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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance Gray View Post
    I was there this morning. Here is my report.

    Get out there and fish!!

    https://conta.cc/3FoEiNR

    Thank you and be safe folks!
    Love the detail on how to fish it.

    How was the fishing this morning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicytuna1 View Post
    Love the detail on how to fish it.

    How was the fishing this morning?
    I landed two fish. I will be honest I only really fished for an hour or so. Much of the time I was looking at the river for hatches and such. Top fly was the Last Chance Pinkie Emerger Size 16.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lance Gray View Post
    I landed two fish. I will be honest I only really fished for an hour or so. Much of the time I was looking at the river for hatches and such. Top fly was the Last Chance Pinkie Emerger Size 16.
    I appreciate that Lance, thank you.

    I think my brother is headed there today to check it out and was curious.

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    I went to the coast last weekend, but might give the Yuba a shot this coming weekend if I can get away for a few hours. With the warm weather this week there should be a few skwalas flying around by the weekend or early next week, if not sooner.

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    I was there Thursday, saw a handful of Skwalas landing on the surface to drop their eggs

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    If the rain slows for a while the lower Yuba river could be the place to go in Feb/March/April.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Kiene semi-retired View Post
    If the rain slows for a while the lower Yuba river could be the place to go in Feb/March/April.
    The rain's been slowed down for a while...

    NK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natekursow View Post
    The rain's been slowed down for a while...

    NK
    Should be getting better. 600 cfs on the Yuba and about 35 cfs on Deer Creek.

    I'll be up on the UC property this weekend and will report.

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