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Ideas about where to fish are often the result of a fishing report - either by the media or from friends. But that fish has already been caught. Better to call a fly shop and ask what they think is about to happen. Or check out how a commercial fly angler (a guide) goes about this very important aspect of the game.

For almost half a century, Taylor Streit has been harassing trout on the Red River. And for much of that time, he was also harassing officials at the Questa molybdenum mine — a major contributor of toxic contamination that would periodically wipe …

Taylor Streit owns and operates the guide business Streit Fly Fishing which he operates out of Taos Fly Shop. Guiding fly fishers in Northern New Mexico for 30 years, he is in the Freshwater Fishing Hall Fame.

Taylor Streit owns and operates the guide business Streit Fly Fishing which he operates out of Taos Fly Shop. Guiding fly fishers in Northern New Mexico for 30 years, he is in the Freshwater Fishing Hall Fame.

Longtime fly fishing guide and author Taylor Streit will give  back-to-back presentations Saturday, June 8 on “Fly Fishing: A Peaceful Adventure,” at Taos Public Library in the Community Room from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The first will be a slide …

The Río Chama is the largest tributary to the Río Grande in New Mexico. It begins high in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains, 20 miles north of Chama. As it leaves the mountains it’s nature changes as it flows through farmland, sandstone canyons …

The dog days of summer are upon us and the fish are not happy about it. A particularly dry and hot start to the summer has left many rivers suffering from low, warm water. Gone are the days where stupid fish come willingly to any fly you throw at …

Many of the places I prefer to fish are hard to get to, out-of- the way spots. Though New Mexico has many of these ‘secret spots” we also have some more well-known ones. Places like the Valle Vidal and the Cimarrón can be quite busy around this …