Would you like to try something a bit different and very exciting? We sometimes offer guided trips on incredible Navajo Lake, NM, which is a rocky, deep blue water reservoir. We offer outstanding fly fishing and light tackle fishing for smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, northern pike, carp and even crappie.
With our fast and comfortable boat, you'll be right up front on our level bow casting your light tackle to our local bruisers in top style. Our vast fish catching knowledge on the remarkable Navajo Reservoir will be an experience you will always remember for many years to come and those memories will bring you back to fish with us again and again.
Let's talk smallmouth bass. The Navajo smallmouth bass start turning on from late April into early May when the water temperature goes above 50 degrees. The Navajo top water action for smallmouth bass starts when the water temperature is 57 degrees and above. This usually starts around mid May and continues all the way into October. There is nothing like catching these aggressive hard fighting smallies on poppers. Navajo Lake previously held the New Mexico state record
Because this is a deep cooler lake, our largemouth bass populations are fewer in numbers than the smallmouth, but when they are biting they are usually a lot larger with good opportunities at catching a legitimate 6 to 10 pound lunker. Navajo Lake also produces fantastic light tackle opportunities for both pike and carp anglers. Have you ever wanted to test your fly fishing or light tackle skills on a bulldogging giant fish? Our Navajo Fishing Guide Service allows you to fish with someone that loves light tackle fishing as much as you do and will help you tangle with the tackle busters you have always dreamed of. Folks, we know where they hide. With virtually everything provided, this is the best way to spend some of your New Mexico vacation time catching fish!