Dry Falls or the Yakima

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  1. sjterry

    sjterry Sr. Lurker

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    Where would you go tomorrow. I don't get to fish nearly as often as I would like. As it is, I get to go tomorrow. I am considering either the Yakima or Dry Falls. Any suggestions? I know the Yak has been blown out some, but it appears to be getting back in shape a little. Dry Falls on the other hand seems a bit slow, but I have usually done well there this time of year. A little insight from yall would be nice.

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    toddsbernina New Member

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    When faced with the question to lake fish or river fish i would choose a river any day.
     
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    iagree

    the yak is fishing again i presume??
    thru the canyon is good to go??
     
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    Jergens AKA Joe Willauer

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    Yak is fishing top to bottom, better fishing the lower you get, mothers day caddis are a day or two away.
     
  5. Josh Benjamin

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    Thank You...
     
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    Jergens AKA Joe Willauer

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    also, dont be scared of muddy water, just cuz you cant see your feet doesnt mean they wont grab your bug. THe canyon isnt clear, but they are eating down there, and caddis late in the evening should be good all weekend with this warm weather
     

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