Fishing Club

Fishing Season (April 1 – September 30) in Colorado at Rocky Ridge Sporting and Conservation Club

Download 2016 Fishing Bylaws and Application

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Only a one hour drive from Denver and just five miles north of Fort Collins.

A bit about Rocky Ridge Fishing Club:

Convenient easy access from Interstate-25 (I-25), close to an hour from these front range cities and states, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Fort Collins, Denver, Littleton, Thornton, Arvada, Golden, Greeley, Longmont, Boulder, Loveland, Cheyenne, and Laramie.

Rocky Ridge Fishing Club is located on a 300-acre, private reservoir, five miles north of Fort Collins, Colorado. Rocky Ridge reservoir maintains a locked entrance and is in a secluded and picturesque setting surrounded by abundant wildlife. Guided and unguided fishing trips are available at our private fishing club. The club is open to the public by reservation only.

We have had a successful stocking program since 1990. The lake has a healthy population of walleye, Donaldson Steelhead Trout, Kamloop Rainbow and perch. We also have caught some catfish, crappie, and small mouth bass. The lake has a healthy food source and the water level generally remains high throughout the season. The fishing season runs from April 1 through the end of September. A concrete boat ramp and plenty of parking are available. Currently we are accepting a maximum of 35 members per fishing season, and all memberships will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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Rocky Ridge Fishing Club Membership

Please refer to the Rocky Ridge 2015 Fishing Bylaws and Application for pricing and regulations.

(Limited Memberships Available)

1. Catch limits imposed.

2. State Fishing license needed.

3. Safe boating practices enforced, please bring your own boat.

4. The season runs from approximately April 1st through September 30th, or the day prior to the first day of waterfowl hunting.

5. You can fish from sunrise to sunset, seven days a week.

6. No overnight camping is allowed for fishing members.

7. You must read and submit your application using the Rocky Ridge Fishing Club Membership Bylaws.

8. Proof of insurance is required for membership.

For more information about the Fishing Club Membership at Rocky Ridge, click here to contact us.

Testimonials

“I have enjoyed coming out to Rocky Ridge lake immensely. Just the wild life viewing and seclusion of the area is enough for me to relax and enjoy the time to myself or with my friends. Catching Walleye and Steelhead Trout is icing on the cake. Thank you for helping create such a great outdoor recreational experience.”
— Alan Caldwell, Fort Collins, CO
“You have a great setup. The fantastic fishing, wildlife viewing and unique topography of the Rocky Ridge area has been a wonderful experience for me and my guests. It’s nice to have a lake that makes me feel like it’s my own personal retreat.”
— Tim Saltanstall, Fort Collins, CO

Mike, I caught this nice 23.5 inch steelhead it fought for about 20 minutes, I don’t have the exact date, but your man on the lake was putting the buoy’s in for the waterskiing course. Talk to you soon and thanks again for the membership.                                                                                                                                                                 –Sean Gregory

“We wanted to let you know that you and your staff at Rocky Ridge have provided us with a great opportunity to build positive and stronger personal relationships with our valued employees, business clients and friends. The time spent in the field and on the water has proven invaluable and there is never a dull moment. Thanks again for providing such a great outdoor experience.”
— Raymond Breer, Nu Steel Corp, Denver, CO