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Key – The Middle Fork and its Tributaries (Montgomery Reservoir to Hartsel)

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1. Middle Fork above Montgomery Reservoir – Very scenic pocket water fishing for brookies up to 12 inches. Stream is small and brushy with many cascades and plunge pools. Access on foot, mountain bike or 4WD vehicle (only) above the inlet of Montgomery Reservoir.

2. Alma State Wildlife Area – Four miles of public (Division of Wildlife) stream along CR 4 between Montgomery Reservoir and Alma. Resident browns and brookies (6- to 15-inch) in the river and beaver ponds. The stream channel is small, brushy and sinuous.

3. Beaver Creek – Small brushy stream and beaver ponds with small brookies. Several miles of public water in

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Jefferson Lake Recreation Area is a fee area managed by concessionaire located northwest of Jefferson off US Highway 285.  It is a popular area for camping, picnicking, fishing, and hiking.  There are a number of campgrounds available, but none are located directly on Jefferson Lake.  For backpacking and day hiking, the Colorado Trail passes through the area on its way to Georgia Pass and the Jefferson Lake and Jefferson Loop trails also offer day hikers options for long or short walks.

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