Has Been in Good Shape The Past Few Days

Smith River

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Fishing The North Coast

by Kenny Priest
3-11-2021
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The Smith hit 10-feet on the Jed Smith gauge Saturday morning, and was in really good shape the past few days. According to guide Mike Coopman, the fishing is still pretty tough. He said, “We had a really good day after the rise but since then it’s been pretty tough. There are a few around though. We haven’t seen any downers yet, but that will probably change after the next rise. We should also see more fresh fish enter the river.”


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