New Mexico News 5/1/2013

Check these posts: New Mexico police look for more unlicensed dentist victims – Pioneer Press on Apr 30, 2013 at New Mexico News:

New Mexico police look for more unlicensed dentist victims
Pioneer Press
SANTA FE, N.M.—New Mexico investigators are looking for more victims of an unlicensed tooth doctor found operating as a “mobile dentist” out of a sedan around Santa Fe. Authorities are asking all victims of a man known as “El Dentista” to file a report.

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Horse slaughter house to open soon in New Mexico – NBCNews.com (blog) on Apr 30, 2013 at New Mexico News:


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Horse slaughter house to open soon in New Mexico
NBCNews.com (blog)
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says the southern New Mexico plant that has been fighting for more than a year for permission to slaughter horses will open soon, unless Congress reinstates a ban on the practice. In a telephone interview Tuesday
USDA secretary says New Mexico horse slaughter plant expected to open soonFox News

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Partners for a Clean New Mexico foster illegal dumping campaign – Deming Headlight on Apr 30, 2013 at New Mexico News:

Partners for a Clean New Mexico foster illegal dumping campaign
Deming Headlight
In an effort to combat this ugly side of spring, local, state, and federal partners have joined together as the Partners for a Clean New Mexico. The Partners for a Clean New Mexico are launching a statewide public education and action campaign to stop

UCLA Coach Steve Alford, New Mexico haggling over contract details – Los Angeles Times on Apr 30, 2013 at New Mexico News:


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UCLA Coach Steve Alford, New Mexico haggling over contract details
Los Angeles Times
When UCLA Athletic Director Dan Guerrero was asked about Alford’s New Mexico buyout at that time, he said, “Generally speaking, it’s the coach himself that has that responsibility, but we’ll work out details if necessary.” Asked Tuesday whether UCLA
Alford and New Mexico at odds over terms of buyoutCBSSports.com
Alford says he won’t pay $1M buyout to New Mexico – USA TodayUSA TODAY
Steve Alford locked in dispute with New Mexico over $1 million buyoutYahoo! Sports (blog)
NBCSports.com -The Inquisitr -Gant Daily
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Tech sends New Mexico home with loss – The Daily Toreador (registration) on Apr 30, 2013 at New Mexico News:


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Tech sends New Mexico home with loss
The Daily Toreador (registration)
New Mexico again went to the bullpen to begin the bottom of the fourth inning, bringing in left-handed pitcher Alex Estrella to try and slow down the Red Raider bats. The sophomore pitcher retired the first three batters he faced to put a halt to Tech
Red Raiders do damage early, hold off No. 17 New Mexico 12-8LubbockOnline.com
Preview: Texas Tech vs. #17 New MexicoRaiderPower.com (subscription)
New Mexico baseball now ranked 17th in nationAlbuquerque Journal (subscription)
TexasTech.com -News/Talk 790 KFYO
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Testing Out – Santa Fe Reporter on Apr 30, 2013 at New Mexico News:


Santa Fe Reporter
Testing Out
Santa Fe Reporter
The changes come after testing giant Pearson VUE acquired the licensing rights to the GED test two years ago. Now, Pearson—a for-profit corporation that’s also behind New Mexico Connections Academy, a state-funded virtual charter school set to open

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Group of New Mexico lawmakers visits Taiwan – Albuquerque Journal (subscription) on May 1, 2013 at New Mexico News:


Albuquerque Journal (subscription)
Group of New Mexico lawmakers visits Taiwan
Albuquerque Journal (subscription)
Senate President Pro Tem Mary Kay Papen, who was among those who made the trip, said Taiwan is interested in trade with New Mexico and that the Taiwanese government invited the lawmakers and paid their expenses. During the session of the

Fed Up With a Fee – Inside Higher Ed on May 1, 2013 at New Mexico News:


Inside Higher Ed
Fed Up With a Fee
Inside Higher Ed
Tuition at the University of New Mexico has swelled 170 percent in 15 years, with the latest increase coming last month as the Board of Regents approved a new tuition structure that will boost costs 6.6 percent for students taking 15-18 credit hours

