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Ken Morrow (phwffsouth)

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I have cut off my association with Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing and Mesilla Valley Fly Fishers for ethical reasons. I'm a disabled vet, writer, and retired outdoors sports/rec executive. I am an avid teacher of fly fishing and tying, conservationist, and former wingshooting outfitter.
State: Texas.
City: El Paso
                   

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Ken Morrow (phwffsouth) reported - 1 - Excellent fly fishing on the Snake River, Colorado
I fished the Snake at Keystone yesterday evening. This is sort of a suburban, canned trout fishing experience in a resort setting, but it is beautiful, easy, and uncrowded on a holiday weekend. So it was enjoyable. I caught about a dozen rainbows in about 3 hours. I could have caught several more, but I spent about 90 minutes on the phone with my wife during the peak of the hatch and feeding activity. Trout were rising to midges, small caddis, etc. I took all of my fish on a dry fly with no dropper. (08/30/08)
Ken Morrow (phwffsouth) reported - 2 - Good fly fishing on the Conejos River, Colorado
The river is still running high for this time of year. So nymph fishing is the most productive. Dry fly action is sporadic at best. In 4 days, I caught 1 fish on a dry fly. I caught many on the dropper under a dry, but most on a dual nymph rig. Large, heavy stonefly nymphs with a small mayfly, caddis, or midge trailer is the best combination. (08/28/08)
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Andy Idema (aidema) wrote a description for the Percha Dam State Park, New Mexico
this relatively small, wooded state park just off of i-25 provides excellent access to a tailrace on the lower rio grande 20 miles south of truth or consequences, nm. wading access is easy via drive-up parking and a trail system. day use fee is $5/vehicle. on-site camping is available. fly fish for walleye, white bass, crappie, and other panfish...and possibly the sporadic trout. fishing is best during and following water releases from caballo dam at truth or consequences. the park is open yearround. (02/23/09)
B. T. (sockeyebob) wrote a description for the Percha Dam State Park, New Mexico
this relatively small, wooded state park just off of i-25 provides excellent access to a tailrace on the lower rio grande 20 miles south of truth or consequences, nm. wading access is easy via drive-up parking and a trail system. day use fee is $5/vehicle. on-site camping is available. fly fish for walleye, white bass, crappie, and other panfish...and possibly the sporadic trout. fishing is best during and following water releases from caballo dam at truth or consequences. the park is open yearround. (02/23/09)
jack king (jmking) wrote a description for the Percha Dam State Park, New Mexico
this relatively small, wooded state park just off of i-25 provides excellent access to a tailrace on the lower rio grande 20 miles south of truth or consequences, nm. wading access is easy via drive-up parking and a trail system. day use fee is $5/vehicle. on-site camping is available. fly fish for walleye, white bass, crappie, and other panfish...and possibly the sporadic trout. fishing is best during and following water releases from caballo dam at truth or consequences. the park is open yearround. (02/23/09)
Mark Hoekstra (hoeky) wrote a description for the Percha Dam State Park, New Mexico
this relatively small, wooded state park just off of i-25 provides excellent access to a tailrace on the lower rio grande 20 miles south of truth or consequences, nm. wading access is easy via drive-up parking and a trail system. day use fee is $5/vehicle. on-site camping is available. fly fish for walleye, white bass, crappie, and other panfish...and possibly the sporadic trout. fishing is best during and following water releases from caballo dam at truth or consequences. the park is open yearround. (02/23/09)
Paul Eberhart (coldwater) wrote a description for the Percha Dam State Park, New Mexico
this relatively small, wooded state park just off of i-25 provides excellent access to a tailrace on the lower rio grande 20 miles south of truth or consequences, nm. wading access is easy via drive-up parking and a trail system. day use fee is $5/vehicle. on-site camping is available. fly fish for walleye, white bass, crappie, and other panfish...and possibly the sporadic trout. fishing is best during and following water releases from caballo dam at truth or consequences. the park is open yearround. (02/23/09)
Andrew Sears (eastwalkerguide) wrote a description for the Percha Dam State Park, New Mexico
this relatively small, wooded state park just off of i-25 provides excellent access to a tailrace on the lower rio grande 20 miles south of truth or consequences, nm. wading access is easy via drive-up parking and a trail system. day use fee is $5/vehicle. on-site camping is available. fly fish for walleye, white bass, crappie, and other panfish...and possibly the sporadic trout. fishing is best during and following water releases from caballo dam at truth or consequences. the park is open yearround. (02/23/09)
Tray Shields (Shieeds) wrote a description for the Percha Dam State Park, New Mexico
this relatively small, wooded state park just off of i-25 provides excellent access to a tailrace on the lower rio grande 20 miles south of truth or consequences, nm. wading access is easy via drive-up parking and a trail system. day use fee is $5/vehicle. on-site camping is available. fly fish for walleye, white bass, crappie, and other panfish...and possibly the sporadic trout. fishing is best during and following water releases from caballo dam at truth or consequences. the park is open yearround. (02/23/09)
Tom Hoekstra (thoekstra23) wrote a description for the Percha Dam State Park, New Mexico
this relatively small, wooded state park just off of i-25 provides excellent access to a tailrace on the lower rio grande 20 miles south of truth or consequences, nm. wading access is easy via drive-up parking and a trail system. day use fee is $5/vehicle. on-site camping is available. fly fish for walleye, white bass, crappie, and other panfish...and possibly the sporadic trout. fishing is best during and following water releases from caballo dam at truth or consequences. the park is open yearround. (02/23/09)
Chris Miller (thumperboy) wrote a description for the Percha Dam State Park, New Mexico
this relatively small, wooded state park just off of i-25 provides excellent access to a tailrace on the lower rio grande 20 miles south of truth or consequences, nm. wading access is easy via drive-up parking and a trail system. day use fee is $5/vehicle. on-site camping is available. fly fish for walleye, white bass, crappie, and other panfish...and possibly the sporadic trout. fishing is best during and following water releases from caballo dam at truth or consequences. the park is open yearround. (02/23/09)
Judy McCann (jmccann113) wrote a description for the Percha Dam State Park, New Mexico
this relatively small, wooded state park just off of i-25 provides excellent access to a tailrace on the lower rio grande 20 miles south of truth or consequences, nm. wading access is easy via drive-up parking and a trail system. day use fee is $5/vehicle. on-site camping is available. fly fish for walleye, white bass, crappie, and other panfish...and possibly the sporadic trout. fishing is best during and following water releases from caballo dam at truth or consequences. the park is open yearround. (02/23/09)
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