Still Unfishable With High Flows

Eel River - Fortuna, CA

by Kenny Priest

After getting hit hard earlier this week, flows were dropping quickly and were right around 30,000 cfs as of Wednesday. As has been the case all season, a couple weeks of dry weather is needed before it’s even close to fishable.

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