Fishing at Windsor Lake
  • The Windsor Lake is generally stocked with Yellow Perch Fingerling, Blue Gill, Channel Catfish and Trout.
  • Fishing is allowed year-round when ice is not present. Absolutely no fishing off the dock or on the swim beach.
  • Night fishing is allowed on the west side of Windsor Lake from the south end of the parking lot on Hwy 257 north to the inlet bridge of the lake only.
  • Fisherman must actively attend their line in the water.
  • A valid fishing license is required.

  • All state regulations apply.
  • Fishing on Windsor Lake is governed by the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife. For information on Colorado fishing license and for rules and regulations call (800) 244-5613, or (303) 297-1192, or visit the Colorado Division of Parks Wildlife.
  • View the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife Interactive Fishing Brochure!

Ingestion of untreated agricultural water such as Windsor Lake carries an inherent risk of possible exposure to pathogenic organisms.  Individuals who have been ill are asked to refrain from entering the water.

Swim diapers are requested for use with young children and are available at the concession stand.