FISHING REPORT, March 26:
Charette Lakes: Fishing was slow for all species.
Conchas Lake: Anglers who wish to do so can still launch boats from the Cannon Cove area but should use extreme caution.
Coyote Creek: No reports from anglers this week.
Eagle Nest Lake: As of Monday morning about 80 percent of the lake was still iced over but there was some open water to fish from the bank. For updated conditions contact the State Park office at 575-377-1594.
Maxwell Lake 13: The water level is down and fishing was slow for all species.
Monastery Lake: Trout fishing was good using Power Bait, salmon eggs, copper John Barrs and Panther Martins.
Morphy Lake: Opens for the season April 1. There will be no boating at this time due to low water levels but bank fishing should be great.
Pecos River: Water flow on Monday near the town of Pecos was 16 cfs. Trout fishing was good using copper John Barrs, prince nymphs and salmon eggs.
Red River: Water flow below the hatchery was 31 cfs. Trout fishing was slow to fair using copper John Barrs and salmon eggs.
Rio Mora: No reports.
Santa Rosa Lake: Fishing was fair using jigs, grubs, swim baits and nightcrawlers for a mixed bag of walleye and crappie. We had no reports on other species. Closed to boating at this time
Springer Lake: Fishing was slow to fair using cut bait for northern pike.
Storrie Lake: The latest cold spell has created a thin layer of ice on the lake in the early morning hours but there has been plenty of open water to fish by late morning each day. Fishing was slow for all species with very light fishing pressure.
Source: New Mexico Department of Game and Fish