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Default Re: NorCal - NorNev Lakes and Rivers

Jonesy, if I understand it correctly, the idea is to provide more room for water storage,
in case a catastrophic melt-off occurs. Not extra storage full time.
Imagine a full reservoir, and then a tropical rain on a big snow pack.
After watching the winter melt of 96-97, it's probably a good idea.
Wouldn't want Reno to wash away.
The issue will be, if they close the damn to traffic.

Chris and Web, the Boca inlet's a good call. Get tubular!
LT is at 700cfs (big), washing food into the lake.
On Prosser the bass are waiting for a bit of warm water in coves/shallow areas.
But Bertha is chowing down now to prep for spawn.
Full sink line with a bugger or something might do it.
When the river's big and brown, it's lake time.
Catch a trout, or a bass on the same fly.
Gotta love it.


Jim

Last edited by Bigfly; 05-07-2011 at 08:34 AM.
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