Whether fishing from a boat or from a remote shoreline, fishing is great at Navajo State Park.
Catfish, crappie, large-mouth and small-mouth bass swim in the shallows and near the lake surface. Kokanee salmon, northern pike and many varieties of trout are found in deep waters.
Check with the Two Rivers Marina or the Visitor Center for the current fishing report, or call the park at (970) 883-2208.
If you plan to test the waters across the state line, be sure you have a New Mexico fishing license.
For your convenience the Visitor Center sells both New Mexico and Colorado fishing licenses. Picture ID is required for CO licenses, and a credit or debit card is necessary for purchasing a NM License. A social security number is required for both.
Parking lots off CO HWY 151 and County Road 500 to Pagosa Junction give access to good fishing spots on the Piedra and San Juan Rivers. View Navajo area map and Outlying area map for locations.