004 Turkey, Trout and Bass

by Walt Rivers on April 29, 2013


Turkey hunting and trout and bass fishing are underway! The cool Spring may bring benefits later in the year by keeping what little snow we have on the mountains and available for runoff. This time of the year there is no need to be an early riser when fishing. So there is plenty of time to catch some sleep and some fish!

003 Spring Hunting and Fishing is Around the Corner

by Walt Rivers on March 12, 2013


TurkeyTracksChuck and Wally talk about preparing for the upcoming fishing and hunting opportunities in New Mexico this Spring.
The deadline for applying for big game licenses in New Mexico is March 20, 2013. This press release from the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish has all the information you need to get started.
Ready to learn how to fly fish and live in the Albuquerque area? Click on this link for more information on the beginners class starting in April.

The Soda Dam Waterfall

by Walt Rivers on December 28, 2012

Jemez River Fishing below the Soda Dam 12-21-2012

by Walt Rivers on December 23, 2012

It wasn’t the end of the world, but it was a good outing. Fishing was slow: two strikes and landed one nice Brown Trout on a copper john nymph.

A little snow on the banks of the Jemez River
The Soda Dam in the Jemez
The Jemez River below Soda Dam on 12-21-12
The sun shining on the mountains east of the Jemez in the late afternoon


Santa Claus in SleighChuck and Wally talk about an upcoming elk hunt in northern New Mexico, finding fish in the winter in the drains along the Rio Grande in Albuquerque and Corrales, upcoming fly tying and fly fishing classes, waiting for the ice to form at Stone Lake, and finding the perfect Christmas for the hunters and fishers in your life.


New Mexico FlagChuck and Wally talk about fishing in New Mexico through the late Fall and Winter and offer some tips about preparing for your upcoming hunt.