Looking for the best place In Denver to go kayak fishing? The options are endless. Here are our three favorite and most kayak friendly lakes in the Denver metro region.
- Quincy Reservoir (City of Aurora Pass Required). Quincy reservoir is the most opportune place to land a bass from your new kayak. Open to electric only boats, you won’t have to worry about wakes or other recreational boats wizzing past you.
- Bear Creek Lake Park (Lakewood Parks Pass Required). Although tough fishing recently, Bear Creek Lake Park is a great place to paddle and try your luck at the elusive Saugeye. This is also a no-wake lake but you’ll occasionally catch a boat out there with an outboard. Get there early or later in the afternoon to avoid the crowd.
- Arvada Reservoir (City of Arvada Parks Pass Required). We also love Arvada Reservoir for kayak fishing because you can hook up with atleast 3-4 species on a typical day. Smallmouth, walleye, and surprisingly trout are all active. Plus, another electric only boat reservoir.
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