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You have a better shot of finding access to more of the river since it is so low. But then you'll probably be fishing the water that get's the most pressure. To do really well, you either need to be in the right place at the right time (get lucky) or be ready to work to find the fish. Even now I noticed the fish starting to move from their summer hangouts and into the slower and deeper spots. I'll bet if you found one of these deep poos\runs in the afternoon and evening during the dry fly fishing would be pretty good...
 

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Troutski - work downstream from the pratt junction. Concentrate on the deep runs where you can't see bottom. I've caught some decent trout in that area and some 1 to 3 lb whitefish :)
 
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