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Old 05-29-2013, 08:57 AM
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Default Re: How long do you wait to fish after lots of Rain?

The same thing happened last year about this time (only without the snow ) It's gonna take at least a week before the water levels drop.
Remember that the trout don't like this either and they'll move to where they're more comfortable with the flow. Look for them on the quiet side of seams, away from the fast water.
From reports that I've read lake and pond fishing were outstanding this past weekend during the worst of it. All you had to do was keep your boat upright
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