NFR: 110 degrees and still climbing.

Discussion in 'Spey Clave' started by fredaevans, Jun 25, 2006.

  1. fredaevans

    fredaevans Active Member

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    Local temp just passed THROUGH 110 degrees :rofl: and the "warmest part of the day" is still at least an hour away.:hmmm:

    Warm weather I like, but this IS over the top ..............
     
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    So dry lines rule, right? :beer2:

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    Don't I wish! Actually the upper Rogue is still running at about 3000 cfs which requires tips to get down enough 'to do any good.' Not that it will do any good as the summer run fish count is still nil.

    Lots of spring kings in the upper river but these are (by nature) not 'biters.' Most are "hooked" by flossing the fish. bawling:
     

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