Some ice is previously reported near shallow inlets

by Colorado Parks & Wildlife

Boating Status: “December 1, 2022 - February 28, 2023: The ANS Station/Boat Ramp will be open only to boats with green seals from Navajo State Park, Colorado; by appointment only and if staffing is available. Please call 970-883-2208 at least 24 hours in advance during Visitors Center business hours to make an appointment to launch.”

ANS: None- Inspection Hours 8am-4pm, please call (970) 880-4165 if outside of these hours Water Temperature: 45o

Ice: Some ice is previously reported near shallow inlets- but not to the capacity where it can support ice fishing- Always verify prior to visit- conditions susceptible to change

Notes: There is currently no fuel available at the marina; pump-out services are also unavailable. Navajo is bisected by the New Mexico/Colorado border, so be sure to check restrictions and license requirements for both states- for any questions pertaining to the lake within the New Mexico border, please call (505) 632-2278.

More Reports

Colorado Parks & Wildlife Reports
for Monday, December 12th, 2022

Antero Reservoir: 6lb. Cutbow
Aurora Reservoir: No Ice Currently on Aurora
Chatfield Reservoir: Chatfield Reservoir Report
Cherry Creek Reservoir: Predominantly open water no ice to support ice fishing is present
Quincy Reservoir: Closed for the season
Spinney Mountain Reservoir: The Park is closed for the season as of November 15
Boyd Lake: White Bass reports are good
John Martin Reservoir: John Martin Reservoir Report

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