Private waters fly fishing on Culebra Creek. A Colorado Fishing Linse is required! A very ...
The Rio Chama holds the New Mexico record for brown trout. Brown trout average from ...
Fishing on the Cimarron tailwater fishery emanating from Eagle nest Lake, the Cimarron is a ...
Constructed in 1918 by ranchers Charles and Frank Springer for irrigation Eagle Nest Lake offers ...
It’s a little piece of the Pecos River where one can find a clean, quiet, ...
A high meadow (9000′) tailwater, the Costilla provides anglers with dry fly action for Rio ...
When the Rio is “on” it is fantastic!! At other times it is known locally ...
Private waters fly fishing on Culebra Creek. A Colorado Fishing Linse is required! A very unique fishery, the Culebra is a medium size meadow stream with some monster fish, both Browns and Cuttbows. The Culebra is mostly private and may be accessed with a rod fee of $70.00. It’s mainly nymph fishing with some dry […]
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 […]
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 […]
Constructed in 1918 by ranchers Charles and Frank Springer for irrigation Eagle Nest Lake offers anglers excellent opportunities for Rainbow Trout and Kokanee Salmon fishing. This 2200 acre lake is situated in high country Moreno Valley New Mexico adjacent to the village of Eagle Nest. Only 15 minutes away is the ski and golf resort […]
It’s a little piece of the Pecos River where one can find a clean, quiet, pleasant place to dabble a fly for trout. The Pecos National Historical Park’s pilot, fly-fishing program is underway for its third year, playing host to anglers seeking a quality experience while chasing trout in the river located just a short […]
A high meadow (9000′) tailwater, the Costilla provides anglers with dry fly action for Rio Grande Cutts from mid-June through mid-September. Costilla Cutts aren’t the smartest fish in the world, but they may be the fastest. We’ve seen many an experienced angler shake their heads and ask “Am I too late or too early?” Lots […]
The Red River originates in the Wheeler Peak Wilderness Area above Red River, New Mexico. The Red is New Mexico’s largest tributary to the Rio Grande. There are two distinct sections on the Red River, the Upper Red and the Lower Red. The Upper Red River flows along Highway 578 and continues through the town […]
When the Rio is “on” it is fantastic!! At other times it is known locally as a “stingy river.” Thunderstorm activity and irrigation upstream make summer on the Rio unpredictable. From mid September through October flows reach their natural level and water clarity improves. Fish are very active and accessible during this period. Fish dry […]
Conejos River Fishing Report May 2014 Just wanted to give a quick update about what is going on with the trout and the Conejos this spring. I have been talking to Troy, Isaac and Pat about the fishing and it is time to get your fish on! I had a chance to go down and […]
NATIVE RIO GRANDE CUTTHROAT TROUT RESCUED FROM TRES LAGUNAS FIRE AREA PECOS – Fisheries biologists with the Department of Game and Fish and the Santa Fe National Forest removed 49 Rio Grande cutthroat trout from a small creek threatened by the Tres Lagunas wildfire this week, ensuring the pure strain of native fish will survive […]