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San Juan River Sponsored by
Date 01-Dec-16
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Conditions : San Juan River - The current water temperature has been around 41 degrees, with water flows around 344 cfs. Anglers have been catching a mixed bag of rainbows and brown trout. The most productive time has been from 10 am to 2 pm, using brown, red, or black midges. If you plan to fish later in the day, try using BWO's in the #20 to #22 range. Streamer fishing has also been productive if you stick to brown or black colors in the #10 to #12 range. Anglers have reported that red and orange egg patterns have been working well.

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About: - The San Juan River originates high in the Colorado San Juan Mountains. The freestone river flows through the mountain town of Pagosa Springs then travels through the picturesque Mesa Canyon. After a few miles through the canyon the river landscape changes to ranch land before it ends in Navajo Reservoir.

Fishing access is somewhat restrictive, but there is some public access wade fishing through Pagosa. An agreement with property owners in Pagosa allows anglers to utilize the high water mark to access much of the river in town. The best time to fish the San Juan is in early spring, following run-off and autumn.

  • Browns
  • Rainbows
  • Cutthroat

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