Canadian River

Quay - New Mexico


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A section of the Canadian River in Quay County, New Mexico.

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Canadian River Fishing Reports

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    1. William Turpin 0
      Where did u catch this guy
  1. Details: Common Carp

    Gar and carp bow fishing.

    1. DevilDog0811 0
      I mean cale lol
    2. DevilDog0811 0
      Its reall not hard junkie.
    3. Cale Ellingson 0
      I'm the other way around . I have my bow fishing reel on my compound and I use recurve for deer . I don't wanna try mounting the reel on it.
    4. PKfisherman 0
      Dido @Cale and @Cale, recurves are the best!
    5. Sean Hannan 0
      Nice bow! Bear kodiak. I just started shooting mine again. Love it. Nice haul.
    6. Laine Dillard 0
      Nice mess there thin to get the smoker rolling for a carp of two and the grease ready for the gar
    7. DevilDog0811 0
      I love my recurve bow I have a compound for large game like deer but i love the instinct and skill you have to show with the recurve It feels just a little more ...more primal I am man see what i have killed!
    8. Cale Ellingson 0
      Nice seeing someone using a recurve bow
    9. DevilDog0811 0
      Yes sir. I was there for the gar but carp were there in force. Lol
    10. thomas olandese 0
      gar fish to. I see?
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  2. Details: Common Carp with a grasshoper

    Nice carp on trot line

    1. Bryce123456 0
      It's me bryce Williams

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