That is correct
It is. But there's a facility to "trap and haul" migratory fish above sunset, canyon, and eagle falls. The habitat above now produces a good number of anadromous fish, including PS Chinook.I'm planning on hiking, I am confused why the s.f.sky and tribes are on the closed list, I would think sunset falls in index would be a natural barrier?
Not really Larry.Finally, the bassmasters of the NW won out.....pooh.
I just don't see how this is going to benefit anadromous fish at all. I fished that river at least once a week for three summers, caught nothing but resident trout. It seems lazy to blanket-regulate like that.Okay, I am officially bummed. I had not heard this would have an affect on the Cedar. WTH.
Montana, get ready for Puget Sound refugees!With all that is closed or is going to close, where do you guys fish?? In the bath tub or all the put and take lakes.
To get above all the barriers on most rivers you have to really get up high. And most don't have roads to the top. Lots of hiking involved.
You ain't going to come here. You couldn't get used to catching all of these fish. Your all use to one or two and then your done.Montana, get ready for Puget Sound refugees!
My official camping beer. It is good in a can.I hope ya'll head east for better fishing. I'm going to head west to some of the old haunts and crack open a bottle of trout slayer...