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Fishing Report at a Glance

For a full report please click the location.  Updated November 2, 2019

Albuquerque Area-

 Fishing at Tingley Beach for trout was good using yellow and green powerbait.

Bluewater Lake-

Fishing for tiger muskie is good using crankbaits.

Caballo Lake-

Fishing is fair for all species.  

Chama River-

Fishing below El Vado Lake is good using salmon eggs, panther martins, nightcrawlers and power bait. Fishing for trout below Abiquiu is fair.

Cimmaron River-

Trout fishing is fair using caddis nymphs, and hare's ears. 

Cochiti Lake-

No reports at this time.

Conchas Lake-

Bass fishing is fair using senkos, we had no reports for other species.

Eagle Nest Lake-

Fishing is good for trout using natural and red salmon eggs and powerbait. Kokanee salmon snagging is good near the boat dock. Pike fishing is good trolling rapala lures. 

Elephant Butte Lake-

Fishing for catfish is good using cut bait and hot dogs.

Fenton Lake-

Trout fishing is good using worms, powerbait, and bead head nymphs.

Heron Lake-

Snagging for kokanee salmon is good near the dam

Jemez River-

Fishing near the town of Jemez is very good. Brown trout fishing is good in the upper streams using copper johns and worms. Trout fishing below battleship rock is good using worms, powerbait and salmon eggs. 

Navajo Lake-

Snagging for kokanee salmon  is very good near the dam. 

Pecos River-

Trout fishing is good using powerbait and san juan worms.

Rio Grande River-

Trout fishing is good using small mayflies, blue winged olives, nymphs and emergers. 

San Juan River-

Fishing in the quality waters is very good using small dark midges. Fishing in the lower section is good using baetis. 

Santa Rosa Lake-

Fishing for walleye is fair usig minnows.