: JEMEZ WATERS: Stream flow on the Jemez near the town of Jemez on Monday morning was 16.7 cfs. Fishing on the upper Jemez and San Antonio was good using dry flies and hoppers for rainbow and brown trout. A dropper fly, nymph or leech, attached to a hopper fly is a combination that is working well. Mosquitos are abundant and anglers should bring bug spray.
Reported by: New Mexico F&G
Lures & Spinners
The Jemez River is a small trout stream that flows south out of the Jemez
Mountains along S.R. 4. The Jemez is a popular stream and it does see a lot of
pressure. It offers good public access fishing along most its full length. (more
on the Jemez River and Camping)