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NEW MEXICO: Bluewater Lake – Tiger Musky Fair on Shallow Crank Baits, Swim Baits & Spinners

Monday, August 6th, 2012

Fishing was fair using shallow crank baits, swim baits and spinners for tiger musky. Recommend releasing short fish as soon as possible to keep them healthy and a big catch for the future.

Fishing was slow to fair using stink bait for catfish.

A few trout were taken by anglers trolling spinners.

The surface water temp was in the mid 70s.

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NEW MEXICO: Trout Good Using Various Bead-headed Nymphs, Spinners & Worms

Monday, November 7th, 2011

Animas River
The flow is 354 cfs. Flows have come up from runoff and the water is murky. The river is reported as good for trout using various bead-headed nymphs, spinners and worms.

Chama River
Upper section flow is 86 cfs. Below El Vado Lake, the flow is 95 cfs and the flow below Abiquiu Lake is 91 cfs. The upper Chama flowing downstream to the village of Chama and into El Vado reservoir is good with all methods reported working. Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging Season Oct. 1 – Dec. 31 – Chama River from El Vado Lake to west boundary of Rio Chama Wildlife and Fishing Area. The river below El Vado is fishing good to excellent. The water is at a perfect flow. All methods are catching fish with limits of rainbows being taken. Brown trout are reported being landed using black and gold Panther Martins. Below Abiquiu Lake fishing is reported as fair to slow using Power Bait, worms, spinners and bead headed nymphs.

San Juan River
Upper section – Catch and Release flow is 504 cfs. A $300,000 fish habitat project on the trophy trout waters of the San Juan River was in full swing Nov. 1, when crews move heavy equipment into a popular stretch of the river. Water flow from Navajo Dam will be reduced to 350 cubic feet per second to accommodate the equipment needed to improve trout habitat in “The Braids,” a small section of the river above Texas Hole, approximately one mile downstream from the dam. Anglers will not be allowed in the construction area for about 30 days. The project is designed to enhance fishing opportunities by creating deeper pools for fish during periods of low flow from Navajo Dam. The estimated completion date is Jan. 8.

Abiquiu Lake
Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging Season Oct. 1 – Dec. 31. Not much has changed at the lake and conditions remain the same. Fishing is slow for all species including walleye with smaller-sized fish being caught. No report on salmon or other species.

El Vado Lake
Trout fishing is reported as slow to fair with better reports from the Chama River inlet and the dam. Fish are being landed with worms, salmon eggs, Power Bait and spinners. The main boat ramp is open but the primitive ramps are closed due to low water. Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging Season Oct. 1 – Dec. 31. Salmon snagging is continues to be fair to good on the north side of the lake. Park at the gate just below the Stone House Lodge and walk down to the dirt boat ramp for the best access.

Heron Lake
Kokanee salmon snagging is prohibited and it is unlawful to possess kokanee salmon Oct. 1 – Nov. 10 at Heron Lake and Willow Creek. Snagging season will be open at Heron Lake and Willow Creek Nov. 11 – Dec. 31. Reports of rainbow trout and lake trout are good from shore when using roe sacks. Trout are also fishing good with spinners and worms. If you hook into a salmon be sure to release it.

Jackson Lake
Trout fishing is reported as fair using Power Bait, salmon eggs and worms from shore. Spinners and black wooly buggers are reported working well on the back side of the lake.

Lake Farmington
Trout fishing is reported as good using Power Bait, salmon eggs and worms. Best success is reported close to the dam.

Morgan Lake
Fishing is slow for bass with very little traffic at the lake.

Navajo Lake
Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging Season Oct. 1 – Dec. 31. Salmon snagging continues to be reported as good at Simms Marina and at the dam. No reports on other species.

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NEW MEXICO: Trout Good Using Various Bead-headed Nymphs, Spinners & Worms

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Animas River
The flow is 294 cfs. The river is reported as good for trout using various bead-headed nymphs, spinners and worms. Better reports are coming from the upper stretches closer to Colorado on the reservation.

Chama River
Upper section flow is 100 cfs. Below El Vado, the flow is 202 cfs and the flow below Abiquiu is 204 cfs. The upper Chama flowing downstream to the village of Chama and into El Vado reservoir is fair to good with the recent drop in flow. Some big browns have been taken from the wild life area. Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging Season Oct. 1 – Dec. 31 – Chama River from El Vado Lake to west boundary of Rio Chama Wildlife and Fishing Area. The river below El Vado is fishing good to excellent. The water is a bit murky. All methods are catching fish with limits of rainbows being taken. Some brown trout are also reported being landed a bit lower downriver from the spillway using black and gold Panther Martins.

