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Pagosa Springs Fishing Reports


2017-05-05
6:57 AM

Fishing in The Everglades - As I am writing this, it is blowing a steady 18 knots, but we are still going to go out. The wind has been relentless this past month. The good thing about the Glades, is there are plenty of places to hide. The tough part is hiding where the fish ar more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2017-03-06
1:17 PM

Break from snowy Colorado. - We left the snowy mountains and frozen streams of Colorado last week to go fish in Belize. It was awesome. We went to El Pescador and caught a bunch of bonefish and several permit. Couldn't get any tarpon to eat, but the permit was the main fish we w more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2016-10-14
11:48 AM

Fall Fishing in the Everglades - Now that hurricane Matthew has passed us by the fishing has picked up. It has still been windy, but that is the way it goes in the Fall. We fished in the Estuary Owners Tournament and we got the first place Redfish. We beat the bait guys on the fly more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2016-09-23
6:24 PM

Great Fall Fishing in SW Colorado. - Fall is Here, and so is the first snow! The fishing has been very good lately, but not all day. With colder temps (mid 40's) the high country streams have been a slow start. So we have been starting later to stay on the bite. The bite, in the moun more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2016-07-24
11:36 AM

Great Fishing, but lets look for some rain in August. - Well we were waiting for run off to be over in late June and early July. Now 23 days into July, the plug was pulled and the water is leaving fast. On July 1st the flows were at 600 cfs and most of the waters were tough to wade fish with beginners and more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2016-06-14
9:48 AM

Conditions to improve as Run - Off slow down. - This is the spring that I am wondering, when will the spring run off end! The town stretch of the San Juan is at 1,440 cfs this morning and is finally stepping down from 2,500 cfs on June 7th. The Piedra is also coming down. Flows are at 940 cfs a more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2016-05-11
1:23 PM

Run-off in the Mountains, Good Snook fishing in the Everglades! - Steve and I are still down in the Everglades. The Tarpon fishing still has not been hot, it is not even close to hot it is cold. The water temp dropped from 80 73 on Monday. Crazy weather. Still finding baby tarpon in there little spots. Had one da more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2016-04-12
9:40 AM

Down in the Everglades! - I am down in the Everglades getting ready to head out and look for some Redfish at low tide. We have had some big winds, but even with that we are still finding fish and making them eat. The water temp is still a bit on the cool side (76 -78 degrees) more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2016-02-22
10:50 AM

Spring Fishing Is Here. - Not quite yet, but it felt like it last week with temperatures in the 40's on the mountain and mid - 50's in Pagosa Springs. The local streams are still all frozen except for the town stretch where the hot springs keep the water open. The best fishin more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs


2015-11-19
4:18 PM

Been Fishing in the Everglades! - For the last 2 months Steve and I have been hitting it hard in the Everglades. Sorry about being late on the reports, but it has been busy. We have 2 trips left then we head back to CO for the Ski Season and return the the Everglades to chase Tarp more...
Capt. Scott Taylor - Pagosa Springs

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