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Old 06-13-2012, 07:18 PM
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Default Re: Plenty of Rain Soaks South Central & the Rivers Respond;

Run off is an all summer thing. Once the snow pack has melted on the low lying land then the upper slope snow & ice is melting. Once the upper slope snow & etc is done the glaciers at the heads of the rivers keep things watered. The flows were great prior to this storm. I would be out right now but I have a problem with the 'no shore' concept. I like to park and wade and I know the places where I fish. When the water is up 1 - 2 foot there is no real way for me to know where there should be a fish. Combine that with the increase in velocity of current and reduced underwater visibility and it's a game changer.
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