Lon Hagler Reservoir Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Lon Hagler Reservoir is a 100-acre impoundment in the rolling foothills southwest of Loveland. Key Species: Tiger muskie, rainbow trout, wiper, largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, yellow perch.
With 55,000 10-inch rainbows stocked each year, this is the place for old-fashioned family fishing. Use a worm and bobber, salmon eggs, PowerBait, spinners, or flies early in the year and catch your limit. The same goes for the lake’s numerous varieties of panfish. For the predatory tiger muskie, throw big top-water plugs baited with sucker meat and reel it in. For largemouth bass, cast near subsurface trees or weed beds with buzz bait, popper bugs, Hula Frogs, and rubber worms behind spinners."