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Navajo Lake
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Fly fishing in the San Juan River at Cottonwood Campground

Fly fishing in the San Juan River at Cottonwood Campground

The San Juan River flows cold and clear from the snowfields of the Rockies. Beautiful Cottonwood Campground is a mile or two below the Navajo Dam.

San Juan River in Navajo Lake State Park, New Mexico

Date photographed: May 8, 2014
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Evening on the San Juan River

Evening on the San Juan River

Evening at Cottonwood Campground on the San Juan River

San Juan River in Navajo Lake State Park, New Mexico

Date photographed: May 8, 2014
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Evening on the San Juan River east of Aztec

Evening on the San Juan River east of Aztec

The San Juan is the second-largest tributary of the Colorado River (after the Green River). It flows 383 miles (615 km) from the San Juan Mountains (part of the Rocky Mountains) to Lake Powell. The only impoundment is Navajo Dam, just upstream from this location.

San Juan River in Navajo Lake State Park, New Mexico

Date photographed: May 8, 2014
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Navajo Dam on the San Juan River

Navajo Dam on the San Juan River

Below Navajo Dam on the San Juan River, a major tributary of the Colorado River system

San Juan River in Navajo Lake State Park, New Mexico

Date photographed: May 9, 2014
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Navajo Lake

Navajo Lake

Navajo Lake, a reservoir on the San Juan River

Navajo Lake State Park, New Mexico

Date photographed: May 9, 2014
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