Cedar River public parking

#21
With the recent rains, what's the highest flows you all would feel comfortable wade fishing the Cedar?
Answering that is tough for two reasons: it's a tricky river to wade in, and body size can make a HUGE difference. I'm tiny and 120lbs, so ankle deep water for you might sweep me into Lake Washington. Wear polarized glasses and be CAREFUL. You can drop into a cavernous pool VERY quickly.
 
#22
Slipping was an issue the last time I fished the Cedar. I had and still have a pair of simms boots with studs. These boots and studs work great everywhere else but here and the Cowlits. Should I upgrade to the simms aluminum star bites (silver) or the new crazy lookin gold ones? Tomorrow may be my big day... I am off work emidiatly after PT!!! Hey Skyler and Thomas what's your day looking like tomorrow???
 
#23
WE ARE GOING FISHING TOMORROW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PLANS HAVE BEEN SET IN STONE!!!!!!! ONLY QUESTION NOW IS HIGH OR LOW, I MEAN CLOSER TO THE CEDAR RIVER DOG PARK OR HIGHER TOWARDS LANDSBURG BRIDGE???
 
#24
You've got a whole day... fish the upper river near Landsburg in the morning, and nymph deep or rip streamers in bigger water on the lower river in the afternoon and evening.
 
#29
Ya gotta have the contingency plan for late forum members. Something like, "if for some reason you're late you'll find me wading downstream of the <insert feature>..." No use sitting around with your line dry. Flies catch fish better in the water.
 

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