Taylor Streit has been guiding anglers in Northern New Mexico for 30 years and is a "Legendary Guide" in the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame. He has written three acclaimed fly fishing books. His son Nick runs Taos Fly Shop and was on the U.S. Junior Fly fishing team that placed second in the world competition of 1998. They employ several experienced guides who have been hand-picked and trained by Taylor on fishing NM waters. Get more informationt about our Fly Fishing and Guide Schools.
05/28/2017 - Costilla (RCCLA)Fishing was good in the slower, deep pools, once it warmed up the fish were feeding in the shallow i... more05/27/2017 - Joe Ro Ray RanchJust as the British carved up my ancestral peoples homeland of Palestine, Bob and I used a similar
... more05/27/2017 - Costilla (RCCLA)Fishing was slow in the morning with a few on stinky pinky jigs. Afternoon fish were more active, no... more05/27/2017 - Costilla (RCCLA)Fished two anglers. Caught fish in the slower, deep pools in the AM, after the river warmed up a lit... more05/26/2017 - Costilla (RCCLA)Fishing was slow before 1030am fished from second cattle guard
To bridge. Only stockers and way slo... more05/25/2017 - Costilla (RCCLA)The trip was high tension in the am. After a text from shop head guide/ spiritual leader
Ron "... more05/23/2017 - Conejos (lower RMAC)Fished one angler on Conejos private water. We were able to sight fish all day in the shallow riffle... more05/22/2017 - CimarronRainbows were rising in the morning to small brown Caddis. Afternoon success were browns on purple J... more05/14/2017 - Joe Ro Ray RanchPonds were off color, but fished well with brighter patterns, leeches, scuds, and red zebra midges. more05/13/2017 - Conejos (lower RMAC)Fished two anglers on lower RMAC, water levels were high, and clarity was tea colored. Fished strike... more