March 2nd Main Lake Water Temp. Low 40s
The Lake elevation is 3776.56 Storage is 137,600 acre ft.
The Main Lake is clear.
The New Mexico State Parks are now open to all visitors for day use and camping. The resveration sites are the only ones open at this time so you must make a reservation ahead of time. One of their "rules" is there will not be any large events allowed, so right now I don't know what effect this has on tournaments. I suppose it depends on the definition of "large".
Fishing is slow for all species right now. The surface temperature is right at 40 degrees so not much is happening yet.
I returned from a flying trip to our supplier in Oklahoma last week and I am pretty excited about new items that I picked up while I was there. It looks like a lot of the manufactures are still not shipping well so it may be another challenging year as far as having some items on hand. I will do my best to keep the items that you need on the shelf.
We now have Large Minnows and Nightcrawlers in stock.
The Yum Spine Craw is one of the new items that I am excited about It is a good looking bait and the price is affordable at $2.99 per package.
The Yum Spine Craw is built for speed with compact body and a tight, rapid movement through the water. The 3.75 inch craw features angled appendages along the body that serve two purposes. First, they displace more water. Secondly, they slow the Spine Craw's descent through the water column-which allows anglers to use a heavier weight when yipping for more accuracy. But the Spine Craw isn't just a yipping bait, it works as a trailer and can be Texas or Carolina rigged. 8/pkg.
Until next week,
TIGHT LINES, GOOD FISHING, AND "MAKE 'EM BITE"!
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