Although we are at a high flow at the moment, the river has come down considerably over the past few days, and the clarity is much improved- we are now a bit murky but clearing, with that fishy greenish tint to the water. If we don't get any major rain this week, we should be high but in decent shape for the weekend. As the flow recede, medium & large nymphs and streamers will be the ticket, fished near the edges, out of the heavier flows.

Fish Species: Trout
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Water Depth: High and dropping
Water Temperature: 41 degrees
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