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San Juan River Fly Fishing with Mike Mora

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The San Juan River in New Mexico is one of the finest tailwater fisheries anywhere! The 4.25 miles of San Juan river quality water below Navajo Dam holds over 80,000 trout. An average San Juan river trout is 17", but fish over 20" are abundant. To fool these selective San Juan trout requires tiny flies, fine tippets, proper presentation and attention to detail. My first San Juan river fly fishing trip over 26 years ago left me skunked. Since then, I've learned a great deal about fly fishing and fly tying on the San Juan river in New Mexico as well as other tailwaters.  This site is dedicated to sharing helpful information on the San Juan river and related fly fishing and fly tying resources.  Within the site you'll find fishing reports, information on hatches, fly patterns, tips & techniques, the latest news, FAQs and answers, an informative discussion forum, fishing photos, and guide service and lodging information.  Browse around and find out why so many fisherman from around the world are attracted to fly fishing the San Juan River.

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