Welcome to The Santa Fe Fly Fishing School
We teach fly fishing on the Pecos River in the beautiful
Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Northern New Mexico

trout fishing pecos river bridge national monument
trout fishing pecos river bridge in summer
trout fishing pecos river at brush ranch
trout fishing pecos river bridge in fall
trout fishing pecos river bridge in winter
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If you are interested in learning to fly fish or to improve your fly fishing skills, we invite you to visit us for a day or more of private or small group instruction on the Pecos River in the beautiful Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Northern New Mexico...

 

Fly fishing education is our primary focus. We will help you develop the skills you need to be more successful at trout fishing with a fly rod. Unlike using a fishing guide, where the focus is generally catching fish, we will work with you to put together a skill set that will enable you to fish independently or to have a richer experience with a fishing guide.

 

The Pecos River originates in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains about twenty five miles north of the Village of Pecos. It flows down through ancient Precambrian and Paleozoic rocks, surrounded by the conifer and aspen forests of the Pecos Wilderness and Santa Fe National Forest, and fed by a multitude of glacial lakes and over ten tributary creeks. From April through October, this offers the outdoors enthusiast and fly fisherman an incredible diversity in hiking, horseback riding and fishing opportunities. There are dozens of miles of well developed hiking trails and trout fishing for browns, rainbows and Rio Grande cutthroats in the highland lakes, tributary creeks and all along the Pecos River from its origin down well passed the Village of Pecos.