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Cimarron River New Mexico Fly Fishing

Rio Chama New Mexico Fly Fishing

Rio Chama New Mexico Fly Fishing

The Rio Chama holds the New Mexico record for brown trout. Brown trout average from 12 to 18 inches in the Chama River tailwater. Some exceed 20 pounds. The stream has a good population of caddisflies, midges and mayflies. Most of the trout are caught on nymphs and streamers but the dry fly fishing can […]

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Cimarron River New Mexico Fly Fishing

Cimarron River New Mexico Fly Fishing

Fishing on the Cimarron tailwater fishery emanating from Eagle nest Lake, the Cimarron is a brown trout stream with excellent opportunities for dry fly enthusiasts. This stream gets a lot of fishing pressure during the summer months. We find the best time to fish here is April through June before the crowds arrive. Casting accuracy […]

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