The Van Duzen is Getting Low

Van Duzen River - Bridgeville, CA

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Fishing The North Coast

by Kenny Priest

The Van Duzen is getting low, with flows hovering around 385 cfs on Wednesday. The river was reportedly full of fresh steelhead over the weekend and earlier this week. Flows are predicted to get down to 300 cfs by the Saturday, but will bump back up to nearly 800 cfs after the rain on Saturday. If the rains come as predicted, it could be off color for a couple days.

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