Chris said he was going fishing today. And… nope. The river flow is going through the roof and we’re looking at another 4 inches of rain before the storm ends. The gage is broken, so no accurate flow rate, but it is heading straight up.
“The Boys” did go fishing at the lower end just as the last storm hit. Flow then was still under 100 and the water temp crashed again to 35 degrees. They didn’t see anything. It has been a week of constant sleet since then, turning to real rain last night.
Cody and Kraig from the Lodge started cutting logjams yesterday with Frank’s help and guidance. They were able to clear the mega-jam in the Rodeo Hole, but will be taking some time off until the river stops rising. They didn’t “see” anything in the river yesterday, but the water was rising fast and pretty opaque. This flood should start some fish coming in, providing the temperature stays high enough.
Chris sent me some photos of the Rodeo logjam and I’ll post that mess as soon as I find where saved them to. Otherwise, no real news yet…