Knights of Columbus Duck Race Saturday. A fun family day with kids’ games, prize drawings, food and the duck race down the San Juan River. Purchase a chance on a duck to win $1000, $500 or $250.
We have stocked the river once this year, before run-off. We’re stocking again soon, now that run-off is almost over. We’ll have a public promoted stocking around July 4th, and then another stocking around labor day/fall. We take donations anytime, made out to the Pagosa Quality Fishing Project, dropped off at the Ski and Bow […]
This mill is much the same type and size that Pagosa Country had in many locations in the forest. THE LUMBER DAYS with Margaret Archuleta-Daugaard Pagosa was a lumbering community. Small, portable sawmills were located in various areas and moved about as new roads were built to transport stands of good timber. The workers […]
Fishing in town is proving good for flyfisherpersons. Get your’s now before the river gets high and fast.
The old hot spring “Hippy Dip” is a popular stop for river traffic this summer. Fed by overflow the pool changes through the season as folks build new stone pool shapes.
A classic beach pose and scene directed by your friends.
The “Tubus Maximus’ bus is gaining milage this season taking tubers up river for a float through town.
Joesph Rivas is stocking Hatcher Lake with The White Amur or common name of Grass Carp (Ctenopharyngodon idella). Sterile hybrid used to control aquatic vegetation.
Traffic along the San Juan River in Pagosa Springs Colorado has increased to the point that an alert businessman is placing signs for all river users to see. We think he may need a taller sign!
Recreation in downtown Pagosa Springs continues to improve for all seasons. Not only will visitors and locals like enjoy the new sledding and snowboarding runs on Reservoir Hill, but kayakers, rafters and tubers will love the new whitewater features on the San Juan River come this Spring and Summer. Two weeks ago, Chris Pitcher of Riverbend […]