San Juan River
Upper section – Catch and Release flow is 547 cfs. Midges are hatching all day long. At the moment they are very small, midge pupa and larvae, size 22 to 28, gray, black, chocolate, cream and olive have been my best. The hatch is strongest from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Try fishing BWO’s from 1 to 5 p.m. Dark or light gray, brown and olive have been the best colors in a size 20 and 22. Both dry and wet patterns. Back to midges in the evenings. The lower river was stocked last week with 3,810 rainbow trout.

Abiquiu Lake
Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging Season Oct. 1 – Dec. 31. Not much has changed at the lake and conditions remain the same. Fishing is slow for all species including walleye with smaller-sized fish being caught. No report on salmon or other species.

El Vado Lake
Trout fishing is reported as slow to fair with better reports from the Chama River inlet and the dam. Fish are being landed with worms, salmon eggs, Power Bait and spinners. The main boat ramp is open but the primitive ramps are closed due to low water. Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging Season Oct. 1 – Dec. 31. Salmon snagging is reported as fair to good on the north side of the lake. Park at the gate just below the Stone House Lodge and walk down to the dirt boat ramp for the best access.

Heron Lake
Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging – Snagging Season is closed Oct. 1 – Nov. 10 at Heron Lake and Willow Creek. It is unlawful to possess kokanee salmon at Heron Lake and Willow Creek during the closed season. Snagging season will open at Heron Lake and Willow Creek Nov. 11 – Dec. 31. Reports of trout and lake trout are good from shore when using roe sacks. Trout are also fishing good with spinners and worms. If you hook into a salmon be sure to release it.

Jackson Lake
Trout fishing is reported as slow – fair using Power Bait, salmon eggs and worms from shore. Spinners and black wooly buggers are reported working well on the back side of the lake. The lake was stocked with 1,602 rainbow trout last week.

Lake Farmington
Trout fishing is reported as fair with the recent stockings by the spillway using Power Bait, salmon eggs and worms. Best success is reported close to the dam.

Morgan Lake
Fishing is slow for bass with very little traffic at the lake.

Navajo Lake
Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging Season Oct. 1 – Dec. 31. Salmon snagging is reported as good at Simms Marina. No reports on other species.


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OREGON: Coho numbers building in the Sandy, spinners & Drifted Yarn have Resulted in Hookups

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

Although the wobbler fishing is slowing down for mainstem anglers, Bonneville backtrollers continue to find fair to good success using sardine wrapped plugs in the deep water. This fishery should improve even further into early October although anglers will have to become more choosy as fish near the end of their life-cycle.

The much anticipated fall sturgeon fishery upstream of the Wauna Powerlines begins on October 1st. Anglers may retain 1 keeper sized fish per day from Thursday though Saturday through the end of the year or until the quota has been reached. Fishing is expected to be good. Bonneville typically produces the best catches.

Over 1,000 fall chinook and a similar number of coho have been counted at Willamette Falls as daily numbers increase. The Middle Fork is producing a few steelhead.

Steelhead are hitting spinners on the McKenzie but stay clear of spawning salmon.

Trout fishing is good on the upper North Santiam where chinook are spawning and October Caddis are hatching.

Coho fishing remains slow on the Clackamas although spinner casters lining up at the Bowling alley Hole are taking the occasional fish.

With coho numbers building in the Sandy, spinners and drifted yarn have resulted in a few hookups.

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OREGON: Target 15 to 20 foot of Water Using Spinners with Coon Shrimp

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

Although counts at Bonneville are ramping up for salmon, catch rates remain subdued in the gorge as fish are more likely to pass upstream in the warmer water temperatures. There will be occasional flurries of action but the more consistent fishing is likely to happen later in September and October when water temperatures begin to drop.

Steelhead action has also slowed with the warming temperatures but remains a very viable option for both bank and boat anglers working the Bonneville area. Fish are typically traveling in deeper lanes however; target 15 to 20 foot of water using spinners tipped with coon shrimp right on the bottom.

Downstream, boaters working wobblers on the outgoing tide are beginning to show promising catches of fall chinook in the Portland to Longview stretch, particularly around the mouth of the Cowlitz. Although this fishery is still weeks away from peaking, a strong early showing is to be expected with the large run predicted this year.

Daily Chinook and steelhead counts have fallen to single digits in the 70-degree water at Willamette Falls. Bass fishing is good above the Falls.

Fly anglers are enjoying steady results in stable water conditions on the McKenzie with flurries of activity early and late in the day.

Fishing is near standstill on the Sandy with the river milky due to glacial runoff.

Steelheading has been fair at times on the Clackamas with early mornings the only chance to fish.

