Eel is Dropping, But Still Big

Eel River - Fortuna, CA

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by Kenny Priest

The Eel is dropping, but was still big as of Wednesday, flowing at 17,000 cfs. If the dropping trend continues, it could be fishable by sometime late next week. The main Eel starts to fish well once it gets in the 3,500 cfs range.

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