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Jemez Springs Sponsored by
Date 16-Mar-23
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Conditions : JEMEZ WATERS: treamflow near Jemez Monday morning was 58 cfs. Fishing for trout above Fenton Lake was fair to good when using pink Trout Magnet lures. Due to the rising popularity of fishing in Valles Caldera National Preserve, the National Park Service will begin charging a fee for its fishing permits starting April 1, 2023 to support the management of its fishing program. The new fee schedule will be $20 for an annual pass ($10 for youth 12-17) and $5 for a 7-day pass ($3 for youth 12-17). A State of New Mexico fishing license is also required to fish within Valles Caldera

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About: - 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)
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Cutthroat Trout

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