Water is Low and Clear

Trinity River - Upper - Lewiston, CA (Trinity County)

by Kenny Priest

Working the Douglas City area, guide Steve Huber reports the water is low and clear as of Wednesday, but there are some fish around. He said, "The rain coming this weekend is just what the doctor ordered. It's definitely going to shuffle the deck, moving the fish around as well as bringing in new ones from the Klamath. The steelhead have been sitting in the deeper holes, but the increased flows will put them in their more traditional holding areas like the flats, riffles and tailouts. As of Wednesday, most of the boats were getting between two to five adults per trip," Huber added.

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