General Information: McCall Lake is a 35 acre impoundment offering great shoreline access for fishing. Anglers can expect to catch bass, crappie, bluegill, catfish, wiper, and trout. The lake is primarily used for irrigation to city parks under the Longmont Supply Ditch. During drought periods water is exchanged for other water used at the water treatment plants and delivered through the Longmont Supply Ditch. McCall Lake is open to the general public and there is no entry fee.
Location: 7 miles west of I-25 on Hwy 66, or 3 miles east of Lyons on Hwy 66.
Amenities: Primitive restroom, good shoreline access, parking on north and west sides of lake.
Rules & Regulations:
Fishing: A State of Colorado fishing license is required. The daily trout limit is 4, minimum length for crappie is 10 inches, minimum length for bass is 15 inches. Ice fishing is prohibited.
Lake Hours are one hour before sunrise until one hour after sunset.
No kayaks, carry-on boats, watercraft, inner tubes, or swimming are permitted.
Multi-chambered belly boats are allowed.
Dogs must be leashed where posted.
Open containers of alcohol are prohibited.
Camping or building fires prohibited.
Hunting and firearms are restricted.
Do not damage property, facilities or the natural environment.
Ice skating is prohibited.
For Additional Information please call Longmont Water Utilities 303-651-8376