Your Trip Checklist

Resolution Guide Service will provide high end fishing tackle and nearly everything else you need for a day out fishing on the San Juan River or Navajo Lake. Over the years we have found that our clients are more comfortable when they bring a few of their own personal items and clothing, so we would like to offer this checklist of things to pack for a day or week of exciting fishing in New Mexico!


Although we provide rods, flies,  and other tackle you will need for your adventure, many clients of all skill levels sometimes feel more comfortable using their own gear.

  • Camera (You will need it!)
  • Small pack for your personal items
  • We recommend bringing your own Waders and Boots. (We also rent LL Bean waders onsite.)
  • Rod(s) (We recommend an 8ft or 9ft, 5wt or 6wt rod with matching weight forward or double-taper line)
  • Any of your favorite flies (we have proven custom flies we tie for our target areas you will want to try!)


Our weather can vary throughout the day so we suggest you plan to dress accordingly by the season.
* Plan to dress in layers for maximum comfort in various conditions.

  • Polarized Sunglasses
  • Long Sleeve Shirts
  • Short Sleeve Undershirts
  • At Least 2 Pairs of Warm Socks (wool or synthetic)
  • Rain Coat with Hood
  • Warm Stocking Hat
  • Fishing Hat or Baseball Style Cap
  • Breathable Quick-Dry Fishing Pants
  • Shorts
  • Comfortable River Shoes or Sandals
  • Light Jacket or Windbreaker
  • Warm Pants (preferably water resistant)
  • Warm Boots
  • Warm Jacket or Windbreaker
  • Warm Coat
  • Thermal Underwear (both top and bottom)


Make sure to bring any personal items you may require while out fishing or during your stay at the lodge.

  • Medications
  • Sunscreen
  • Insect Repellant
  • Toiletries

Contact

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