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Old 02-25-2005, 09:32 PM
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A few years back here in Utah on the Green river we had flows of up to 10,000 c.f.s. Now, our normal summer flow is 800-1000 cfs so this was HUGE! I had the best fishing I have ever had on that river during that high water. The fish, including the pigs that wallow in the deepest water that is all but unreachable were pushed to the outer edges. I was catching fish that were actively feeding on the foot trails I had hiked the summer before. So, check the edges. Dont wade in right away when the water is high but cast first to the edge areas.
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Hello Curtis:

Thanks for you post. Good information. Welcome to the foum.


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Same here also on the White, during the high water, you will find many fish way back over flooded ground and way up in small feeder creeks.

They are feeding on acorns in the trees and corn in the fields.

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