About NM Trout

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New Mexico Trout is dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of trout fishing in New Mexico’s waters through restoration of riparian habitats and through the education of the public about trout fishing and the value of trout habitats. Whether you are new to fly fishing or have years of experience, you can benefit from membership. We welcome you to get acquainted with us through our website and by joining us at our next monthly meeting.

New Mexico Trout is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and we welcome all tax-deductible contributions.

It's time to renew your membership!

renewal_noticeYour membership dues are used to pay for organization expenses (for instance, rental fees for meetings) and projects (conservation and outreach). Membership runs for a calendar year, so it's time to renew now. You can in person at our monthly meetings or renew separately. (on line)


Recent news

Rio Cebolla Workshop and BBQ - May 30, 2015
Posted on 05-15-2015
WHAT:  Our annual member BBQ will be held on Saturday, May 30 in conjunction with a stream restoration clinic led by Bill Zeedyk, an expert in wetland and stream habitats. Areas on the Rio Cebolla in the Santa Fe National Forest that we had targeted for restoration work have been closed to publ... read more...
Kids' Fishing Day at Tingley Beach
Posted on 05-14-2015
Saturday, June 6 is Free Fishing Day at Tingley Beach. We are looking for volunteers to work with kids - to teach them how to cast, to teach them how to tie flies. If you are interested, please contact Jerry Burton. The event is from 9am to noon. read more...
Annual BBQ and Stream Restoration Clinic
Posted on 04-26-2015
by Ron Loehman, Conservation Chair Save the date! Our annual BBQ will be held on Saturday, 30 May, in conjunction with a stream restoration clinic led by Bill Zeedyk, an expert in riparian and piscine habitats. Bill brings a lifetime of experience in natural resource conservation to the practice... read more...
Board Changes
Posted on 04-26-2015
The Board would like to welcome to our group Jon Goecke. Jon comes to us from his participation in the Project Healing Waters Program headed up by Dave Patton. Jon is a new resident to New Mexico and member to New Mexico Trout. He brought the idea to the board to be the club's fishmaster, his duties... read more...
Catch and Release Clinic
Posted on 04-26-2015
Article by Ron Loehman Photos by Tad Tucker and Ron Loehman "A trout is too valuable to catch only once". That quotation, from famous fly angler Lee Wulff, is the idea that brought more than forty New Mexico Trout members to the Rio Chama below El Vado Dam. There, on March 28th, Noah Parker, own... read more...