Flows Hit Nearly 12,000 CFS on Wednesday

Smith River

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Fishing The North Coast

by Kenny Priest
11-19-2020
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The Smith peaked at over 11,500 cfs Sunday afternoon on the Jed Smith gauge, but was fishable by Monday. Quite a few boats were on the water, spread out from the forks to the outfitters. Fishing was reportedly decent, with most boats getting a chance at least one adult. Quite a few jacks, along with some darker fish, were supposedly caught. Flows hit nearly 12,000 cfs on Wednesday afternoon, but will then be on the drop through Sunday.


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