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Albuquerque Area Fishing Sponsored by
Date 13-Dec-17
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Conditions : Albuquerque Area Fishing: Albuquerque Area Drains: Fishing in the Albuquerque, Albuquerque South, Bernalillo and Peralta drains was very good using worms, PowerBait, Fire Balls and custom tied nymphs for trout. Drifting bait with a single split shot worked well for most anglers. We had no reports on other species.

Tingley Beach: Fishing at the Youth and Central ponds was very good this past week using PowerBait, salmon eggs, meal worms and Pistol Petes for trout. Some anglers did well fishing just off the bottom while others were using worms and salmon eggs under a bobber. Fishing at the Bob Gerding Catch and Release Pond was good using small leech patterns, San Juan worms and small streamers for trout. We had no other reports.

Reported by: New Mexico F&G, Isleta Lakes

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About: - Isleta Lakes & Recreation Area offers fishing in one of our two beautiful (and fully stocked) lakes. Chanel Catfish fishing in the spring and summer and Rainbow Trout fishing in the fall and winter.

Sandia Lakes Recreation Area is a carefully maintained multi-use park covering 40 acres of mature cottonwood bosque along the Rio Grande River. Located on NM 313, just north of the intersection of 2nd and 4th streets, it offers an ideal escape from the urban environment. Visitors can enjoy year-round fishing, cool, shaded picnicking, or just strolling on improved trails through one of the oldest bosques in the southwest.
Trout are stocked during the cooler months of October through May. Catfish are stocked during the warmer months of June through September. Largemouth bass are also in the lakes, reproducing naturally. A state fishing license is not required.

Tingley Beach has three fishing ponds which are stocked about every two weeks by the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish
The fishing year is April 1 to March 31.


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