The Book

Flyfisher’s Guide to™ New Mex­ico, by Van Beacham

  • Flyfisher's Guide to New Mexico

    Flyfisher’s Guide to New Mexico

    “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.”

B Wood

  • “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

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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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