Much Needed Rain Added Some Color

Van Duzen River - Bridgeville, CA

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Fishing The North Coast

by Kenny Priest

The Van Duzen bumped up to 240 cfs from 80 cfs following the weekend storm. The much-needed rain added some color and flows were enough to get fishing moving both directions. Conditions are perfect for bank anglers fishing bobbers, spoons, or plugs.

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