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Great to view rainbow trout before they are released. You can fish the Red River above and below the hatchery. There is also a pond there at the hatchery for kids, elderly, and people with handicap on their license.
You will enjoy learning about the process of Rainbow Trout production. There is a self-guided tour and a small visitors center. The visitors center was very dated (think 1985), but had good information about the hatchery process. Kids will enjoy feeding the fish. Food dispensers...More
If you're a sportsman and are curious to see where a lot of the fish you catch are from this is something to see. Dogs are allowed if they're kept on a leash. there's also fishing opportunities in the area on the river that runs...More
My husband and I went to the Red River Fish Hatchery mid-week. We spend about 45 minutes, feeding the rainbow trout, walking around the fish tanks and watching the river. This is supposed to be the largest hatchery in NM. We were not real impressed...More
We arrived at the fish hatchery, and there is no one there but the fish. The large fish that you can feed are in a little pond that you can walk around. There was a coin operated fish food dispenser, but we had no coins....More
We went off the beaten path to Geocache near this fish hatchery. We were very surprised how nice it was. The best thing about it was the road getting to it. There are nice picnic areas right off the road and free roaming cows. Yes,...More