Can you fish in Quincy Reservoir? Quincy Reservoir is near Cherry Creek. The most popular species caught here are Largemouth bass, Rainbow trout, and Smallmouth bass. 3017 catches are logged on Fishbrain. Please use your best judgement when determining where you can fish, and make sure you follow local regulations.
Quincy Reservoir has the following amenities based off of 57 reviews left by our users.
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According to our data, anglers at Quincy Reservoir are mostly reeling in Largemouth bass using the following fishing gear.
Quincy has a lot to offer the urban bass angler. There are many different types of water to cover and many points extending into the main lake. As an added bonus there are no large boats allowed, which makes it nice for a kayak angler trying not to get Tossed around by the waves. The $10.00 entry fee is a little hefty but if you’ve got the day it’s alright.
Good water in parts of the west side and up further north of the lake but very marshy this time of year and lower waters
Quincy reservoir was absolutely teeming with life, as we had many bites and lander quite a few fish for just a 5 hr trip! My dad got 13 perch and a wicked 5lb largemouth, my friend landed 9 perch, and I landed a nice 3 lb smallie! Best if you have a kayak, as you can get to nice drop offs where fish like to kick it! awesome bass and perch fishing!
Tough fishing from the shore here but can still manag to catch one here and there
I've always lived right across the street from here. It's nice to go walk around and bank fish, or take out a kayak. Definitely some nice large mouth in there, but the weeds are outrageous. Topwater or Texas rigs seem to do the trick. $10 entry fee, if you have an annual pass to Aurora it's good here and vice versa. Good luck!