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Brazos River Sponsored by
Date 20-Sep-23
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Conditions : BRAZOS RIVER: Fishing for trout was good when using size-16 Adams flies.

Reported by: New Mexico F&G

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About: - Good for browns and rainbows. Subject to changes in release rates from El Vado, especially in summer when flows are increased to accommodate rafters. Take N.M. 112 west of U.S. 64 near Tierra Amarilla.

The Brazos River lies between 7,500 and 10,700 feet near the Colorado border southeast of Chama, New Mexico. The Brazos fishes best in the months of May to July and September to October. Hatches mainly include Caddis flies and Stoneflies with patterns including Humpys, Elk Hair Caddis, Stimulators and Woolly Buggers. Brazos Map

Directions: Take Hwy 64 north from Espanola past Tierra Amarilla, at Hwy 162 take right until you reach County Road 512 and take a left.

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