The fishing on the lower Costilla has been fantastic this year for beautiful cutbows in the 14-16" range. As long as it does not get too cold, the fishing should remain excellent.

 Beginning in 2012, Aurelio is starting his own guide business. He will guide on Forest Service land, BLM land and private free stone streams for native and wild fish.
There will be a $50 discount on guide fees for those who lodge with us.
For guiding on the Conejos, we highly recommend Spencer Seims of Zia Fly
Thanks to Grant, we will have some great water to guide on for a $75 rod fee in southern Colorado.
Taos Fly Shop
When  you visit the area, do not forget to stop here for your fishing supplies and information. The shop has a great staff and family atmosphere that you can't get anywhere else. They even carry a fine line of fiberglass rods in the ECHO brand. The 6' 9"  3 WT. is perfect for the Costilla and other small streams in the area. 

FISHING REPORT by fishing guide, Aurelio Corso, on the streams of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado


Too cold for fishing but great for sledding.


The Costilla is getting a little too cold and is starting to ice up. Best bet is the Red River.


With the great weather, the lower Rio Costilla has been fishing great. 


Had a great couple of hours this afternoon on the lower Costilla by us. Caught over a dozen cutbows between  12 and 15" and one 16" rainbow.


Fished the upper Culebra with my buddy, Manuel,and the brookie fishing was fantastic.