Rivers North Fishing Report

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March 27th, 2009

Steelhead fishing provided some more fun this past week as fish seemed to be interested in a variety of techniques.  Swinging streamers, Indy nymphing & Bottom bouncing all produced some quality Steelhead.  Nothing beats the feel of a chromer grabbing a streamer-if you haven’t tried this it is by far the most exciting & rewarding way to catch a Steelhead! Water temps are cold-most rivers are running anywhere from 32-36 degrees, these temps are going to stay this way or even drop over the course of the next week.  Forecast is calling for highs in the mid 30’s & lows @ night in the 20’s-this will stop the runoff & keep water temps cold.  The early warm up this Spring caused us to lose a fair amount of our snow, but now we are back on track for a “normal” Spring.  We should be a good waters levels for quite some time this year!

Steelhead-quite possibly more addictive than beer!

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