New Mexico Fishing Reports

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  1. 24 trout (returned another 10 to the creek) - my kids and me (not pictured)

    Rainbow Trout with a Power bait, eggs, worms

  2. my big fish of the day , water was muddy fishing was slow

    Common Carp with a corn

    1. i agree Rob
    2. a slow day fishing is better than any day doing something else
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  3. cat with a Berkley Gulp! 6 in. Nightcrawlers

  4. he hit a drop shot

    3 lb. 2 oz. Largemouth Bass

    1. john stimson 0
      nice catch
  5. Details: 12 in. Brown Trout with a Berkley Powerbait Dropshot Power Bass Minnow

  6. Caught 3, 16" walleye and 1 small white bass.

    2 lb. 16 in. Walleye with a SpoonPlug

    1. john stimson 0
      nice work
  7. no luck but i did get a line wet

    trout with a power bait

    1. Bryan Harper 0
      Nice to see you back out there John! We’ve been doing fairly well on the snowfall up here! Twenty miles up the road from me one of the Lodges on the Grand Mesa has ...more gotten over 300” so far!
    2. Buddy Pierce 0
      Looking good out there John.
    3. looks like you should be ice fishing haha
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  8. cought this guy by wading in the middle of the river and casted twards the bank near some trees and this guy game and bit it. this was a while ago it is way to ...more cold to do that now,,,😂

    4 lb. 6 oz. 24 in. Channel Catfish with a Danny Kings pinchbait

  9. Found a fish boil. My two sons and fished the boil for 3 hours and 12 minutes. We caught a total of 347 White Bass and 1 Large Mouth

    White Bass with a Kast Master and Swim Baits

    1. Number one, fish boils don't last that long.. the one we found by pirate's cove lasted about 15 minutes. I hope you were putting all those fish back in.. ...more what's the limit at that lake for striped bass again? ;)
      We caught two spotted, one striped and a nice crappy today.. the Bass were out off the east face of long ridge, about halfway between the northern point and the cliff face in a little cove with two large brush patches now underwater, and a large dark block or rock or something up on the shore. right in between the two patches of brush (we all know the bass like to fish the shallow brushes when the water's in the 60's) so I hit the spot in our little boat with the fish finder on, and sure enough, in the middle of that cove there's a deeper pit, about 15-18 feet in the middle and rises up on all sides.. the fish finder went crazy over that spot, so we went close to shore, tossed the anchor over a large boulder underwater and backed out to the edge of the pit and I cast into it and the wife and daughter fished worm and bobber, daughter using shiners, wife using nightcrawler, at about 7-9 feet and within 20 minutes they had three keepers.. I'm sure there were more there as well, but the wind kept up and got worse and we could no longer hold position with the anchor so we bailed south to the east side of the dam and caught some catfish, brim and a good sized crappie off one of the private slips. (we had to run from a heavy windstorm that swept in and hide in there.. I've only got a 16.5 foot v-hull and a 40 hp outboard.. we can't weather that kind of wind so the people there were kind.. I got free beer, a couple shots of malibu, some great stories and saw the pictures of two monsters 'Larry' pulled out of his slip from the nose of his houseboat a couple weeks ago, to wit, a 38 pound striped bass, and a 29 pound walleye.. I saw both the pictures.. no tall tale.. amazing.. just... wow... they ate them afterwards.. I would have too. :D
    2. Todd Winter 0
      It was unbelievable. Never seen a fish boil last that long. We had a lot beers later on in the afternoon.
    3. Noah Shapiro 0
      dam that's fun
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Popular Waterways

The most active fishing spots in New Mexico

  • Rio Grande

    A section of the Rio Grande in Socorro County, New Mexico.


  • Red River

    A section of the Red River in Taos County, New Mexico.


  • Pecos River

    A section of the Pecos River in Guadalupe County, New Mexico.


  • Gila River

    A section of the Gila River in Grant County, New Mexico.


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