Fishing at Lake Granby, Colorado
Granby Lake has a long history of fisheries management dating back to just after 1949 when the reservoir was created. Like most reservoirs, 7280-acre Granby was very productive in its early stages. Both kokanee salmon and rainbows were planted around 1951 and lake trout were planted in 1961, and the fish thrived. Adding to the mix, Mysis shrimp were planted in Granby in 1971. Planted to be a food source for the salmon, researchers eventually discovered that the kokanee salmon didn’t eat Mysis shrimp except in rare incidences, but the shrimp did eat the zooplankton that the salmon preferred. Once an extremely productive lake for kokanee salmon, Granby is now managed as a trophy lake trout fishery. But without salmon, you’re not going to have giant lake trout.
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