04/30/2013April 24, John Orr of Austin caught a 31.25-inch, 14.5 pound lake trout. He was on Apr 30, 2013 at http://www.wildlife.state.nm.us/recreation/fishing/documents/fishing_report.htm:

04/30/2013
  • April 24, John Orr of Austin caught a 31.25-inch, 14.5 pound lake trout. He was trolling a rainbow imitation lure. April 26, Ray Reczek, 84, of Albuquerque, caught a 31.5-inch 15-pound lake trout. He was trolling a rainbow imitation lure. April 28, Mark Mayer of Lubbock caught a 31.25-inch, 15.25-pound lake trout. He was jigging a white tube.
  • Tingley Beach: April 25, Kimberly Rankin of Albuquerque caught and released a 30-inch rainbow trout. She was using a homemade size 24 grey scud below a tan and yellow foam hopper. It was her first time fly fishing and her first cast. Congratulations Kimberly.
  • Pecos RiverApril 28, Mark Medina caught a 25-inch, 8 pound, 5 ounce rainbow trout near the Jamie Koch Recreation Area.
  • Bluewater Lake April 27, Vicente Sisneros of Belen caught a 41.75-inch, 22-pound tiger musky. He was using an orange spoon.
  • April 28, Kenny Smith of Clovis caught and released a 3.54-pound smallmouth bass. He was using a chigger craw.
  • Green Meadow Lake: April 28, Nevin Alexander of Hobbs caught and released a 6-pound, 10-ounce largemouth bass. He was using a Power Team Gator.
  • Elephant Butte Lake: April 27, Robert Nelson of Horizon City, Texas, caught a 16-inch, 4.2-pound crappie. He was using a 1/8-ounce jig. April 27, Bob Lechel of Los Alamos caught and released a 5.5-pound largemouth bass. He was using plastic. April 27, Franco Vallejos of Albuquerque caught and released a 6.59-pound largemouth bass. He was using a sweet beaver.  April 27, Brian Stangel of Albuquerque caught and released a 5.18-pound largemouth bass. He was using a black and blue chatterbait. April 28, Randy Campbell of Albuquerque caught and released a 5.94-pound largemouth bass. He was using a senko.  April 28, Jonathan Briscoe of Belen caught a 17-pound catfish. He was using cut bait.

These came in too late for last week’s catches but we felt they were definitely worth mentioning:

  • Rio Chama: April 20, 4-year-old Ayana Anaya caught four rainbow trout on her first fishing trip, one of them a 16-incher! She was fishing below Abiquiu Dam.
  • Pecos River: April 21, Tim Urtiaga caught 9-inch, 22-inch and 24-inch rainbow trout. He was fishing in the Villanueva area and using a size 24 home-tied midge pattern.

