Rio Grande, northern New Mexico

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*Contact us for float trip prices and info!

Rio Grande flyfishing guide service

The Rio Grande River flows out of Southern Colorado’s San Luis Valley into the 70 mile long Rio Grande Gorge, a sheer canyon running parallel to and slightly west of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains near Taos. The Rio Grande Gorge is the epitome of wild freestone river fishing. Uncontrolled by dams for the most part, the river is influenced almost completely by nature. As a result the trout, like the fishing, are unpredictable.

The spring (April) before run-off, during the classic caddis hatch, and fall are the best and most consistent times to fish the Rio Grande Gorge. Streamers work well for lunker cutbows and browns, especially for fall browns. We do some custom float trips* each year through some very remote parts of the Gorge but for the most part our trips are hike in and wade or drive up and wade.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text css_animation_speed=”faster” css_animation_delay=”0″]

Season: Year-Round Fishing!


For the adventurous angler who likes a chance at catching large wild trout that have rarely if ever been hooked or seen a fly, the Rio Grande Gorge is just what the doctor ordered.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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