Rivers North Fishing Report

Earth Day is Everyday

April 22nd, 2009

Mother nature decided to give us a nasty slap in the face the last two days in the form of a late Winter storm.  I have to admit it felt more like Steelhead season fishing in a snowstorm verses fishing in the 70 degree weather we had two days previously!  Snowfalls in the high county reached upwards of 15 inches of some wet nasty snow, looks like our high fire danger is over for quite some time now!  This storm gave us a good blast of water that we needed very badly. Rivers levels have risen and are continuing to rise from this weather event.  The forecast is calling for more precip in the form of rain and some much warmer air temps over the course of the next week.  Water temps have plummeted down to the lower 30’s and all is good.

Opening Day on Saturday-the holiest of holy.

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