Guided Trips

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

Full Day

1 Person                                 $425


2 Person                                 $475

3 Person                                 $525

Full Day Float Trip 

1 Person                                 $400


2 Person                                 $450

Private Water

Depending on the venue, private water will be a $60-$120 charge per rod, plus daily rates. 

Half Day Float Trip (4 Hours)

1 Person                                 $300


2 Person                                 $350

As a convenience to clients, an online booking system has been integrated into the site. When selecting from the options be sure to only purchase "1 ticket" per trip. 

A $100 non refundable deposit will be taken to hold the date (plus taxes and fees).

Cancellations: In the event you need to cancel a trip, the deposit will be retained and credited to a trip at a later date. 

Whats Included:

On all trips, rods, leaders, tippet, and flies are provided. On half day trips water and light refreshment will also be provided. A hearty lunch (not bologna sandwiches, unless you're into that) is also included on a full day trip. Trip costs exclude licenses, fees, and gratuities (always appreciated). 

***Currently lunch is NOT provided due to COVID-19. ***

What to Bring:

  • Polarized Sun Glasses

  • Dress in Layers

  • Rain Gear

  • Fishing License  

  • Brimmed Hat 

  • Positive Mental Attitude           (not mandatory but strongly encouraged for best possible outcome)

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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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