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New Mexico Fishing Reports


2010-06-27
8:50 PM

River Flow raised to 880cfs, ANT FALL anytime now - Hello Everyone, The B.O.R. raised the water flow to 880cfs Thursday 06/24/10. The water is clear with visibility 4-5'. The fishing has been good with the upper areas fishing good to great. What has been working for me is #24 black mono midge, more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2010-06-07
2:24 PM

Hot Temps. Great Fishing. The San Juan loses two more. - Hello Everyone, Yesterday, the San Juan River community of Navajo Dam lost another one of it's fly fishing people. Gretchen Lee, Owner of Enchanted Hideaway Lodge passed away yesterday afternoon. She had entered the hospital 05/29 with more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2010-05-07
9:12 PM

High Water Run off Flow? - As of now, I have not received from the B.O.R. a official notice about the upcoming predicted river flows. The meeting was over two weeks ago. The rumor I have heard is that the river will stay at the current flow level of around 470-500 cfs until more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2010-04-04
11:58 PM

San Juan Trout in great shape, thanks to all !! - Hello Everyone, First I would like to say that the over-all quality of the San Juan trout, and fishery is improving everyday with the combined efforts of all that have been involved. A few year's ago who would of thought that different state, p more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2010-02-28
1:07 PM

Cold Temps and Hot Fishing - Hello Everyone, Winter persists, but the bite is hot. The river flow is around 490cfs. Water visiblity is 2-3 feet. The upper areas, below the Dam no tresspass area to T-hole has been good to great. #20-22 RED Larva's have been the the fly o more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2010-02-17
6:11 PM

Late winter / Hot Fishing - Hello Everyone, The river is flowing at 470 cfs. The visibility is around 2-3 feet. The river is fishing good overall. The upper areas are stacked with fish in the slower deeper runs. #20 Red larva's and a #24-26 black or dark gray midge pupa's more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2010-02-04
5:03 PM

Early February Bite - Hello Everyone, The river is flowing around 465 cfs. Water clarity 3'. Not much moss but a fair amount of water grass breaking loose. Fishing is good to great, depending where and when. The weather and river access has been interesting due to more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2009-12-28
9:37 PM

Cold Temp's, Red Hot fishing - Hello Every-one, The river is flowing around 480cfs. The water is off-colored and clarity is around 2-3 feet. The river is fishing good to great. The hot ticket has been red or orange larva's #22-18. Bunny Leech patterns, trailing a larva patt more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2009-12-09
12:01 AM

Holiday season fishing on the San Juan - Hello Everyone, and Happy holidays to all. The river is flowing around 475 cfs. The visibility is 4-6 feet. The lake still has not turned over, so the water is still very clear. There has been a good rise to midge's and beatis from Texas ho more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2009-11-09
2:07 PM

Fishing Report November 9, 2009 - The river flow is around 480 cfs, water clarity is 4-5 feet. Still lots of moss. The upper areas, catch and release on down to Texas-Hole, has been fishing ok-good. I've been using a #22-26 red hot and cream or gray #24-26 larva early am and swi more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River

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