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They have decided to close the restaurant for lunch and walk in dinners. You need to make reservations by 9:00 the morning of but preferably the night before. Open for breakfast from 6:00-9:00.
For dinner they do not have an open menu but daily specials...More
We spent this past Friday, September 1 on New Mexico's San Juan River with Fisheads Guide Service on a Full Day Float Trip. Our Guide, Marcus Rubbo knows this river and its fish like I know the dogs in my living room! We caught and...More
We had to cancel our trip one day before, due to the Goodwin fire in Arizona. We were still charged for the guide service. No consideration for any type of emergency. Seemed like it was more important for the guides to get their money then...More
Response from BarbaraW139, Front Office Manager at Fisheads San Juan River LodgeResponded 8 July 2017
Ours is a very lenient cancellation policy. We need notification 2 weeks from your arrival date. The industry standard is a deposit on booking and the balance fully paid three months from arrival date with no refunds. I hope you understand that we don't just...More
Cancelled 10 days in advance. Billed FULL amount
I just wanted to let you know that we have charged your card in the amount of $1,705.01 for the cancellation of 2 full day floats for 2 people and 2 full day floats for 1 person...More
Response from BarbaraW139, Front Office Manager at Fisheads San Juan River LodgeResponded 23 June 2017
We have refunded the amount of $799.22 to your credit card. That is the amount of the two full day floats for 1 person that we were able to rebook. Unfortunately, we were unable to rebook the two full day floats for 2 persons. We...More
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
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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"Some rooms are near dining room/registration and others require a drive or long walk"