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Express UU Bar Ranch

In Northeastern New Mexico the Sangre De Cristo Mountains give way to rolling hills and grassy prairies and nestled between the two diverse terrains awaits a wide variety of angling opportunities. Here our target fish are pike, bass, rainbow trout, and brown trout. We offer fly and conventional tackle fishing trips here as well as ice fishing trips during the winter. The ice is usually thick enough to fish by mid December and can last through February. Ice fishing is great fun for families or die hard anglers looking for something a little different than a day on the river. No matter what kind of fishing you want to do,we provide quality gear and are ready to share a fun, enjoyable day with the entire group out on the ice. CONTACT US to reserve your trip!

Russ bass

Russ caught a bunch of largemouth bass from one of the ponds at Express UU Bar Ranch while fishing with FE Guides.

Joe Pike

Gorgeous pike caught with FE Guides from Express UU Bar Ranch waters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Full Day Fishing Trips: (fly, lure, or ice fishing)

1 Angler-$450, 2 Anglers-$600, 3 Anglers-$800. Fee includes private water access fees.

Includes: rods, reels, lures, tackle, and lunch. Fishing license, tax, and guide gratuity not included.

What to bring:

Warm waterproof clothes and boots (I suggest dressing in layers), warm gloves, and polarized glasses.

What to expect:

The ranch offers outstanding fishing opportunities for trout in a variety of settings. Due to the ranch having a number of lakes you’re likely to have the entire body of water to yourself. Whether fly, lure, or ice fishing these lakes; you’re sure to have a blast fishing with FE Guides at Express UU Bar Ranch! Want to try something other than fishing for trout? GREAT!! How about fishing for bass in a pond catching largemouth bass without anyone else in sight? That or we can take you fly or conventional fishing at Miami Lake or the lagoons for pike! YES we can even target them through the ice during the winter!

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