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Old 01-21-2005, 12:16 PM
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Julie,
Thanks for gving the guys the info. If l was going to take a guess at what we have in store for the coming months it would be this. If we do not get a great deal of rain, during the spring period then we should see some low water periods, if we do have heavy rain falls then we may have a extended period of high water flows, which would be typical under that situation.
Right now the, situation for low flow rates are not good. Sure you can fish high water if you know how to do it. And some days will be good others very slow, you never know with that one.
I will be out this weekend with clients, give you the heads up on that Monday. May have to chuck some 6ins streamers on 10wt fast sinkers !!!

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