Mad River Report

Mad River - Arcata, CA

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Fishing The North Coast

by Kenny Priest
2-25-2021
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The Mad was still high and off color as of Wednesday. Flows were 2,700 cfs and predicted to be down to 1,700 cfs by Saturday. According to Justin Kelly of RMI Outdoors, it won’t likely turn green until Tuesday or Wednesday of next week. Most of the fish being caught are coming just below the hatchery by the liners.


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