Monthly Archives: November 2022

Wintertime…

When I suggest looking at the flows of your chosen water, I don;t mean just before you go fish. That would give you info for the day, but if you follow daily, you will learn the ever-changing “personality” of a … Continue reading

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Making do…

The flows are coming down steadily, cold temps recently have kept what little snow we have thus far. 72cfs in town. In this low water above town the river is freezing bank to bank. Below Prosser it’s slightly better. Below … Continue reading

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Brrrrrrrr…..

A solid 8 deg last night. Clearing skies always encourage a low temp. Starting to get a little shore ice. It’s time for fresh studs on your boots. Not much snow yet…..We got close to a foot, but it has … Continue reading

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Snow….

Slowly but surely it’s looking like winter. About 5-6 inches of lightness, but another foot is coming today. Roads are OK if you feel like going out to fish. After this blast, it will be fishy for a week before … Continue reading

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The calm before the storm……

A night of drizzle, getting sunny now……The water master raised the release flows from Donner Lake about 75cfs. the town run now has 114cfs and looks fishy compared to recent levels. Down in the canyon flows are at 300cfs. Hardly … Continue reading

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Winter…..

Well, it has begun…… I can always tell, because I get up at 2:00am. to push snow around. This was our first semi-productive storm. About half rain and half snow. Total of about 4″ on the ground, but most melted … Continue reading

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