Flows were up to 37,500 yesterady, above 20,000 for quite some time.
I thought the new emergency spillways were meant to help avoid this? Are they not yet factored into the flow algorithms?
Just hoping we don't get to summer and say, "oh crap, wish we didn't flush all that water."
On another note, given that it's early January, is there hope this brings in a lotta chrome still?
I saw more salmon redds than ever mid-river this year. Hope they haven't gotten obliterated.
Was thinking of fishing Lake Natoma -- river style.