Low water not a problem...anymore.

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by papafsh, Aug 30, 2013.

  1. papafsh

    papafsh Piscatorial predilection

    Well as of todays flow charts :eek:

    This should help a bunch next week, IF, we don't get anymore rain over the weekend.

    LB
     
  2. Smalma

    Smalma Active Member

    Was looking at those flows earlier this morning; most river came up more than predicted (the Sauk especially took a significant jump).

    May help with the in-river salmon and steelhead fishing but not necessarily good news for those of us the like chasing sea-run cutthroat. Once the rivers are charged with rain (such as what happen yesterday) it only takes a weekly storm or so to wash out the cutthroat season.

    Curt
     
  3. papafsh

    papafsh Piscatorial predilection

    That's true Curt, but man they were so low it was awful, and this will cool 'em down a bit too. But I'm ready for the salmon, steelhead, and Bulls to get going.

    LB
     
  4. Old Man

    Old Man Just an Old Man

    It's always a hit or miss as far as Washington rivers are concerned when it rains. You don't ever get a little rain it's always a gully washer.
     
  5. Peyton00

    Peyton00 Active Member

    The water clarity is bad, but the fishing is great. Pink season is a blast. My son is always excited to fish( just turned 13 yesterday), he was over today messing with the gear, getting ready for another tug of war this weekend.