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Part I: With the forcast for great weather I was thinking of getting out to the South Fork for a few hours. I have been following what has been successful (relative term I know) during the winter but I was wondering what safe wading flow levels were. I couldn't find the post that talked about it last summer.

Part II: I love the South Fork and have fished the Middle a couple of times, but why doesn't anyone ever talk about the North Fork. I have only been fishing this area for a few years (o.k. fishing for a few years) and have spent most of my time where I have had success. I would love to look for new areas that are close to where I live and that seems like a logical place.:p
 

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Part I - Wading conditions should be fine on the N and S forks. They recover pretty fast. The best bet is to just know you limits and don't do anything that makes you uncomfortable...

Part II - Access to the N fork is much more limitted than the S fork and the rewards are not much different as far as I can tell. The N fork does offer more solitude, but a much longer drive on bad roads to reach the mid and upper stretches. But definately a fun place to explore. Anyway, I think most talk about the S fork because it is so easy to access and is perfect little river for fly fishing for small trout - despite the freeway noise...
 
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