Can you fish in McKay Lake? McKay Lake is near Broomfield. The most popular species caught here are Largemouth bass, Black crappie, and Bluegill. 1387 catches are logged on Fishbrain. Please use your best judgement when determining where you can fish, and make sure you follow local regulations.
McKay Lake has the following amenities based off of 45 reviews left by our users.
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According to our data, anglers at McKay Lake are mostly reeling in Largemouth bass using the following fishing gear.
Beautiful water and views
Great Bass Lake if you have patience
Can be slow at times but if you get on the fish, you get on them
Last time I went here two cars got broken into in BROAD DAYLIGHT so don’t trust this spot…
For the dude who wrote the review, too many people keeping big bass has hurt the lake. Has no idea what he’s talking about. This lake has WAY to many bass in it. They need some pike or muskee in here to kill some of the bass so the crappie and bluegill can get bigger. Or need to lower the 15 inch limit and get some of those bass out of there.
Patience and determination...you'll do well