Sunday, February 17, 2008

San Juan Fishing Report: 3000 CFS and Solid Fly Fishing

The San Juan River in northern New Mexico, located below Navajo Dam is a fantastic year-round fishery. River flows are at 3000 cfs and the fishing is steady. One of the best times of the year to fish the Juan is in the winter and spring, especially with the increase in flows. Do not let the higher flows turn you off from the Juan because float fishing is one of the best ways to see and learn this tricky river. Looking for good fishing, little to no crowds and plenty of trophy trout on the fly? Well, you're in the right place. Book a fly fishing trip with Animas Valley Anglers today 970.259.0484

images: Last season high water on the Juan. 1) Jan, Will's mom hooked up 2) grip and grin with mom 3) Mom checkin' out the bow 4) Mom pretty stoked about all the trout she caught 5) Will in your face with a San Juan bow