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The Taos News - - SPORTS -

Abiquiu Lake: We had no re­ports from an­glers this week.

An­i­mas River: Water flow below Aztec on Mon­day morn­ing was 300 cfs. Trout fish­ing was fair to good us­ing Pow­erBait, worms and salmon eggs.

Al­bu­querque Area Drains: We had no re­ports from an­glers this week.

Blue­wa­ter Lake: Fish­ing was fair us­ing large swim bait for tiger muskie. Fish­ing was good us­ing night crawlers, hot dogs and liver for cat­fish. We had no re­ports on other species. Fish­ing pres­sure has been light.

Bra­zos River: We had no re­ports from an­glers this week.

Can­jilon Lakes: Trout fish­ing was slow to fair us­ing Pow­erBait, worms and Fire Balls.

Chama River: Mon­day morn­ing flows below El Vado and Abiquiu were 107 cfs and 102 cfs, re­spec­tively. Trout fish­ing below El Vado was good us­ing worms, Pow­erBait, salmon eggs, cop­per John Barrs, and woolly worms and for brown and rain­bow trout. An­glers us­ing worms also re­ported catch­ing a few perch. Fish­ing below Abiquiu was good us­ing worms, salmon eggs and small bead head nymphs for trout.

Co­chiti Lake: We had no re­ports from an­glers this week.

El Vado Lake: Fish­ing was slow. Fish­ing pres­sure was light.

Fen­ton Lake: Fish­ing was fair us­ing salmon eggs, Pow­erBait, worms, gold and sil­ver spin­ners, black woolly bug­gers and Pis­tol Petes for trout.

Heron Lake: Fish­ing was slow to fair us­ing Pow­erBait and roe sacs for rain­bow trout. We had no re­ports on other species. Fish­ing pres­sure was light.

Jack­son Lake: We had no re­ports from an­glers this week.

Je­mez Wa­ters: Stream­flow near the town of Je­mez on Mon­day morn­ing was 19.1 cfs. Fish­ing on the Je­mez and the East Fork was fair to good us­ing worms, cop­per John Barrs and salmon eggs for brown and rain­bow trout. We had no re­ports on other streams.

La­guna del Campo: Closed for the sea­son.

La­gu­ni­tas Lakes: We had no re­ports from an­glers this week.

Lake Farm­ing­ton: Fish­ing was slow for all species.

Man­zano Lake: Fish­ing was slow for all species.

Navajo Lake: HOT SPOT FOR KOKA­NEE SNAG­GING: Mathew Med­ina re­ported that he and Am­byre Med­ina of Al­bu­querque had their lim­its within one and a half hours on Nov. 4 and many other an­glers had the same suc­cess. Fish­ing was fair to good us­ing roe sacs for trout. Fish­ing was fair to good us­ing jig and grub com­bi­na­tions, senkos and worms for small­mouth bass and large­mouth bass. Fish­ing was fair us­ing swim baits, crank baits and jigs for north­ern pike. Des­ig­nated no-wake ar­eas are closed from Oc­to­ber 1 through Novem­ber 8.

San Gre­go­rio Lake: We had no re­ports from an­glers this week.

San Juan River: Stream­flow below Navajo Lake on Mon­day morn­ing was 324 cfs. Fish­ing was very good us­ing RS2s, ze­bra midges, small bead­head pheas­ant tails, black ants, red an­nelids and small egg pat­terns for brown and rain­bow trout. Through the Bait Wa­ters, trout fish­ing was good us­ing worms, Pow­erBait, Fire Balls, egg pat­terns and small gold spoons.

Seven Springs Brood Pond: We had no re­ports from an­glers this week.

Tingley Beach: Fish­ing was slow to fair us­ing Pow­erBait and salmon eggs for trout. We had no other re­ports.

Trout Lakes: We had no re­ports from an­glers this week.

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