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Jemez Springs Sponsored by
Date 10-Sep-14
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Conditions : JEMEZ WATERS: Stream flow on the Jemez as of Monday was 9.6 cfs. Fishing on the Rio Cebolla was very good using elk hair caddis, small brassies, small bead-head hares’ ears, beetles, salmon eggs and worms. Fishing on the Rio Las Vacas was fair to good using worms, elk hair caddis, ants and parachute Adams. Fishing on the Jemez and Rio Guadalupe was slow. Fishing on the Valles Caldera was very good for anglers on the San Antonio and the East Fork. They were using small hoppers, ants and beetles. The best reports from the East Fork again this week came from anglers fishing near the headwaters.

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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)
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