VOTED A JOLT WORTHY EVENT! The San Juan River Bi-Fly Tournament has become the premier trout fishing tournament of the Southwest. Novice and experienced anglers are welcome!
The San Juan River Bi-Fly Tournament has gained a reputation as the premier fly-fishing tournament in the Southwest. Now in its 26th year, the Tournament attracts teams from all over the nation. The Tournament is strictly catch and release. The guides will score all catches and release all fish. All the guides have a vast working knowledge of the San Juan River. Only two flies per day are allowed, plus one Mulligan Fly, which is available for purchase for $25. Each angler will spend one day wading, and one day floating. Anglers who fish in the Bi-Fly also have a chance to catch one of three tagged fish, that if caught come with a prize of $25,000.
Anglers’ meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) are provided during the Tournament, which culminates with a Saturday evening Awards Banquet. The evening includes an exciting auction, plus raffles and door prizes. All proceeds from the Tournament are used for the care of children at Four Corners Home for Children, a program of Navajo Ministries. It is funded by the contributions of interested friends, businesses, churches and foundations, and does not receive funds from the Federal or State governments.
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Soaring Eagle Lodge, nestled on the banks of the San Juan River, is Navajo Dam’s only river front lodge. The river is world-renowned for year-round fly fishing at it's best. We offer lodging, meals, guide service, fly fishing instruction, float trips, fly shop, private river access on the Jacquez Ranch and much more. Cabins are reserved for anglers in the high season.Learn More »
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Enjoy a day of catch and release fly fishing along this privately owned section of the San Juan River. Make time to explore the disc golf course and art gallery!Learn More »