04-17-2006, 11:51 AM
Has anyone fished or heard any recent reports of the lake level and walleye fishing at Hawk Springs. I would imagine the water should be approaching 50 degress and fishing should start to really pick up. Any reports or advice would be apreciated.
How about the water level at Grayrocks also? Is it a lost cause or going to rebound this year?
04-19-2006, 11:16 AM
What, did these lakes fall off the face of the earth? I swear, getting reports for walleye fishing at these two lakes is almost immpossible.
04-19-2006, 11:47 AM
Hawk Springs is approaching 50 degrees. 15' - 18' of water off the dam, a little murky. No pre-spawn bite that anybody I know of got into. Deepest water 23'. Boat ramp dock is in. Wind is blowing 60 mph. Have fun!!
04-19-2006, 01:24 PM
Made 1 trip to Hawk Springs this spring. Picked up one 17" walleye at the north end of the dam in 15 ft with jig and crawler. I was very discouraged on the # of fish graphed! Very few!! I will not waste my time there again this year. Talked to the Warden out there and said the fishing has been miserable! Is the G&F keeping it stocked????
04-24-2006, 11:39 AM
Grayrocks is not even half full all the ramps are high and dry, there is only water east of main ramp nothing to the west.
05-04-2006, 07:20 PM
Where is the best walleye fishing in Wyoming?
05-05-2006, 06:19 AM
Hmmm, Glendo, Seminoe, Boysen, Keyhole are all pretty decent lakes for 'eyes. The guy I bought my boat from, in SD, comes to Wyoming to fish. That should tell ya something.
With the price of gas, I would have to say closer is probably better fishing.
05-05-2006, 12:21 PM
If you want the cahnce at a trophy sizr fish and I'm talking over 12 pounds with potential of fish in the state record class, try out Seminoe in June and July. Most years, at least a couple 15 pounders come from here. This is a very big reservoir but if you locate walleyes, hold on. I have done very well also fishing Glendo for "pan sixed fish" Lots of 17-20 inchers with occasional 8 or 9 ponder. Never fished Boyson or Keyhole, but hear good things on them. I live in Sinclair, 20 miles from Seminoe and can vouch it to be an excellent fishery.