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Abiquiu Lake Sponsored by
Date 21-Oct-21
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Conditions : ABIQUIU LAKE: Fishing for catfish was fair when using nightcrawler worms and cut bait.

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About: - Abiquiú Lake is has approximately 5000 surface acres in which about 2,000 acres of former Ghost Ranch land. It is the second of three dams constructed on the Chama River watershed between 1935 and 1972. Abiquiu Dam is one of our country's highest earthfill dams. Towering 338 feet above the Rio Chama stream bed and stretching out 1,540 feet.

Largemouth and smallmouth bass are available in the reservoir as well as Rainbow Trout, Walleye, Kokanee Salmon, Channel Catfish with an occasional White Crappie, Bluegill, and Brown Trout being caught.

The lake has recreation facilities for picnicking, walking, swimming, boating and camping. Camping at Riana Campground include excellent facilities surrounded by red sandstone cliffs and mesas.

Directions: Abiquiu Lake is about 7 miles north of Abiquiu, on US84 to NM155, southeast on NM155.

  • Catfish
  • Small Mouth Bass
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Walleye

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