NORTHERN N.M. FISHING REPORT.
CHARETTE LAKES: Fishing for trout was slow to fair using power bait, worms and salmon eggs. Fishing for perch was slow.
CIMARRON RIVER: Water flow below Eagle Nest Lake as of Monday was 18 cfs. Trout fishing was fair using gold spinners, elk hair caddis, copper john barrs, gold bead hares ears, worms and salmon eggs. Fishing at the Gravel Pit Lakes was slow to fair using power bait.
CLAYTON LAKE: Fishing was generally slow for all species, but one angler caught a mix of bass and walleye walleye, in medicine
walleye: see strabismus.
walleye, in zoology
walleye or walleyed pike: see perch. while using plastic worms. (See Catches of the Week.)
CONCHAS Conchas is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. The population in 2004 was 16,450 and the area is 469.46 km². The elevation is 503 m. LAKE: Fishing was slow to fair using senkos, swim baits, crank baits, jerk baits, tubes, worms and minnows for smallmouth bass and largemouth bass largemouth bass
see micropterus salmoides. . Fishing was slow to fair using liver, cut bait, shrimp and minnows for catfish. Fishing was fair using worms and poppers for bluegill bluegill: see sunfish.
Popular game fish (Lepomis macrochirus) and one of the best-known sunfishes throughout its original range, the freshwater habitats of the central and southern U.S. It has been introduced throughout the western U.S. . Fishing for white bass was slow to fair using crank baits, grubs and slab spoons. A few walleye were caught by anglers using slab spoons and bottom bouncer/night crawler Also known as a "Web crawler," "spider," "ant," "robot" (bot) and "intelligent agent," a crawler is a program that searches for information on the Web. Crawlers are widely used by Web search engines to index all the pages on a site by following the links from page to page. rigs. The best reports came from anglers fishing near the dam off steep dropoffs.
COYOTE CREEK: Trout fishing was fair using salmon eggs, homemade dough baits and corn.
EAGLE NEST LAKE: Fishing for perch was very good using worms. Anglers did well from boats and from the bank. Fishing for trout and kokanee kokanee
a freshwater salmon of lakes and rivers in W North America [after Kokanee Creek, in British Columbia] was slow, but a few good-size fish were taken by anglers trolling Christmas tree/worm combinations.
LAKE MALOYA/LAKE ALICE: Trout fishing at Lake Maloya was fair to good using Pistol Petes, spinners, wooly wool·y
adj. & n.
Variant of woolly.
Adj. 1. wooly - having a fluffy character or appearance
soft - yielding readily to pressure or weight
2. buggers and orange power bait. The bigger trout were caught by anglers fishing from boats. Fishing at Lake Alice was fair to good using orange power bait, corn and salmon eggs.
MONASTERY LAKE: Trout fishing was good using worms, power bait and salmon eggs.
MORPHY LAKE: Trout fishing was fair to good using silver spinners, white power bait, elk hair caddis and wooly buggers.
PECOS RIVER: Water flow near the town of Pecos on Monday was 34 cfs. Trout fishing was fair to good using size 16 and 18 flashback pheasant tails, copper john barrs, salmon eggs and worms.
RED RIVER: Water flow below the hatchery hatchery
a commercial establishment dedicated to the hatching of bird eggs to provide day old chicks and poults to the poultry industry.
the contents of unfertilized eggs. Used in petfood manufacture. was 58 cfs. Trout fishing above and below the hatchery was good using copper john barrs, stimulators, elk hair caddis, worms, spinners and salmon eggs.
RIO GRANDE: The water flow Monday morning at the Taos Junction Bridge was 228 cfs. Trout fishing was fair to good using hair jigs, jerk baits, orange stimulators, wooly buggers, worms and night crawlers. Fishing was fair using wooly buggers and jerk baits for smallmouth bass. Fishing for northern pike was slow to fair using jerk baits, streamers Streamers is a play by David Rabe.
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SHUREE PONDS: Trout fishing was fair using spinners, spoons, wooly buggers and Pistol Petes.
SPRINGER LAKE: Fishing was slow to fair using cut bait and liver for catfish. We had no reports on other species. The lake level has dropped considerably due to irrigation irrigation, in agriculture, artificial watering of the land. Although used chiefly in regions with annual rainfall of less than 20 in. (51 cm), it is also used in wetter areas to grow certain crops, e.g., rice. release.
UTE Ute (yt, y`tē) LAKE: Fishing continued to be very good using slab spoons for white bass. They were taken at depths of 35 to 42 feet. Fishing in the evenings for walleye was good using minnows and crank baits at 10 to 12 feet. Fishing was good using minnows and cut bait at 20 feet for catfish. Fishing for bluegill was good using worms. Fishing for smallmouth bass and largemouth bass was slow.
ABIQUIu LAKE: Fishing was generally slow for all species, but there were a few walleye and smallmouth bass caught. Best baits were bottom bouncer/night crawler rigs, jerk baits, crank baits and tubes. The best reports came from anglers fishing the upper end of the lake.
CHAMA RIVER: Monday morning water flows below El Vado and Abiquiu were 1,020 cfs and 15 cfs respectively. Trout fishing was slow.
