Save the date! 2022 Conclave scheduled!

Save the date! 2022 Conclave scheduled!

If you are looking to mark your calendar now the date for the 2022 Conclave will be February 19th 2022 ... Read More
September 2021 General Meeting

September 2021 General Meeting

In person meetings are back! Join us September 14 for a fly-tying demonstration and bring your fish stories to share ... Read More
River Cleanup - Jemez & San Antonio

River Cleanup – Jemez & San Antonio

The Bosque Chapter of Trout Unlimited has invited us to join them on a cleanup of the Rio Jemez and San Antonio near the Battleship Rock picnic area - July 30 ... Read More
Volunteers needed for fence construction and repair in the Jemez Mountains

Volunteers needed for fence construction and repair in the Jemez Mountains

The San Diego Cattle Grazing Association has asked for volunteers to help repair a fence that completes a gap between Stable and Schoolhouse Mesas east of the Rio Guadalupe canyon – July 23, 24, 25 ... Read More
April General Meeting

April General Meeting

The April 2021 online meeting will feature Derick from Black Canyon Anglers for a presentation on opportunities to fish and explore the near by Black Canyon ... Read More
Meet the Board - Jan Rosenthal & Elizabeth Noyes, Newsletter Editors

Meet the Board – Jan Rosenthal & Elizabeth Noyes, Newsletter Editors

We are lucky to have two women taking up the all-important job of sending out the newsletter. Jan is an electronics technical evaluator and Elizabeth is a retired veterinarian. Be sure to send them your news and articles ... Read More
March General Meeting

March General Meeting

The March 2021 online meeting will feature Gary Calkins, NMDGF will give us an update on the Open Gate Program ... Read More
Rio Guadalupe Nominated for Outstanding National Resource Water

Rio Guadalupe Nominated for Outstanding National Resource Water

by Ron Loehman, Conservation Chair The following is an excerpt from the NM Trout’s testimonial submitted in support of the Rio Guadalupe nomination as Outstanding National Resource Water (ONRW). The Rio Guadalupe exhibits all of the characteristics of an Outstanding National Resource Water. It is a delightful, free-flowing stream with high water quality in an exceptional scenic setting that is a treasured recreational resource. The Rio Guadalupe arises at about 7200 feet in elevation in New Mexico’s Jemez Mountains at the confluence of the Rio Cebolla and the Rio de las Vacas, the site of the old settlement of Porter’s ... Read More