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Old 09-14-2013, 11:08 PM
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Default Re: Serious Water

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Originally Posted by jslo View Post
I fish the BigT and CLP alot, pretty much my two home rivers. They are blown out BAD. I think the measuring stations have been comprimised possibly as the readings now seem erratic. Here is a flow chart of the Cache La Poudre:
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Last Friday I had a nice day on the Poudre, and flows were in the 150cfs range! wow. I've been overseas for work all week...guess I missed some excitement!

What will this do to the fish? Brown trout spawn in the fall, but I don't think they had started yet...? I can see both up and downsides for fish.
Seen this to often. "Mom Nature" does what she will. Rain in So-Oregon we could use.
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