Quagga and Zebra Mussels Close in on New Mexico
From the January 2016 newsletter New Mexico is on the verge of an invasion of nonnative plant and animal species that threaten the health and quality of our waters. Although ...
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El Niño Visits New Mexico

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From the January 2016 newsletter A warming trend in the Pacific has spawned a wet season for the Southwest, including New Mexico. Every one of the state’s river basins have ...
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Animas River Update

Animas River Update
Nearly two months after the Gold King mine spill, the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish biologists say fish caught in sections of the Animas and San Juan rivers ...
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NMDGF Stocking Larger Trout

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From the August/September 2015 Newsletter The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish (NMDGF) has been executing a program to stock larger fish in local waters over recent years. The ...
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Browns

Browns
by Jerry Burton, NMT President from the December 2014 Newsletter The Vivegash fire in 2000 burned approximately 38,000 acres in the headwaters of Cow Creek. While some of the headwaters ...
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Trip Report: Fishing the Rio Chama Below El Vado Dam
by Ron Loehman From the October/November 2014 Newsletter Earlier this year I was the successful bidder in an on-line auction for a guided fishing trip donated to the New Mexico ...
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Cowles Fishing Reopens 

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Cowles Ponds in the upper Pecos Canyon 20 miles north of Pecos are open to the public again, featuring a ramp and path designed for people who use wheelchairs. The ponds were closed The ...
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