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Dates: February 24th(optional), 25th, & 26th Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Cost: 2 Nights $375
3 Nights $424
Guided Float Trip, 2 Nights Lodging, 1 Breakfast, 12 Flies
So as im writing this it cold out and dumping snow in Boulder and all I can think about is wetting a line. So were going to run down to some warmer weather and sunny skies, as long as the weather behaves, in glorious state of New Mexico. As it stands we have rooms reserved, for Friday night and Saturday night. Drive into the night its about 7 hours from Boulder (transportation is up to you), then crash at the hotel, wake up have breakfast which is included, and hop into driftboats. Float downstream from texas hole to the end of the quality water. This is a good way to get the best information from the guides on where the fish are holding, what they are eating, and how to target them. Then get up the next day and do it on your own and drive back that evening or stay one more night and take your time getting home on Monday.
2 Nights Lodging with an option of 3 nights. I will be there Thursday night, fish all day friday (anyone is welcome to come and join up for the day, in fact id encourage it), then meet up with you all Friday night to get ready for the next day. Saturday Float with the guides, these guides have been doing this their whole life and know it better than anyone else. Wake up, have a warm breakfast the morning before the float, one less thing for you all to have to think about. Get 12 Flies from the guides to fish while on the float trip and the next day as well. Get going early Sunday morning and get as much fishing in as you would like to do, before making the drive home.
*Guide Gratuity is not included in price.
*Price is based upon Double Occupancy Rooms
Working the upper flats with Navajo Damn as the backdrop on a warm early March Day.
The famed Texas Hole, where nearly every guide trip starts.
Releasing another gorgous bow from the Juan, this one fell victim to a sz 18 beatis.
Cookie cutter, I think not, unless you take a look at the average size of these fish, all big!