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Quincy Reservoir ....

Maintained as a natural area, recreational opportunities at Quincy Reservoir are not as diverse as other waters in the Metro area. There is a 3.5 mile perimeter loop trail that offers excellent bird watching opportunities. Usage of the trail is limited to foot traffic and dogs are not permitted.

Other facilities include hand-launch boat ramp picnic tables, fishing dock and boat rentals. As only electric motors or hand propelled craft (including float tubes) are permitted, this is an excellent area for kayaks and canoes. Note that sailing is not allowed and that waders MUST be worn to enter the water at Quincy Reservoir.
 Quincy Reservoir is well-known among area anglers for several species of fish, including tiger muskie and bass. The bass fishing has steadily improved and the lake is now known as a trophy bass fishery. This popular fishery sees the greatest use in the summer, as it is closed November through February.

Trout are a popular quarry and are stocked on a regular basis. Fishers can also expect to encounter good numbers of yellow perch. The tiger muskie population has diminished over recent years and it is hoped CDOW will resume stocking these magnificent fish.
 Getting there: From E-470 take the Quincy Road exit. Go west on Quincy about 2 1/2 miles to the lake on your left.
 Fees: Entry fees at Quincy Reservoir are by person)
 Adult Daily Entry per person (16 older) $7.00
 Senior Daily Entry per person $3.00
 Youth Daily Entry per person (10 – 15) $3.00
 Kids 9 years and under FREE, must be accompanied by an adult
 Annual Season Pass $50.00
 Additional member of Household/Youth $25.00
 Senior Annual Pass (62 and older) $40.00
 Junior (10 – 15) $25.00
 Kids 9 years and under FREE, must be accompanied by an adult
 Watercraft Access $10.00
 Boating: Electric Motors Only. Non-motorized boats only.
 Boat inspections began on March 1. Boat operators pay a one-time fee of $10 to obtain a Watercraft Access Pass for every vehicle towing or otherwise transporting any boat or watercraft. Hours of operation vary by month: May hours are 5:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., June and July hours are 5:00 a.m. – 9:30 p.m., August hours are 5:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m., September hours are 6:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m., October hours are 6:30 a.m.—7:30 p.m. All vessels are required to be off the water one-half hour after sunset. Visit www.auroragov.org for further information on inspection hours by month and local conditions.
 Special Regulations: Fishing Regulations Artificial flies and lures only. Scented flies or lures must be 1.5” or longer. Minimum size for largemouth and smallmouth bass is 18”. Bag and possession limit for trout is 2. Minimum size for tiger muskies is 40”. Quincy Reservoir is open March 1 to October 31 Dogs and bikes are NOT allowed at Quincy Reservoir. Bicyclists can park and lock their bikes before exploring Quincy’s shores.


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