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Grape Creek - Bear Gulch

Grape Creek is a major stream that drains the majority of the Wet Mountain Valley in south central Colorado. Bear Gulch one of a few access areas to this creek. Water flow through the area is controlled upstream by DeWeese Reservoir. The Colorado Division of Wildlife and BLM are working with the irrigation company to provide managed flows that will enhance Grape Creek's fishery. The reservoir controls the creek's flow and maintains a steady volume most of the year. This lower elevation area is best fished in the spring, early summer and fall seasons.

Grape Creek Bear Gulch


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Directions - 58 miles - 1 Hour 28 Minutes

  1. From Angler's Covey head east to I-25, go 1.4 miles
  2. Take I-25 S, go 5.6 miles
  3. Turn right on S Academy Blvd, go 1.8 miles
  4. Turn left on CO-115 S, go 29.6 miles to Penrose
  5. Turn right on US-50 W towards Canyon City, go 11 miles 
  6. Turn Left at S 9th St, go 102 ft
  7. Turn first right onto Elm Ave, go .3 miles
  8. Take first left onto Co Rd 143 / Oar Creek Grade Rd, go 13.7 miles
  9. Turn right att Access Rd 6227 Bear Gulch, go 4.1 miles

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