The reservoirs don't offer fishing licenses, kindly plan forward and get a license ahead of time at an area sporting goods shop. In Aurora, fishing permits can be purchased at Gander Mountain, Big Five, Sports Authority, K-Mart, Wal-Mart or Valley Country Bait & Tackle. Annual fishing licenses continue purchase in mid-March. For more information, or even to purchase a fishing permit on the web, see Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
Aurora and Quincy Reservoirs are stocked by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Contact the Aurora Reservoir at 303-326-8444 for the newest fishing problems.
Quincy Reservoir Bag & Possession Limits
(Open seasonally March - October)
(Fishing by synthetic Flies & Lures JUST)
2 - Trout any dimensions
5 - Largemouth / Smallmouth Bass 18 ins or longer (in aggregate)
1 - Tiger Muskie 40 ins or much longer
20 - Yellow Perch
20 - Crappie
NOTE: Quincy Reservoir is open March 1 - Oct. 31.
What's a "bag" restriction? Just how is-it different from "possession" limit?
Colorado Division of Parks & Wildlife describes case restriction as the optimum few fish you can easily take in daily, no matter what you are doing together that time. Ownership limit means the maximum number of fish allowed whenever you want including on the go, while moving, in the home or other places of storage space.
You can share or share everything get, but it should be to people with a fishing permit who's not caught and held their restriction. The seafood matters to the bag and ownership limitation of the individual just who caught the fish and also to the person its distributed to. Maintain your fishery healthier by obeying case and ownership restrictions.