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San Juan River Fishing reports

San Juan River Reports- Below.

Other Reports
Animas and Local Durango Waters reports

Archives.
Archive of San Juan River reports
Archive of Animas and Local Durango Waters

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If you want a more recent update, you can ring the shop on (970) 382 9978. A guide will generally be able to offer a comment.


March - The river is fishing well with smaller midge larvas and annelids size 20-28. Leeches and micro worms have been producing quality fish also size 8 to 16. Take advantage of the cloudy days and look for any Baetis (BWO) hatch and rising fish. Follow it up with an adult midge or midge cluster and hit them with a double dry!

January - Winter days on the San Juan can be one of the best times to fish the famous quality waters of New Mexico.  During the winter months enjoy open water, low flows and hungry fish everywhere.  Look for the water color to change and become more cloudy. When this happens, the angler is able to fish a bit bigger flies and target fish on dries.  Leeches, worms, gnats, adams, annelids and eggs need to be with you on the water.   Stop by or give us a call for more information or questions on the winter fisheries! 

November

San Juan River(CFS 438) Fishing Conditions are excellent on the Juan with unseasonable warm temps and some great hatches.  The midges and coming off strong and fish are rising to clusters and Gnats.  Also the Blue Wing Olive Baetis hatch has been prevalent.  Nymphing with olive, black, gray and chocolate larvas and emergers has been producing most of the day.  Juju Baetis sz 20-28, Action RS2's sz 22-26, cream larvas sz 22-26 and Micro Baetis sz. 20-26 have been a good fly choice.  Also don't forget some Olive, black and natural colored leeches.  Cold weather is on the way but don't be afraid. 

 

As noted above we keep an archive of past reports on the San Juan River in our San Juan River report Archive

Also see our separate Animas and local Durango River fishing reports.

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