Rob Roy Reservoir

Description

Rob Roy is a 500 acre reservoir located west of Laramie in the Snowy Range (Medicine Bow National Forest) with a NFS camp ground, boat ramp, and Day Use Area. At 9,000 ft in elevation this reservoir is a popular fishing, water recreation, camping, hunting and ATV location during the summer. Stocked with brown, rainbow, and brooke trout as well as kokanee salmon you have some options for all. Don’t forget to hit up Douglas creek that flows in and out of Rob Roy for some excellent fly fishing opportunists.

Location and Directions

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Recent Reports

Fair to GoodRob Roy ReservoirSnowy Range Lakes & StreamsWyoming

Rob Roy

Fishing is fair to good. Flies: Streamers, Leeches, Mosquitos, Gnats Griffiths, Caddis Bait and Lures: Large Nightcrawlers, red worms, Rapalas (fire tiger, brook trout, rainbow), Rebel Crawfish, Daredevil (red/white, black/white, frog), Roostertails (rainbow, brown)
June 26, 2020
Fair to GoodRob Roy ReservoirSnowy Range Lakes & StreamsWyoming

Rob Roy Reservoir 9/6/19

Fishing is Fair to Good Kokanee are still silver from most reports, lots of nice trout this last week. Flies:  Wooly Buggers (Brown, Olive), Midges (olive, red, pearl), Scuds ( FB olive, FB Orange, FB Rust) Lures: Wedding Rings (Chartruse, Pink) Kastmaster (Green, Blue, Silver) Bait:  Worms, Leeches, PowerBait (Chartruese, Pink, Rainbow) 
September 6, 2019
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