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Old 09-21-2009, 06:08 PM
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Good to hear that everything turned out ok, sounds like you were really fortunate to have picked the camp site that you did! From the weather reports on TV it looked like that area got hammered.

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Here are a couple of photos of the Hooch River flooding. Lambster says the Toccoa and the Eyowah are in the same flood stage.
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Hi everyone,

I saw some pictures on the TV this morning and it is really flooding. One school had water that had reached about 2 feet below the roof line.

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Old 09-24-2009, 02:50 AM
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i live in the seattle area and you must be getting ours. it's been strangely dry here.
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The Lower Hooch River will be unfishable for a good long time do to chemicals and trash which has littered the banks....... lower river will not have a DH to fish in the winter months do to the flooding unless it clears out! All the years I've fished this part of the river I've never seen so much damage! Trout habitat will take years to rebuild! Upper Mountain streams are getting hammered today making fishing tough, rain fall amounts are around 2 inches with the ground already saturated from last weeks heavy rains could cause more flooding.
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