Your guide to the best and highest rated New Mexico fishing books to help make you next fishing trip successful. Whether you're fishing locally or in the high mountains these New Mexico fishing books will sure to help make you next New Mexico fishing outings a great experience by utilizing the top official New Mexico Fishing Books and Guides.
These official New Mexico Fishing Books & Guides will highlight the freshwater fishing lakes in New Mexico that will include lake maps, types of fish, fishing techniques, tackle, bait, gear and more. These fishing books go in-depth to give you the materials to you need to be success in your next fishing trip in New Mexico.
Fishing in New Mexico
New Mexico is an angler's delight. It has more than a thousand miles of fishable creeks, streams, and rivers and almost a quarter-million surface acres of lakes and reservoirs. This book is a complete guide to fishing in all of these waters.
Over two hundred public, private, and Indian reservation-fishing areas are covered. From the state's two best-known fishing areas--the San Juan river and Elephant Butte Reservoir--to all of the waters associated with the state's ten drainages, this book provides detailed information for each site on location, size, depth, shoreline description, fish species, suggested angling techniques, seasonal fishing reports, road access, camping and boating facilities, and handicapped accessibility.
This book is sure to become indispensable to two types of anglers: beginners, young and old, who want to take up the sport, and veterans--including newcomers to the state--who seek up-to-date information on all species of coldwater and warm water sport fish in New Mexico.
Fly Fishing New Mexico
Fly Fishing in the Land of Enchantment? This guide helps you quickly absorb the essential information you'll need to fly fish New Mexico's twenty most outstanding waters. Why No Nonsense? You'll save time. In a few moments you'll know how and where to fly fish in New Mexico. Detailed, hand-drawn maps annotated by the author, show you where to fish and how to get there. Read this guide and you'll want to go fly fishing in New Mexico. Read this guide and you'll know ""how"" to go fly fishing in New Mexico. Pack this guide in your car or take it to the water's edge for ready reference.
Since 1970, Mr. Streit has been New Mexico's foremost fly fishing authority and professional guide. He's developed many fly patterns used throughout the region. Taylor reopened the Taos Fly Shop with his son Nick.
Flyfisher's Guide to New Mexico
From high mountain lakes and streams to wild river canyons, and from large reservoirs to sprawling private ranches, New Mexico has an abundance of quality flyfishing opportunities without the crowds. New Mexico offers the finest variety of opportunities for catching numerous species of fish. It would be difficult to find another state that has the unique blend of magnificent scenery, beautiful weather and excellent flyfishing on a year-round basis.
The Lakes of New Mexico
This comprehensive guide to the lakes in New Mexico's mountains, foothills, and deserts covers bodies of water accessible by foot, car, and recreational vehicle. The guide locates each lake, shows its proximity to Albuquerque and a few major cities bordering the state, and acquaints the reader with the area's facilities and privileges. For each lake, a single descriptive page provides the following: a map and written directions to the lake from Albuquerque; the lake's surface area and elevation, camping facilities, fish species, emergency numbers, and other details; a chart of activities and facilities available around and on the lake; and special fees, rules, and regulations. Six appendices detail state and federal regulations for camping, fishing, and boating.
The San Juan River Fly Fishing Guide
Below Navajo Dam, New Mexico
The San Juan River Fly Fishing Guide thoroughly covers the amazing trout water below Navajo Dam, New Mexico. It includes information on the areas insect life, fly patterns, float trips, tips and technique, a detailed map and more.
Other Great Fishing Books
The Total Fishing Manual by Field & Stream
317 Essential Fishing Skills (Field & Stream)
When it comes to fishing, nobody knows more than the writers and editors at Field & Stream magazine--unless it's the local guides, prizewinners, and other experts they interviewed for this book. The Total Fishing Manual is chock full of 317 field-tested tools, techniques and tactics, collected and written by the Field & Stream editors and accompanied by amazing photos and handy illustrations.
The Scouting Guide to Basic Fishing
200 Essential Skills for Selecting Tackle, Tying Knots, Casting, and Catching Fish (A BSA Scouting Guide)
An Officially-Licensed Book of the Boy Scouts of America. Rex shares his more than 20 years of experience. You will learn: the most up-to-date information on which waters hold trout; when is the best time to fish each water; what species you will find; hatches; the best presentations to fish these sometimes tricky waters; special safety tips; useful maps; average flows; and much more. Arizona fly fishermen know what they have--streams that hold wild trout that can be fished for in shirt sleeves year round, So whether you are an Arizona resident or just there on business, get Arizona Trout--A Fly Fishing Guide so you know where to find the best trout fishing. 8 1/2 x 11, color insert.
What’s almost as good as going fishing? Hearing, telling, and swapping great fish stories. Shaun Morey is a fisherman, a connoisseur of fish stories, and a journalist with a novelist’s eye (and vice versa) in this collection of over 100 incredible (and true!) fishing stories.
Here are Remarkable Catches—like the time Billy Sandifer caught a 1,000-pound tiger shark in the surf (he released it after nabbing a souvenir tooth). Grueling Battles—like Bob Ploeger’s record-breaking 37-hour fight with a Pacific salmon. Hilarious Feats of Bravery, like the exploits of Matt Watson, who leapt out of a helicopter to land on the back of a marlin. And, in what can only be considered poetic justice, Shocking Acts of Fish Aggression, like Mitchell Lee Franklin’s visit to the emergency room with a 5-pound catfish attached to his chest via an impaled dorsal fin. Includes illustrations, photos, and links to videos on the author’s website.