It is time to start thinking about your trips for 2016. At Fly Fish Arizona and Beyond we host trips all around the world. Our first booking for this year will be to the San Juan River. We are staying at The Soaring Eagle Lodge which is not only the nicest lodge on the river, but the only one with private water access and gourmet meals.
Here is the information.
San Juan River New Mexico
April 7-10, 2016
Get ready for that first great trip of 2016! Fly Fish Arizona and Beyond is happy to announce the dates for our next San Juan outing. For those of you who have traveled with us in the past, you know we have high expectations for our trips. This year we are will be staying at the famed Soaring Eagle Lodge, sitting directly on the banks of the San Juan River.
Situated in the Northwest corner of New Mexico, the San Juan River is one of the most well-known tailwater fisheries in the West. With cold 42 degree water an estimated 15,000 fish per mile in the upper sections, the San Juan is hard to beat. Spring is a great time to fish for big hungry trout that have had the winter off from heavy fishing pressure. Come join us for a great time on the Juan.
The cost of the trip is $880 per angler based on double occupancy. The price includes three nights lodging; two days guided fishing and all meals. Breakfast and dinner are served at the lodge in “Jake’s Place” for a comfortable sit down meal. Lunches are with your guides on the river. The rooms are very comfortable with satellite TV and Wi-Fi.
We hand pick the guides for our outing and have some of the finest on the river. They are all very experienced and can accommodate all levels of anglers. Depending on conditions, you and your partner may have the option to float or wade the river. Either way, these guides work exceptionally hard to put you on fish.
Spots are filling fast. Don’t miss out on this great trip. a 50% deposit holds your spot and the rest is due at the time of the trip. If you would like more details, email us at email@example.com
We last did this trip in the spring of 2014 and below are some photos of that amazing trip.