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Fishing in The Everglades

Capt. Scott Taylor
May 5, 2017
Pagosa Springs - Freshwater Fishing Report

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 are, especially for the fly fisherman. It might take 4 or 5 stops to locate fish depending on how the wind ( knots and direction) is affecting the tide to pattern the fish. Some of the bait guides I know, love to fish the shorelines that the wind is blowing into. That is not going to happen with the fly guys and gals.

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Back in Colorado the rivers are getting muddy and high with spring run off and even more snow last week. 15 inches on Wolf Creek Pass to add to the snow pack. We will be back on June 1st to start guiding for the summer in the San Juans, and back to the Glades in October.

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Join a Pagosa Springs Fishing Guide for a great day fishing on Southwest CO's high mountain streams and Northern NM on Navajo Lake and the " Quality Waters" of the San Juan River. Species fished on a guided fly fishing trip, include Bass, Pike, Trout, Crappie, Salmon and more while Fly Fishing Pagosa Springs, CO. Fly fishing and spin fishing trips with artificial lures and flys are offered on Navajo Lake, and fly fishing only trips are offered on the "Quality Waters" of the San Juan River.

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High Country Fishing Charters
558 Ginger Cir.
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Phone: 970-946-5229
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