About Trout offers half and full day walk/wade trips and full day float/wade trips on the San Juan
Half Day (4 Hours)
1 Person $325
2 Person $375
3 Person $425
Half Day Float Trip (4 Hours)
1 Person $325
2 Person $395
1 Person $425
2 Person $475
3 Person $525
Full Day Float Trip
1 Person $425
2 Person $495
Extra Full Day 1 or 2 $ 650
(Summer Only 10+hours
Lower River $50
Depending on the venue, private water will be a $60-$120 charge per rod, plus daily rates.
We require a 50% deposit upon booking. The balance is due 2 days (48 hours) before the trip online or via card reader day of trip.Your deposit is fully refundable if you cancel 30 days or more prior to your trip. If you cancel less then 30 days prior to your trip, we will credit your deposit toward a future trip. In the event that the river is unfishable due to high flows, we will reschedule and we will apply your deposit to your next trip.
On all trips, rods, leaders, tippet, and flies are provided. On half day trips water and light refreshment will also be provided. Lunch is not included on trips but guides will have water and/or other beverages. Lunch can be added a la carte if desired. Trip costs exclude licenses, fees, and gratuities (always appreciated).
What to Bring:
Polarized Sun Glasses
Dress in Layers
Positive Mental Attitude (not mandatory but strongly encouraged for best possible outcome)
We want to make your adventure on the water one you will remember for all the right reasons.
Please call 575 779 0465 if you have any further questions or special requests.
- James Garrettson About Trout Owner/Guide
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