Flyfisher’s Guide to™ New Mexico, by Van Beacham
- “I just came back from fishing the lower Red and the Rio Grande at La Junta point. Your fly-fishing NM book is outstanding. It has been my bible as I have fished more and more waters of NM. And, of course, the double hackle peacock nailed them yesterday, just as your book said it would. Thanks for such a well written book.”
- “Wow! I’ve read and used many self guide books in the past but I’ve never encountered one that covers its subject as well as this one.”
—Don Fink, for the Sangre de Cristo Chronicle
- “Beacham’s book might easily be called an encyclopedia of fly-fishing in New Mexico.”
—Bill Dyroff, for the Albuquerque Journal
From high mountain lakes and streams to wild river canyons; from large reservoirs to sprawling private ranches, New Mexico is one of the last places left where you can find quality flyfishing without the crowds – if you know where to look.
In this completely revised second edition, just published, Beacham has updated New Mexico’s fisheries statewide since the state recovered from a massive drought.
Several creeks and rivers are back to pre-drought excellence and you’ll want to know where to go.
There are new chapters on Pike fishing in the Rio Grande Gorge and angling for monster Tiger muskies on Quemado and Bluewater Lakes.
Includes Hub Cities listings of flyshops, guides, lodging, restaurants and other essentials for more than two dozen base-camp towns and cities.
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