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Just spent 3 days during the first week of March fishing with Corey.
First day we left the river after about 4 hours as winds were strong, temperatures in the 20's, and some snow. Nevertheless, Corey put us on a good dozen trout of approx...More
My friend Gary and I had another outstanding fishing trip with Marcus Rubbo the last two days in his drift boat. Together we have fished 3 times before this with Marcus and Gary has fished many more times with him the last 5-6 years. He...More
We experienced an amazing few days fishing with Chris Taylor from Fisheads Lodge. Chris was more than a guide, he assisted us in all departments and at the same time taught us new fishing techniques - he really is a fantastic guide. The fishing was...More
Helpful friendly staff. Good selection of Orvis products as well as all the flies that you will need for this river. Great website with an up to date fishing report for the San Juan. Rental service for fly rods, waders etc. Offers fly fishing guide...More
MARCUS Rubbo was a terrific guide and an all around good guy.
Have had many guided fly trips and he's at the top. Relaxed but works hard, friendly to everybody on the river. He gives guidance well. Tells great stories and clearly enjoys his job....More
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Sportsman Bar and Grill
.38 km away
Rubia’s Fine Mexican Dining
26.83 km away
Serious Texas Bar-B-Q
27.95 km away
Back cast cafe
.02 km away
Navajo Lake State Park
7.65 km away
Wines of the San Juan
8.11 km away
Aztec Ruins National Monument
27.41 km away
Fox Fire Farms Winery
31.72 km away
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What flies should I bring summer, spring, & fall?
1 February 2016|
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Response from charlieburda | Reviewed this property |
Generally when nymph fishing, you use a tandem rig with an egg or red hook with a midge below. At times I have used Copper Johns and Pheasant Tails but generally red hooks and midge larva. Both shops can advise you of what... More
Generally when nymph fishing, you use a tandem rig with an egg or red hook with a midge below. At times I have used Copper Johns and Pheasant Tails but generally red hooks and midge larva. Both shops can advise you of what is working. If you hire a guide they will furnish flies. Good luck and good fishing!
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