Yearly Archives: 2012
Salmon snagging is a traditional fall fishing activity across much of northern New Mexico, drawing a hardy group of anglers to area lakes where the brightly colored, tasty fish can be caught in big numbers. Here’s some tips on how it’s done. Continue reading
The Tiger muskie fishing at Bluewater Lake is so good these days its drawing anglers from across the state looking to land a trophy sized fish and maybe even break the state record. Continue reading
It’s a hazy summer morning at Heron Lake and fishing guide Don Wolfley is backing his 24-foot pontoon boat into the water for a day of deep sea fishing – New Mexico style! Continue reading
Some teachers will be returning to the classroom this year and telling kids what they did this summer under a New Mexico Department of Game and Fish program designed to help bring nature into the classroom. Continue reading
The Pecos National Historical Park on the Santa Fe Trail provides guests to its visitors center one the best exhibits of New Mexico history on display in the state. Continue reading
Need to get out of town fast and find some high desert solitude and beauty?
Head for the bottom of La Bajada Hill on the interstate and then follow the frontage road back around to Galisteo Dam.
It’s a lonely remote place where one can really find some stunning scenery and quiet space. Continue reading
Santa Fe’s 1,500-acre La Tierra Trails public recreation area is a great place for hikers, bikers, horseback riders to enjoy over 25 miles of trails and immense scenic views. Continue reading
Recent fish habitat improvement projects on the San Juan River have surpassed expectations at the state’s top trout fishery and it would appear most anglers are thrilled with the results. Continue reading
Some of the best fly fishing in New Mexico can be found just across the state line in southern Colorado when the Conejos River is thick with stoneflies during the annual hatch. Continue reading