Steelheading has been slow on the North Santiam with conditions best at Packsaddle. South Santiam prospects are somewhat better.

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NEW MEXICO: Power Bait, Worms & Spinners Tipped with Corn Working Well

Thursday, August 11th, 2011

Animas River – The flow is 417 cfs. The river is fishing fair for trout using various bead-headed nymphs, spinners and worms.

Chama River – Upper section flow is 30 cfs. Below El Vado, the flow is 598 cfs. The upper Chama in the Sargent Wildlife area has the most consistent good fishing on the Chama as a whole. The stretch flowing downstream of the village of Chama into El Vado reservoir is low and the water temps are high making fishing very slow. The river below El Vado is open within Cooper’s El Vado Ranch. Big nymphs dead drifted and finished with a swing or stripping streamers is the way to go there. The stretch below Abiquiu Dam typically won’t really fish well until autumn when irrigators aren’t calling for water. The river above El Vado was stocked with 753 rainbow trout last week.

San Juan River – Upper section – Catch and Release flow is 493 cfs Fishing is good but fly choices have become smaller with the lower and clear water. In the mornings, use a red midge larva as your point fly and trail a size #24-26 black or gray midge pupa like a UV flash midge emerger. As the afternoon progresses, change your flies to baetis, such as a gray or chocolate RS2 or foam wing emerger. Small #16-18 ants fished along the banks are also bringing up fish. The PMD hatch on the lower river is waning but, there are some still around from Simon downstream.

Abiquiu Lake– Fishing is slow for all species including walleye with a few smaller-sized fish being caught. Some smallmouth bass have been reported but at best it is hit and miss for them. Catfish are reported as slow but a few bigger fish have been taken in the coves with stink bait and liver.

El Vado Lake – Fishing is slow due to a lot of recreational traffic on the water.

Heron Lake– Fishing is fair for trout from the bank and trolling. Most success has been by Willow Creek along the channel into the lake. Power Bait, worms and spinners tipped with corn are working well. Salmon fishing is good when trolling double whammies, Kokanee Killers and Panther Martins tipped with corn and garlic Power Bait in 20 to 30 feet of water. Best fishing is around Rattlesnake Island and on the east side of the main lake.

Jackson Lake – Trout fishing is reported as fair to good using Power Bait, salmon eggs and worms. Spinners with gold blades are reported working well on the back side of the lake.

Lake Farmington – Trout fishing is reported as fair to good by the spillway using Power Bait, salmon eggs and worms.

Navajo Lake – Salmon are reported as good to excellent using double whammies, super dupers and z-ray in 60 feet of water. Best fishing is from the dam to Francis Canyon. Northern pike are still hitting and reported as good. Try using xr-14 or f-18 lures in the afternoons. Top water gear is working in the mornings. No report on other species.

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NEW MEXICO: Fish Being Landed with Worms, Spinners & Woolly Buggers

Tuesday, July 19th, 2011

Chama River
Upper section flow is 40 cfs. and below El Vado, the flow is 766 cfs. Fishing is fair in the upper Chama with some bigger rainbows reported being taken in and around Chama. Fish are being landed with worms, spinners, woolly buggers and various bead-headed nymphs. Below El Vado, trout fishing is good for rainbows up to 20 inches and browns up to 18 inches. Panther Martins and Rapalas are working for the browns and rainbows.

San Juan River

Upper section – Catch and Release flow is 499 cfs. Midges are hatching all day long. At the moment they are very small, midge pupa and larvae, size 22 to 28, chocolate, dark grey, cream and olive have been best. The hatch is strongest from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Try fishing BWO’s from 2 p.m. to about 5 p.m. Dark gray, brown and olive have been the best colors in a size 20 and 22. Both dry and wet patterns. Back to midges in the evenings. Black and brown have been killing it! Caddis are showing up in the evenings from 7 p.m. to dark. You will find the best activity through the bait water up to Simon canyon. Small brown caddis are the best, size 20 and 22. PMD’s are all over the lower river in the afternoons from 1 to 5 p.m. They are starting to show up on the upper river should be great in a couple of weeks! Hoppers and ants are working well too! Bunny leaches are great attractors in brown, black, purple, and white. If all else fails try fishing big foam patterns especially in the morning.

Lower section – Open waters, fishing is good with night crawlers, salmon eggs and the same flies as for the upper section. Some reports say the lower section is fishing a well as the upper quality waters. The lower section was stocked with 1,000 rainbow trout last week.

Abiquiu Lake
Fishing is slow for walleye with a few smaller sized fish being caught. Some small mouth bass have been reported but at best it is hit and miss for them. Catfish are reported as slow but a few bigger fish have been taken in the coves with stink bait and liver. No report on other species.

