One of the most popular sports for wildlife enthusiasts is hunting, and the Colorado natural elements and landscape give a great backdrop and setting for hunters to enjoy. However with limited tags and licenses and competition for the best spots, you need a little bit of strategy to help you out. Do I Need A […]
FAQ for Private Fishing in Colorado Of the many fun activities you can find in Colorado, fishing is one of the most popular. From family events to solitary enjoyment, it’s a versatile hobby that many find relaxing and exciting. Colorado especially is known for it’s great fishing locations, with amazing lakes and ponds to cast […]
Fishing with Project Healing Waters Last weekend, Bar Star Ranch had the honor of hosting Project Healing Waters at the Lake. Project Healing Waters is a national nonprofit that is “dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and […]
Ingalls Family Angus herd recognized with a Century Award during the National Angus Convention.
Everyone here at Bar Star Ranch wants to wish you and your family a magical holiday season and happy New Year.
The lake is fishing at its full potential and it is not uncommon to land more than a dozen fish in the 20″-28″ range in an afternoon on the water. The fish are feeding aggressively on both large dry patterns (grasshoppers, stimulators, and foam terrestrials), as well as scud, large chironomid pupa, and beadhead rainbow warriors dropped off the back.
Hunting in the South Park Valley during archery and muzzle load season this year was considered to be slower than past years likely due to record breaking warm temperatures. Even though it was warm, Tarryall Outfitters successfully harvested two spike elk and two buck mule deer.