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Old 02-06-2013, 08:04 AM
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Originally Posted by waterwolf View Post
Actually there is less current when the river gets this high. I know it makes no sense, but when the river gets up in he trees it creates huge eddies and the current down deep is not as bad as when it is dropped back down inside the normal channels.

The fish will be fine, and generally the fishing after these years is outstanding. If it quits raining
I agree that this could actually help the trout. The only negative is that many of the Redds will be affected by the higher water, temperature, etc. and may not incubate at a successful rate. But, that is a whole other topic.

Here are some new pictures from Tuesday, 2/5 with the cfs rate at 20,500.




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