COCHITI LAKE: Fishing was fair to good using worms for small bluegill, white bass and small smallmouth bass. The best action was reported by anglers fishing in the day use area. A few northern pike were caught by anglers using jerk bait, spinners and top water lures.
FENTON LAKE: Trout fishing was good using worms, salmon eggs and Pistol Petes, with the best success reported by anglers using worms. The water was a bit murky from recent heavy rainstorms.
HERON LAKE: Kokanee fishing was slow to fair trolling double whammies, Z Rays and Cripplures tipped with corn and trolled at 30 to 45 feet. Bank fishing and fishing for lake trout lake trout
or Mackinaw trout or Great Lakes trout or salmon trout
Large, voracious char (Salvelinus namaycush) found widely from northern Canada and Alaska to New England and the Great Lakes, usually in deep, cool lakes. was slow.
JEMEZ WATERS: Water flow on the Jemez as of Monday morning was 17 cfs near Jemez Springs. Fishing on the Jemez, upper and lower Cebolla and the San Antonio was fair using salmon eggs, humpys, beetle, ants royal wulffs and parachute adams for trout. Chernobyl ants, black beetles and parachute adams worked best for trout on the Valles Caldera National Preserve Valles Caldera National Preserve (vä`yās), 88,900 acres (36,000 hectares), N N.Mex.; est. 2000. Formerly part of the vast, privately owned Baca Ranch, the preserve lies at the heart of the Valle Grande (Jemez) Mountains and encompasses most of waters. There are fishing dates available to fish reaches 1, 2 and 4 on the San Antonio for Sept. 17-27. For more information or for reservations to fish these waters, call 866-382-5537 or visit online at www.valles
caldera caldera: see crater.
Large, bowl-shaped volcanic depression that forms when the top of a volcanic cone collapses into the space left after magma is ejected during a violent volcanic eruption. The term is Spanish for “caldron. .gov.
LAGUNA DEL CAMPO: Trout fishing was fair using salmon eggs, worms and power bait under a bobber. A few trout were also caught on Pistol Petes and spinners.
MCGAFFEY LAKE: Fishing was slow to fair using worms, liver and dough baits for catfish. We had no reports on other species.
NAVAJO LAKE: Fishing was slow to fair using wooly buggers, power worms on drop shot rigs, creature baits, crank baits and jerk baits for smallmouth bass and largemouth bass. Fishing was slow to fair using crank baits, jerk baits, spinner baits and top water lures for northern pike. The pike were scattered with reports from Francis Canyon, the Pine arm, the San Juan arm and the main lake. Fishing for kokanee was slow to fair trolling Arnies and kokanee killers tipped with corn. Most of the kokanee action was between Francis Canyon and the dam on the main lake. A few crappie crappie: see sunfish.
Either of two deep-bodied freshwater North American fish species (family Centrarchidae) that are popular as food and prized by sport fishermen. Native to the eastern U.S. were caught by anglers using minnows and jigs and fishing in Francis Canyon. A few rainbow trout rainbow trout
Species (Oncorhynchus mykiss) of fish in the salmon family (Salmonidae) noted for spectacular leaps and hard fighting when hooked. It has been introduced from western North America to many other countries. were taken on power bait fished from the bank. We had no reports on other species.
RIO PUEBLO: Water flow near Penasco as of Monday was 7 cfs. Trout fishing was fair using copper john barrs, worms and stimulators.
SAN JUAN: Water flow below Navajo Lake as of Monday morning was 754 cfs. Note: Effective on Tuesday, the entire stretch of Quality Waters will be Catch and Release only waters. Trout fishing through the Quality Waters was good using foam emergers, Griffith's gnats, annatto an·nat·to also a·nat·to
n. pl. an·nat·tos In all senses also called achiote.
1. A tropical American evergreen shrub or small tree (Bixa orellana), mays, dead chickens, RS2s, sparkle worms, parachute adams, small hair jigs, chamois chamois (shăm`ē), hollow-horned, hoofed mammal, Rupicapra rupicapra, found in the mountains of Europe and the E Mediterranean. leeches and bead head pheasant tails. Fishing through the bait waters was fair using hair jigs, jerk baits, San Juan worms, wooly buggers, Kastmasters, copper john barrs, salmon eggs and night crawlers.
TINGLEY BEACH: Fishing at the Youth and Central Ponds was very good using hot dogs, worms and stink bait for catfish. Fishing for bluegill was good using worms. Fishing for trout in the Catch and Release Pond was slow. Note: The bag limit for trout on the Youth and Central Ponds has been changed from five per day to four per day, and the possession limit has been changed from 10 trout to four trout.
CATCHES OF THE WEEK
ABIQUIu LAKE: Aug. 22, Harry Zimmerman of Abiquiu Lake caught a 29-inch, 7-pound walleye. He was trolling worms at the north end of the lake.
TINGLEY BEACH: Aug. 23, Isaiah Zamora of Albuquerque caught a 22-inch channel catfish channel catfish
channel catfish virus disease
acute herpesvirus disease of young catfish fry. There is ascites, exophthalmos and hemorrhage in the fins. Widespread in North America. . He was using stink bait.
CLAYTON LAKE: Sept. 6, Roy Ziegelgruber of Amarillo caught a 6-pound largemouth, a 4-pound largemouth and a 4.5-pound walleye. He was using plastic worms.
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