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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by PV_Premier View Post
    Finished my trip off this morning back on the Van Duzen. The flows, water color, and my casting were all perfect, but once again the fish didn’t get the message. Started the long drive home on time and just rolled into town about 30’ ago.

    This has been my 4th trip to the coast, you think I’d have been due. Alas, was not the case I guess.
    Thanks for the report, PV. Nice to have first hand accounts of the conditions up there.

    ~Jeff

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    Second on that. Thanks for the 411. It will be interesting to see how the run pans out up there this year. We were supposed to be putting our 3rd day in of a trip up there tomorrow. Unfortunately, both the Guide and I came down with a bout of Covid. This was nothing more than a light cold for me. So vaccinated, boosted, O+ blood and now getting this thing . . . I figure I am on the Titanium protection plan at this point.

    Good luck on the next one guys. I will get my butt up there.

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    This has seriously been the slowest drop I've witnessed on the SF in the last 5 years. If you go by the "ideal" range for fishing at the Miranda Gauge, it still hasn't reached it.... The last rains were over two weeks ago... Has this been a colder winter up north than the last few?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BumpBailey View Post
    This has seriously been the slowest drop I've witnessed on the SF in the last 5 years. If you go by the "ideal" range for fishing at the Miranda Gauge, it still hasn't reached it.... The last rains were over two weeks ago... Has this been a colder winter up north than the last few?
    I'm sure the slow drop on the Main Eel is due to the snowmelt into the tribs of the Mendocino NF. Not sure about the SF though. It usually drops much quicker. But according to all reports I've read, the SF is in fine shape now. This weekend is gonna be an absolute zoo up there. I'm staying home and fishing a less crowded stretch of the Russian.

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