Yearly Archives: 2018
The caddis hatch on the upper Rio Grande in 2018 should be great for fishing if the warm days and low water flows continue.
“It’s looking good,” says Nick Streit of the Taos Fly shop.
Low snowpack levels in northern New Mexico and southern Colorado means less high and muddy runoff in the big river.
And that makes for good fishing especially during the annual caddis hatch when millions of the bugs emerge from the water to mate along the river. Continue reading
Anglers planning on doing some fishing this season may want to get it done sooner rather than later while most of the state’s reservoirs are still full. Continue reading
New Mexico’s trophy trout fishery, the San Juan River below Navajo Dam, will be getting an upgrade for Christmas including two new boat ramps and many in-stream habitat improvements. Continue reading