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Weather is in full summer bloom. Daytime temps between 80-90 Degrees. Check the flows of this river before heading out!
See you in the fall.
The cooler temps and rain and snow has reenergized the fish and river. Looks like this trend will continue so expect good fishing for the next...
WEAK LOW PRESSURE IN THE AREA WILL CONTINUE TO BRING UNSETTLED WEATHER TO THE AREA FOR MOST OF THE WEEK. SOUTH TO SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL CONTINUE...
Hot weather this week. Fish early and late in the day.
Temperatures will be a little more comfortable this week which should improve the fishing some.
Best fishing now is in the cooler headwaters. Early in the morning and late day is best. 07/27/2015
As I keep saying, if the wind allows get across the middle of the lake, especially in any wind lanes that are in evidence.
Nymph fishing best with fly hatches during middle part of day.
HOT! The summer is here and this is when the fish will go deep. A small chance of rain for the next couple of days but giving way to sunny...
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