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Important info so you don't waste a drive this spring.

USGS Current Conditions for Utah_ Streamflow
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Every State has a USGS web site for water flows; first thing I look at before heading for the river. Longer the river the more likely they will have more than one Guage. Looking at the water drop/increase can really clue you in on what fishing conditions well be.

Talked to a USGS local guy and all the gueages are not to help fishermen but to predict flooding. Here's the link to all the PNW's gauges: http://www.nwrfc.noaa.gov/rfc/

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Great link! Thanks for posting! Now if all this rain will go away...
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One missing from the USGS gauges is the outflow from Deer Creek Reservoir which regulates flows on the lower Provo River (tailwater section). Here is a link for that one: DEER CK RES

Critical info for waders and fishing logbooks.
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