1/2 Day Public Waters Fly Fishing

  1. 1 Product Overview
  2. 2 Rate & Location
  3. 3 Review & Reserve

Description

The Rio Cos­tilla is a medium size tail­wa­ter spring­ing from the bot­tom of Cos­tilla Reser­voir in Ver­mejo Park. The Rio Cos­tilla is loaded with Rio Grande Cut­throats aver­ag­ing 8 to 12 inches. It runs through beau­ti­ful, wide-open high moun­tain mead­ows, mak­ing it a superb stream for beginners.

 

The Rio Grande River is the epit­ome of wild free­stone river fish­ing. Uncon­trolled by dams, the river is influ­enced almost com­pletely by nature. As a result the trout, like the fish­ing, are unpredictable.

The best and most consistent time to fish is April, dur­ing the clas­sic cad­dis hatch, and fall.

The Red River is a spring-fed river and the main trib­u­tary for spawn­ing and win­ter­ing fish com­ing from the Rio Grande Gorge, and it’s our only nat­ural stream in North­ern NM that offers excel­lent win­ter fishing. Thou­sands of browns, many over 18 inches, run up the Red River every fall to spawn. The browns feed aggres­sively dur­ing this migra­tion and are chal­leng­ing to land in the fast canyon pocket water.

The Rio Cos­tilla is a medium size tail­wa­ter spring­ing from the bot­tom of Cos­tilla Reser­voir in Ver­mejo Park. The Rio Cos­tilla is loaded with Rio Grande Cut­throats aver­ag­ing 8 to 12 inches. It runs through beau­ti­ful, wide-open high moun­tain mead­ows, mak­ing it a superb stream for beginners.

 

The Rio Grande River is the epit­ome of wild free­stone river fish­ing. Uncon­trolled by dams, the river is influ­enced almost com­pletely by nature. As a result the trout, like the fish­ing, are unpredictable.

The best and most consistent time to fish is April, dur­ing the clas­sic cad­dis hatch, and fall.

The Red River is a spring-fed river and the main trib­u­tary for spawn­ing and win­ter­ing fish com­ing from the Rio Grande Gorge, and it’s our only nat­ural stream in North­ern NM that offers excel­lent win­ter fishing. Thou­sands of browns, many over 18 inches, run up the Red River every fall to spawn. The browns feed aggres­sively dur­ing this migra­tion and are chal­leng­ing to land in the fast canyon pocket water.