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Heron Lake Sponsored by
Date 08-Nov-17
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Conditions : HERON LAKE: Fishing was fair to good using Fire Balls and PowerBait from the bank for rainbow trout. We had no other reports. The lake and Willow Creek are closed to kokanee snagging October 1-November 9 and no kokanee may be in possession while fishing during this period.

Reported by: New Mexico F&G


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About: - Heron Lake is a picturesque lake in the mountains set among tall pines. The 6,000-acre lake that favors fishing, sailing views of Brazos Cliffs. Produces 14- to 20-inch kokanee, and 10- to 20-plus-pound lake trout. Ice fishing is popular in winter for the arctic set. Heron has a marina and a visitor center along with several scenic campgrounds that line the shore of this scenic lake. (Primitive and full developed campsites are available.) Many visitors use guides to provide proper equipment and advice. For more information, contact the state park at (505) 588-7470.

Directions: Heron Lake State Park is 11 miles west of Tierra Amarilla via US highways 64 and 84 and NM 95.

  • Kokanee Salmon
  • Brown Trout
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Lake Trout

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