Heron Lake
Fishing is fair for trout from the bank and trolling. Most success has been by Willow Creek along the channel into the lake. Power Bait, worms and spinners tipped with corn are working well. Salmon fishing is good when trolling double whammies, Kokanee Killers and Panther Martin’s tipped with corn in 18 to 25 feet of water.

Jackson Lake
Trout fishing is reported as fair to good using Power Bait, salmon eggs and worms. Spinners with gold blades are reported working well on the backside of the lake.

Lake Farmington
Trout fishing is reported as fair by the spillway using Power Bait, salmon eggs and worms.

Navajo Lake
Fishing for smallmouth bass is very good in the coves with almost any method catching fish. The largemouth bass have also turned on and are starting to hit with both aggressive bites and feeding strikes. Both species are being caught on soft plastics, jerk baits or crank baits Salmon are starting to bite when using Rapalas or Kokanee Killers in 40 feet of water. Best fishing is from the dam to Francis Canyon.  Northern pike are hitting all over the lake. Try using xr-14 or f-18 lures in the afternoons and top water gear is working in the mornings.

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NEW MEXICO: Bait fishermen Try Spinners, Salmon Eggs or Power Bait

Wednesday, May 25th, 2011

Cimarron River
-Flows below Eagle Nest Dam are 45 cfs and 42 cfs near Cimarron. It is irrigation season and the releases out of Eagle Nest Lake are have varied from 20 cfs to the current level of 45 cfs. The flows are a little high making for tougher fishing in the upper reaches around Tolby campground. There is a little more room the farther downstream you go. Dark midges and baetis nymphs like tungsten WD40s, black psycho Mays, chocolate Johnny flashes, and black zebra midges on a nymph rig or dry / dropper would be good choices. The river was stocked with 1,695 triploid rainbow trout two weeks ago and the gravel pit lakes were stocked two weeks ago with 279 triploid rainbow trout.

Red River
– Flows at Questa 36 cfs and 60 cfs below the hatchery. Fishing is fair to good for rainbows below the hatchery with bead-head nymphs and various flies. Bait fishermen might try spinners, salmon eggs or Power Bait. Upper river is starting to turn on using the same methods but fishing is a bit slower. The river below Questa was stocked with 2,099 triploid rainbow trout two weeks ago.

Rio Grande
– Flows are 253 cfs near Cerro and 399 cfs below the Taos Junction Bridge. Dry fly fishing has slowed, but nymph fishing is still good depending on clarity. Currently the visibility is about a foot. Best chance at dry fly fishing is in the evenings provided the wind isn’t howling. Trout fishing is reported as good at Pilar, the Hondo and Red River confluences. Pike and bass have been reported as fair. The Pike are fishing better in the upper stretches of the river when using red and white lures. The bass are fishing better in the lower stretches when using spinners and various plastics. The river was stocked with 2,764 triploid rainbow trout last week.

Rio Hondo
– Flows are at 34 cfs. Lower section at confluence with Rio Grande is best. Trout are slow to fair with various flies, spinners and worms.

Rio Pueblo
– Flows are at 66 cfs and there is no report this week. The river was stocked with 841 triploid rainbow trout last week.

Charette Lakes
– Fishing is reported as fair with some trout being landed in the range of 9 to 20 inches. Power Bait is the choice from the bank and when trolling use small perch baits in green and orange. The lower lake was stocked with 788 triploid rainbow trout last week.

Clayton Lake
– Fishing for trout is reported as good to excellent with limits being taken on Power Bait and worms. Fish are averaging 10 inches with some up to 15. The lake was stocked with 2,797 triploid rainbow trout two weeks ago.

Eagle Nest Lake
– Boat ramps are open but docks are not in. Fishing for trout and perch is reported as good form shore. No reports on trolling light pressure Best bet is to use roe, Power Bait and salmon eggs. Water temps are still cold and fly fishing is reported as slow for now.
Lake Alice and Lake Maloya– Fishing is reported as good on both lakes using corn and worms for stocker-sized trout. Lake Alice was stocked with 349 triploid rainbow trout and Lake Maloya was stocked with 2,100 triploid rainbow trout two weeks ago.

Maxwell Lakes
– Lake No. 13 is reported as off and on with an occasional trout landed. Some fish are large — up to 24 inches. Best success is reported using Power Bait, worms and spinners. The lake was stocked two weeks ago with 1,401 triploid rainbow trout last week.

Springer Lakes
– Fishing is reported as fair for small pike up to 26 inches on cranks and rattle traps.

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