements and fees

Accessible from level 8
Travel fee 240 credits
Fishing fee 10 credits / day

(Prices available if your Home State is Missouri. If you change that, see Set Home State section.)

Licenses

Term Basic License Advanced License
MUST BE RELEASED: Rainbow Trout, Cutthroat Trout
MUST BE TAKEN: no restrictions
PROHIBITED SPECIES: no restrictions
MUST BE RELEASED: no restrictions
MUST BE TAKEN: no restrictions
PROHIBITED SPECIES: no restrictions
Available from level 8 9
1 day 40 credits 60 credits
3 days 100 credits 150 credits
Week 160 credits 240 credits
Month 600 credits 900 credits
Unlimited 1500 credits 2250 credits

Season

Spring

Starting points

Ferntastic Fishing
Ferntastic Fishing

Take a day off to go fishing on the shores of one of Colorado’s most secluded natural lakes - Lake Rocky. Surrounded by scenic wildlife, the lake’s cool and shady northern bank offers a splendid fishing spot with a magnificent view of snow-covered mountain peaks. Make your way through the shamrock-green fern thickets to step out onto the gradually sloping bank with a weedy area close to the shoreline to discover a marvelous location, perfect for catching some Rainbow Trout and Black Crappie. After all, it’s spring! So relax and listen to the merry chirping of birds as you spend the day angling in a majestically serene atmosphere of nature’s awakening.








Trout Galore
Trout Galore

Take a picturesque walk along the main trail and progress further down south to reach yet another delightfully scenic fishing spot with a magnificent overlook area. Feast all your senses as you gaze at the surrounding pristine woods and majestic mountain ranges, standing in their overwhelming stillness complemented by translucent blue skies and a fresh spring breeze. Here, where the rocky shore steeply descends into the lake’s cool depth, you’ll find some large boulders protruding from the water’s mirror-like surface - a sure sign of trout lurking nearby... So make yourself comfortable on this promising fishing spot surrounded by beautiful pine trees as you spend the day catching numerous Cutthroat Trout and Panfish.







Resident species