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New Mexico Fishing Reports


2009-04-12
11:07 PM

Easter Sunday Fishing report 04/12/09 - Happy Easter to all, The river flow is around 500cfs. The water clarity is around 3 feet. The river is fishing good to great. The upper section has been good . In the am light colored egg patterns and cream or red midge larva's have been good. Mi more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2009-03-26
12:24 PM

Spring fishing - Hello everyone, River flow is 500cfs, water clarity is 2-3 feet depending where your at. Fishing has been fair to good depending on location and day, and what flies your using. White bunny leeches or streamers #6-10, and black midge emergers pa more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2009-03-11
10:48 PM

Early Spring Fishing Report - Hello Everyone, The river flow is around 500cfs, Water clarity is 2'. The river has fished better the last few days. Today, hooked up 8 in about 3 hours. There is a good black midge #24 hatch happening mid to late am. From catch and release are more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2009-03-03
8:45 PM

Early March - Hello Every-one, The river flow is at 504 cfs. Water clarity is 2-3 feet depending on how cold the night time temps are. The warmer the night the clearer the water, due to the therm-o-cline rolling on the lake. Cold water sinks and warmer water more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2009-02-23
4:16 PM

Spring Fishing on the way - Hello Every-one, The river flow is 500cfs. The water clarity is around 3'. The main stay rig is egg pattern #16-20 to red or orange larva's #18-24's. There is a good hatch of small black or gray midges #24-26's coming off early to mid am. You more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2009-02-08
12:59 PM

Valentines Day Report - Hello Every-one, The river flow is still at 500 cfs. The water clarity is 2-3 feet. The upper areas are fishing good to fair most days. Eggs #16-20 and red hots#24 in the am with a small black midge #24-26 coming off mid am. The main channel more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2009-01-26
1:36 PM

Mid to Late winter fishing report - Hello everyone, The river is flowing around 500 cfs and the water clarity is around 2-3 feet. The rainbows are in their spawn attitude. Sight fishing using egg patterns in the shallow riffles is the ticket right know. They are pairing-up and more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2009-01-04
2:55 PM

New year is fishing good - Happy New Year to all. The river flow is around 500 cfs. The water clarity is 18-24. Fishing has been good fishing from the catch and release to the take out. White bunny leeches #8-10 and red larva #16-22 have been the ticket. Leech pattern more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2008-11-07
11:56 PM

Late fall fishing - Hello every-one, The river flow is at 500 cfs, the water clarity is around 3 feet. The fishing has been good. The upper areas {catch and release area and the cable hole} are still loaded with big fish. Gray zebra #24 midges, and yellow eggs # more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River


2008-10-15
12:41 PM

Fall Fishing has been Hot. - The fishing has been good and the weather great. The river flow is around 470cfs. The water clarity is around 3-4 feet. Still a fair amount of moss in the water. The beatis hatch has been almost to much, millions of naturals to compete with. T more...
Capt. Mark Nesbit - San Juan River

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