From the trophy waters of the San Juan and the Rio Grande to the Chama and the Brazos, New Mexico hosts an array of cutthroat, brown, rainbow, and brook trout. With the state’s year-round fishing season and over four thousand miles of cold-water streams, anglers can find water matched to any style of fly-fishing.
Fly-Fishing in Northern New Mexico is a comprehensive guide to thirty-one streams and twelve lakes. No other source furnishes such specialized information on access, equipment, stream characteristics, trout species and size, timing of insect hatches, as well as artificial fly patterns most likely to result in success. Local anglers will find new fishing areas to explore and different hatches to fish. Visitors will be able to plan more productive trips to the region.
In addition to chapters devoted to specific streams and lakes, the book includes maps, information on regulations, the fishing year, and environmental concerns.
This revised edition contains new, specialized information, including access & equipment. Local anglers and visitors alike will be able to plan more productive outings while exploring new fishing areas and different species of fish.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Craig Martin is a freelance writer (and avid angler) living in Los Alamos, New Mexico.