Fishing in Highlands Ranch

Grab your fishing pole and visit any of the convenient fishing holes in our community. While fishing in Highlands Ranch, visitors must adhere to the state fishing regulations. Click the link below to view the fishing regulations.


Redstone Park Pond

3280 Redstone Park Cir.

Fish Species Stocking schedule
Channel Catfish
Largemouth Bass
Bluegill
Fathead Minnows
Rainbow Trout
June and September

Directions: Redstone Park Pond is located on Town Center Dr., accessible by Lucent Blvd. to the east and Santa Fe Dr. to the west. Enter Redstone Park at its eastern-most entrance off Town Center Dr., and park in the lot closest to the playground area. The pond can be found just east of the playground.


Cheese Ranch Historic & Natural Area

9191 Sugarstone Cir.

Fish species Stocking schedule
Channel Catfish
Largemouth Bass
Bluegill
Fathead Minnows
Grass Carp
June and September

Directions: The pond at Cheese Ranch Historic & Natural Area is tucked into a neighborhood north of University and south of Gleneagles Village Pkwy. To find the pond, take Crossointe Dr. north from University and turn right on Sugarstone Cir. Park along Sugarstone Cir. and walk to Cheese Ranch Historic & Natural Area via one of two trail spurs accessible along Sugarstone Cir.


Fly’n B Pond

2910 W. Plaza Dr.

Fish species Stocking schedule
Channel Catfish
Black Crappie
Green Sunfish
Bluegill
Pumpkinseed
Largemouth Bass
June and September

Directions: Fly’n B Park is located in the northwestern part of Highlands Ranch along Plaza Dr., one mile west of Lucent Blvd. next to the Windcrest retirement community. The pond at Fly’n B Park features a pier and fishing dock from which anglers can cast their line.


Spring Gulch Pond

Fish species
Largemouth Bass
Channel Catfish
Black Crappie
Bluegill
Green Sunfish

Directions: Spring Gulch Pond is located in the western part of Highlands Ranch, west of Santa Fe Dr. along the High Line Canal Trail. Visitors can park at a trailhead parking lot west of Santa Fe Dr., on Carder Ct. and hop on the trail and walk south to the pond. The site features a park shelter and floating fishing dock. The pond is ADA accessible.

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