Private waters fly fishing on Culebra Creek. A Colorado Fishing License 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 ...
Cowles Ponds are right next to the Pecos River and are surrounded by coniferous forests and grassy meadows. There are 2 ponds, a larger one, which was dredged and deepened in 2011, and is available to all anglers with a current NM fishing license, and a smaller pond open only to those 12 years of […]
Pecos River Fly Fishing Public Access May 2019 Tererro is an unincorporated community located in San Miguel County, New Mexico. The community is located on New Mexico State Road 63 11.6 miles north of Pecos, NM. Tererro has a post office and General Store. Pecos River Terrero Bridge Trout Fly Fishing Public Access A convenience […]
Pecos River Fly Fishing Pecos River trout fly fishing public access. Known locally as the Rio Pecos. Six miles north of Pecos, New Mexico on NM highway 63. Fishing, picnicking, hiking, camping and backpacking. The Pecos River originates in 20 miles northeast of Santa Fe, New Mexico and flows into Texas, emptying into the Rio […]
Fly Casting Like a Pro Fly Fusion Field Editor Jeff Wagner and fly-fishing icon Bruce Richards cover various topics in this informative fly casting series that is packed full of cast-changing tips.
SANTA FE – The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is investigating a fish die off in the upper Pecos River from the village of Pecos to Cowles. The die off is affecting brown and rainbow trout and is being attributed to stress induced by low water conditions and poor water quality throughout late […]
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 […]
There is an art to fly fishing, and when you mix it with saltwater prepare for fantastic strikes and unforgettable fights. Saltwater fishing is a varied experience, but you may be wondering why you would want to toss a line onto the top of the water while fishing out in the middle of the deep […]
Seven knots for attaching a fly to leader/tippet material, and how to tie them This film shows how to tie 7 of the most popular fly fishing knots for attaching a fly to tippet material. Easy to see, and with clear directions, this is one of the best knot films out there. New Mexico Fly […]
Fly Fusion Field Editor Jeff Wagner and fly-fishing icon Bruce Richards cover various topics in this informative fly-casting series that is packed full of cast-changing tips. New Mexico Fly Fishing Guide is dedicated to providing fishing enthusiasts a venue for posting news about fishing experiences, questions and comments. You submit the news about your favorite river […]
The Pecos River originates high up in the Pecos Wilderness Area of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains just north of Santa Fe, NM. A handful of tiny streams loaded with small browns, cut-bows and cutthroats flow into the Pecos above Cowles. Below Cowles the stream becomes a small-medium river ranging between 10-25 feet wide as […]