Mineral County Colorado Fishing Lakes

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Lakes in Mineral County Colorado

Place USGS Topo Map
Alberta Park Reservoir Wolf Creek Pass
Archuleta Lake South River Peak
Arrowhead Lake Pagosa Peak
Baldy Lake Workman Creek
Beaver Lake Pagosa Peak
Big Meadows Reservoir Mount Hope
Big Ruby Reservoir Little Squaw Creek
Borns Lake Saddle Mountain
Bristol Head Reservoir Number 1 Pole Creek Mountain
Bristol Head Reservoir Number 2 Bristol Head
Broadacre Lake Reservoir Creede
Crystal Lake Baldy Cinco
Fourmile Lake Pagosa Peak
Fuchs Reservoir Little Squaw Creek
Ghost Lake Bristol Head
Goose Lake South River Peak
Goose Reservoir South River Peak
Hatcher Lakes Saddle Mountain
Hay Press Lake Lake Humphreys
Hunter Reservoir Mount Hope
Hunters Lake Mount Hope
Jumper Creek Reservoir Workman Creek
Jumper Lake Workman Creek
Lake Humphreys Lake Humphreys
Lakeman Lakes Bristol Head
Little Goose Lake South River Peak
Love Lake Workman Creek
Love Lake Finger Mesa
Lower Homestake Tailings Pond Creede
Meadow Lake Reservoir Workman Creek
Meadow Reservoir Baldy Cinco
Metroz Lake Beaver Creek Reservoir
Metroz Reservoir Beaver Creek Reservoir
Metroz Reservoir Mount Hope
Monument Lake Palomino Mountain
Pass Creek Lake Mount Hope
Quien Sabe Lake Pagosa Peak
Rainbow Lake Pagosa Peak
Rock Lake Wolf Creek Pass
Rock Lakes Saddle Mountain
Rod and Gun Club Lake Saddle Mountain
Santa Maria Reservoir Bristol Head
Seepage Lake Bristol Head
Shaw Lake Mount Hope
Sowards Reservoir Number 4 Workman Creek
Spotted Lake South River Peak
Spruce Lake Number 1 Mount Hope
Spruce Lake Number 2 Mount Hope
Spruce Lakes Mount Hope
Streams Lake Workman Creek
T Lazy T Reservoir Saddle Mountain
Tucker Ponds Wolf Creek Pass
Turkey Creek Lake Pagosa Peak
Upper Fourmile Lake Pagosa Peak
Upper Homestake Tailings Pond Creede
Wee Ruby Reservoir Little Squaw Creek
Window Lake Palomino Mountain

Above is a map and a list of the lakes in Mineral County, Colorado. Many are open to public fishing. If you see a lake name that is duplicated, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topographical map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.