Gore Creek is a tributary of the Eagle River, approximately 12 miles (19 km) long, in Eagle County in central Colorado in the United States. It drains a rugged area of the Rocky Mountains at the south end of the Gore Range at the upper end of the Eagle Valley in the vicinity of Vail, which sits along the creek. It rises along the Eagle-Summit county line along the high crest of the Gore Range, in the White River National Forest, approximately 4 miles (7 km) north of Vail Pass. It descends to the west through a narrow gorge, receiving Black Gore Creek from the south. Downstream from this confluence it furnishes the route of U.S. Highway 6 (built in 1940) and Interstate 70. It flows past Vail and joins the Eagle from the east approximately 3 miles (5 km) west of Vail.

The best baits for this lake

Strike King Bladed jigs 1/2 oz / Blue Glimmer Thunder Cricket

Bladed Jigs

LUNKERCANDY Crankbaits Cell Mate Sugar Daddy 6


Z-Man Fishing Products Jigs 1/10 oz NedlockZ

Fishing Jigs

Strike King Finesse baits Dirt Perfect Plastic Finesse Worm

Finesse Baits

XCalibur Jerkbaits Tour Series Jerkbait 95mm - 4 Pack


Big Bite Baits Panfish baits Alewife Crappie Thumper

Panfish Baits