1. Fishndude

    Fishndude

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    Those cold nights always screw with the flows. This is similar to natural flow conditions, except that it is wildly exaggerated. I'll bet that moved some ice, and fish around.
     

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    frenchriver1 Mr. Flatfish Premium Member

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    I am guessing the variations are a result of discharges at the dam(s)?
     
  3. MapleRiverSalmon

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    Deff slower than recent but dunked some bobbers in the boat today...
     

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    Those are looking nice and chunky Maple. Good job!
     
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    Fish this winter have been looking great Andy! A lot of 7-9 lb fish but still good numbers of smaller year classes. Very thankful for northeast steel and our new Atlantic program. I promise u we will get coho in some cold water Tribs in the next few years. I'm going to keep knocking until it happens!
     
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    Let me know what I can do.