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Old 07-23-2013, 11:52 AM
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Default Re: How are the water levels?

"Hoot-owl" restrictions are eminent on the Clark Fork and Bitterroot, in fact most fisherman have already volunteered to stop fishing after 1pm. Water temps went over the magical 73 degree mark for 4 or 5 consecutive days on each rivers lower end last week. Bitterroot is just scary low, I wish that FWP would just put a mandatory restriction in place. The river has too much pressure and fishing in the evening puts a dangerous stress on the fish.

I think the Big Hole is close to, isn't it?
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