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Fishing Report at a Glance

For a full report please click the location.  Updated January 24, 2020

Albuquerque Area-

 Fishing at Tingley Beach for trout was good using garlic scented Power Bait.

Bluewater Lake-

Fishing for trout is fair.

Caballo Lake-

No reports at this time.   

Chama River-

Fishing below El Vado Lake is good using spinners and midges. Fishing below Abiquiu Lake is good using Power Bait.

Cimmaron River-

No reports at this time, expect ice to be present.

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-

The lake is open for ice fishing. Fishing for trout and perch is good using yellow, pink and orange Power Bait.

Elephant Butte Lake-

No reports at this time.

Fenton Lake-

The lake is open for ice fishing wit a report of 13-15 inch thick ice. Trout fishing is good using pink jigs, wax worms and gold spoons. 

Heron Lake-

No reports at this time. 

Jemez River-

Fishing below Battleship Rock is good using worms, salmon eggs and copper johns.

Navajo Lake-

Snagging for kokanee salmon  is very good near the dam. 

Pecos River-

Trout fishing is good using powerbait and salmon eggs.

Rio Grande River-

Trout fishing is good using small nymphs and emergers. 

San Juan River-

Fishing in the quality waters is good using small midges, red larva patterns, and egg patterns. Fishing in the bait waters is good using salmon eggs. 

Santa Rosa Lake-

Fishing for all species is slow.