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Date 24-Jun-15
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Conditions : PECOS RIVER: Stream flow on Monday was 145 cfs. Trout fishing was very good using stimulators, wooly buggers, salmon eggs and worms. Christopher McLaren had a good day fishing the special waters above Terrero. He caught and released over 20 trout while using orange stimulators and bead-head, green, caddis pupa nymphs. He reported seeing a large hatch of orange stoneflies and lots of flying ants. Fishing for catfish was fair using worms and liver. The Pecos National Historical Park opened for summer fishing June 15. For more information and reservations call (505) 757-7272.

Stream flow below Sumner Lake as of Monday morning was 99 cfs. Fishing was fair using liver and night crawlers for catfish. We had no reports on other species.

Bosque Redondo: Fishing was slow to fair using homemade dough bait and beef liver for catfish. We had no reports on other species.

Reported by: New Mexico F&G

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About: - N.M. 63 north of Pecos Village offers easy access to the river along much of a 20-mile stretch to Cowles. Well-stocked, sometimes with 14-inch rainbows, mostly in summer.
  • Rainbow Trout
  • Brown Trout

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