April 30

Fishing was good using Power Bait, worms and salmon eggs for trout. We had no reports on perch.Water flow below Eagle Nest on Monday was 35 cfs. Trout fishing was good using Panther Martins, parachute adams, elk hair caddis, red San Juan worms, salmon eggs and worms. Fishing at the Gravel Pit Lakes was good using salmon eggs and Power Bait. Fishing was fair using Power Bait for trout. A few trout were also taken on homemade dough bait. We had no reports on other species. onchas Fishing for smallmouth bass was very good this past week. Unfortunately, most of the fish fell just short of keeper size. Andrew Orlicky of Albuquerque gave it a try. He caught 16 while using tube jigs fished slowly near ledges. The biggest was just less than 14 inches. We had no reports on other species. Fishing pressure was very light. Trout fishing was good using Power Bait and salmon eggs. The stream flow is quite low.  The boat ramps are open but the docks are still not in place. Fishing for trout was considered fair to good. Bank anglers did best using worms while anglers trolling had their best luck using Platte River specials. Fishing for northern pike has picked up some with several in the 20- to 30-inch class caught by anglers using big spoons and clouser minnows. We had no reports on perch or kokanee. There is a northern pike tournament scheduled for May 3, 4 and 5. For more information call 575-377-6226.Fishing pressure here was light but anglers who did fish did well using Power Bait and salmon eggs. Hot spot for trout: Fishing was very good using Power Bait, salmon eggs, worms, homemade dough bait, Pistol Petes, assorted flies and Panther Martins for trout up to 16 inches. The water level is down and fishing was slow for all species.  Fishing was fair using worms, Power Bait, homemade dough bait, salmon eggs and Pistol Petes for trout.    Trout fishing was good using Pistol Petes, homemade dough bait, cheese, Power Bait, corn, worms and salmon eggs. Water flow near the town of Pecos on Monday was 94 cfs. Trout fishing was fair using worms, salmon eggs, copper John Barrs and spinners.          Water flow near the hatchery Monday was 57 cfs. Trout fishing at the confluence with the Rio Grande and below the hatchery was good using poundmeisters, elk hair caddis, nightcrawlers, Panther Martins and worms. Water flow near the Taos Junction Bridge on Monday was 242 cfs.Trout fishing was good using wooly buggers, San Juan worms, poundmeisters, Panther Martins, Fisher Chick spinners, nightcrawlers and salmon eggs. We had no reports on other species. Stream flow near Valdez on Monday was 19 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week. Stream flow near Terrero on Monday was 26 cfs. Trout fishing was good using worms, copper John Barrs and salmon eggs.Water flow near Penasco on Monday was 31 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week. Fishing was fair using crank baits and spoons for small northern pike. We had no reports on other species.     Fishing was fair using corn, cheese and Power Bait for trout. We had no reports on other species. Fishing was good using minnows, nightcrawlers, crank baits, grubs and jerk baits for walleye. The jerk baits were working best in the evening hours. Fishing was good using crank baits, jerk baits and grubs for white bass. Anglers having the best luck were trolling crank baits.  Fishing for black bass was slow with just a few taken by anglers using chigger craws, tubes, jigs and crank baits. We had no reports on other species. The surface water temp was in the high 50s.

Fishing was slow for all species with just a couple of small male walleyes caught. They were trying to spawn and oozing milt. Water at the lower end of the lake was clear and the surface temp was in the low to mid 50s while the upper end was murky with floating moss and in the mid to upper 40s. Fishing pressure was light.Water flow near Aztec on Monday was 570 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week. Fishing was good using clousers, jerk baits, spoons and crank baits for tiger musky. Most of the fish were in the 20- to 30-inch class again this past week. Fishing for all other species was slow. The surface water temp was in the mid 50s.We had no reports from anglers.    River Monday morning water flows below El Vado and Abiquiu were 751 cfs and 412 cfs respectively. Trout fishing below El Vado was good using Power Bait, worms and salmon eggs for stocked rainbows. Fishing below Abiquiu was slow to fair using worms and spinners Fishing was fair using stink bait and nightcrawlers for catfish. Fishing was fair using crank baits, tubes, senkos, jerk baits and spinner baits for smallmouth bass and largemouth bass. Anglers using crank baits also picked up a few white bass. Fishing was slow to fair using spinner baits and jerk baits for northern pike. We had no reports on other species. The surface water temp was in the mid to high 50s. Trout fishing was good using garlic scented Power Bait, salmon eggs, Pistol Petes, worms and Kastmasters.  Fishing was sporadic for lake trout with some good reports late last week, slow fishing over the weekend, then good fishing on Monday. Anglers did well trolling rainbow imitation crank baits and swim baits and jigging white tubes with cut bait.  Fishing from the bank was slow with just a few rainbow trout caught by anglers using Power Bait and worms. Stream flow on the Jemez on Monday was 80 cfs. The higher flow turned the water murky and fishing slowed some. However, there were a few trout caught by anglers using nightcrawlers and weighted wooly buggers. Fishing on the Cebolla below Fenton Lake was fair to good using worms. We had no reports from the Guadalupe, San Antonio or Rio Las Vacas.    Fishing was fair to good using jigs, swim baits, crank baits and jerk baits for smallmouth bass and largemouth bass. Fishing was fair using jerk baits and swim baits for northern pike. We had no reports on other species. The surface water temp was in the mid 50s. Fishing was very slow. Water flow below Navajo on Monday was 746 cfs and was scheduled to be lowered to 600 cfs later in the day. The water was a bit off color with the increased flow. Fishing in the Quality Water section was good using sparkle worms, red San Juan worms, wooly buggers, red annelids red midge larva, and grey and chocolate foam wing emergers. The emergers were working best in the evening hours. Fishing through the bait waters was good using jerk baits, wooly buggers, copper John Barrs, nightcrawlers, Panther Martins and salmon eggs. Fishing was fair to good using Power Bait, Panther Martins, Fisher Chick spinners and worms for trout. We had no reports on other species. Trout fishing at the Children’s Pond and the Central Pond slowed quite a bit over the past week but there were a few trout caught by anglers using Pistol Petes, worms, homemade dough baits, garlic cheese and Power Bait. Anglers using worms also caught a few catfish. Fishing at the Catch and Release Pond was slow with just a few fish caught by anglers using scuds and small leech patterns.

