Kremmling Pond C-46

Description: Three-acre lake with naturally reproducing populations of wild trophy rainbows and brookies that average 17 to 19 inches and have become fat on freshwater shrimp. Ideal for belly boating or a small boat. Wading and bank fishing difficult.

Location: The pond is located 6.4 miles northeast of Kremmling, just over 2 hours from Denver.

Capacity: Limited to 4 anglers.

To make a reservation call 303-421-6239 or 1-800-524-1814.

Rate Notes:

Rates:
Weekday
Adult
$75.00
Weekday
Adult 1/2 Day
Weekday
Adult Aftn.
NA
Weekday
Child
NP
Weekday
Youth
NA
Weekday
Youth 1/2 Day
Weekday
Youth Aftn.
NA
Weekend
Adult
$75.00
Weekend
Adult 1/2 Day
Weekend
Adult Aftn.
NA
Weekend
Child
NP
Weekend
Youth
NA
Weekend
Youth 1/2 Day
Weekend
Youth Aftn.
NA

Property Log Book Comments

Joe Bobinis and his friend and I thought we’d try a spring fling on the pig pond… Not.  First we arrived right after a snow storm, it was 22 degrees but sunny, felt like 40 degrees (You gents who’ve been there after a bit of moisture know what’s coming…) We clean the boat, launch my canoe. We used droppers (mysis, midges, nymphs, etc.) and several types of streamers (buggers, tube streamers, etc.) Nothing in the morning, we thought it was too cold, they stayed deep. Then after lunch the action picked up, black and olive streamers. We had a number of large (6 most over 20”) fish on the line, all fought like I’ve never seen them at the pond, but none to the hand. Then it was time to leave… You know the rest. I’ll post a picture of Joe’s Hummer (thank god for locking hubs!) to the Facebook page. I think going forward, we'll stick to lazy days of summer - Tight Lines. ~ George Schmidt -- May 10th, 2013


I got to the pond at around 1100 the road down to the pond is in great shape very easy for my truck to handle. I saw some risers throughout the day but they had no interest in my hopper. I fished a black slump buster most of the day had several tugs but only landed one, I say landed, but this fish would not fit in my net at all, I tried to pick her up just to big. When I finally did this rainbow must have been 27" and at least 15 pounds. When I went to release her she dropped eggs all over. I got her revived and back safe and happy so you guys can go after her again. There are a lot of weeds in the pond so fish the channels in between the weeds. Great place lots of big fish!! ~ Chef -- August 29th, 2012


Sunny, blue sky, and no wind. Fished from 10 AM to 2:30 PM. Three takes, all on RS2s dropped beneath a hopper and beetle. Lost the first two, landed the third -- a 32-inch rainbow, the largest trout I've caught outside of New Zealand. Thick and powerful, nearly too large for the net. Took a size 20 gray RS2 behind a beetle. Fish were sipping only in the middle of the lake. Steady midge hatch for most of the day. Zero interest in the dries and nothing on the streamers. RS2 is the magic fly this time of year. Sometimes a one-fish day is a good day after all. ~ Ted Simendinger -- October 2nd, 2011


WOW these fish are huge, but really hard to land. They seemed to like the hopper and the black bugger. Good calibaetis hatch all day but really hard to match. ~ Chef -- August 29th, 2011


“Wow, they don’t call Kremmling Pond the “Pig Farm” for nothing… Joe Bobinis (member) and I arrived around 9am, fished between the fast moving thunderstorms till about 2:30pm or so. Beautiful day (except for the T-storms) with a very light breeze. We stayed mostly on the Dam side of the pond and leveraged the row boat. We caught 4 fish, all rainbows on the day. I caught a 16-17 incher on a wooley bugger, Joe caught two very nice 20+ incher’s both on hoppers I think. I caught a PIG of a fish, 8lbs or more and 25+ inches on a bead-head with a green feather tail – my biggest Trout ever (sent pictures to RMA). Used 3X leader and 4X tippet. Would recommend high-ground 4X4 when visiting, if you get caught in a storm – you won’t get out till it dries possibly even with it. The Mud is gooey, sticky and slippery. Great day, nice fish, good company.” ~ George Schmidt -- August 17th, 2011


Display All Log Book Entries