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GoFish

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Looks like we will have significantly less snow pack this season for our water levels.  Interested to see how Mother Nature will manage the melt and flow of the rivers this year.  If I learned anything in 45 years of fishing around here that Mother Nature always surprises us just when we think we have it figured out.  Any thoughts?
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I think you are dead on.   We have had some raging high water the last couple of falls.  Last year it was very high and fast at mid june.   Who knows what she is going to toss at us this year
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Yup yup...only time will tell...low water, high water, clear water, silty water...what will Mother Nature throw at us this year [smile]
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Water levels are looking good as of now.  Slightly above the average.  Pumped up for the Sockeye opener!!
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