Snoqualmie

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by guest, Jun 11, 2002.

  1. guest

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    Does anyone know if the Snoqualmie (South Fork) is fishing better now that we've had a few warm days?

    It seems the levels have gone up recently. Are they too high?

    Any help on this subject would be appreciated.

    Thanks. :COOK
     
  2. Steelieblue

    Steelieblue New Member

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    Just a brief answer to your question: I was there late on Sunday afternoon and it was too high to do any good. I couldn't get into the water where I usually like to for fear of being swept away. Naturally, I didn't catch anything. All I hear from around the area is try the lakes if you have any interest.

    JRD
     
  3. Mike Colagrossi

    Mike Colagrossi Whammo!

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    I live on the SF and the river is way.. to high I would give it about another 2-4 weeks, or recommend fishing high up on the Yakima. Good Luck! :THUMBSUP
     
  4. guest

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    Thanks for the info.

    I guess I'll look elsewhere. I need a pontoon!