Fishing was slow to fair using crank baits, jerk baits and jigs for largemouth bass. Fishing was slow to fair using nightcrawlers and stink bait for catfish. A few trout were caught by anglers using nightcrawlers and Power Bait. A recent Department survey showed a good number of largemouth bass in the lake along with a large quantity of stocked rainbow trout. Give this one a try and let us know how you do. The water level was quite low and fishing was slow for all species. The deepest water report this week was 9 to 10 feet. The west-side main boat ramp is still open. The east-side ramp remains closed. The surface water temp ranged from the high 50s to the low 60s. Fishing for black bass was very good using senkos, sweet beavers, spinner baits, chatterbaits, tubes, grubs and crank baits. Most of the bass caught were in shallow water in prespawn, spawn or post spawn patterns. Fishing was good using cut bait, nightcrawlers and liver for catfish. Fishing was fair to good using grubs, spinners, minnows, swim baits and crank baits for white bass and an occasional crappie. We had no reports on other species. The Monticello and Dam Site boat ramps remain closed due to low water conditions. The Rock Canyon ramp has reopened. Fishing was slow for all species.   Water flow on the Gila as of this past Monday was 65 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week. Trout fishing was fair to good using Power Bait. Hot spot for trout: Fishing continued to be very good this past week using worms and Power Bait for trout. The best reports came from anglers using worms. Fishing was good using worms for largemouth bass. The bass have moved into the shallows and should provide some good angling action for the next week or two. Fishing at night was good using worms for catfish.The water was low and fishing was slow for all species.    Fishing for trout picked up a bit this past week. Anglers fishing in the evening hours reported good success using garlic Power Bait, worms and salmon eggs. Fishing was slow to fair using assorted fly patterns for tiger musky. We had no reports on other species. The Department just completed a fish survey here and found lots of big rainbows.      Water flow below Elephant Butte on Monday was .35 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week.

Stream flow at Malaga on Monday was 7 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week.We had no reports from anglers this week.  Fishing was slow.   Trout fishing was fair using worms and salmon eggs.      We had no reports from anglers this week. :  Fishing was slow for all species but there was one good bass caught. Check it out in catches of the week.      Trout fishing was very good using Power Bait, worms, Kastmasters, Pistol Petes and spinners. Fishing was slow to fair using worms for catfish. We had no reports from anglers this week.   Trout fishing was slow to fair using Pistol Petes under a bubble, small Daredevles and worms. Fishing for catfish was fair using cut bait and liver.  PecosStream flow below Sumner Lake on Monday was 79 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week. We had no reports from anglers this week.        Stream flow near Hollywood on Monday was 5.3 cfs. Trout fishing was slow.: The lake has reopened to boating but the launch area is undeveloped and boating is restricted to no wake speed only. Fishing was slow but there were a few walleye and crappie caught by anglers using worms, grubs, minnows and swim baits. Fishing was slow to fair using worms and liver for catfish. We had no reports on other species. The surface water temp was in the mid to high 50s.
Fishing was fair using grubs, crank baits and minnows for walleye. Fishing was slow to fair using crank baits, jerk baits and grubs for white bass. We had no reports on other species. The Violation Canyon boat ramp remains open at this time and will remain open as long as lake levels permit.

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