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    Plan B

    Joel La Follette - Thursday, February 11, 2016
    Looking at river level projections for the next few days leads me to believe that the prognosticators are expecting a little warm rain to send some of our precious snow bubbling down the mountain. Spikes are forecast for the Clackamas and Sandy rivers, while the coastal streams show only moderate bumps. Here's the thing, don't worry about it. Make your plan, but have a plan B. We've talked about this before, Campers. You can't NOT go just because some computer model says you should be building an ark. Keep an eye on what is really happening and get out there!

    Fresh Steelhead have been reported throughout the Sandy from Dodge to the mouth. The dropping river made a big difference in the attitude of the fish last Friday for sure. Over on the Clackamas fish have been cooperative when the jet boat population is lower. Barton Park to the mouth has seen the freshest fish.

    The Film Tour guys have been poking around the coast this week and rumor has it they even found some fish. I'm sure we'll see pictures at the After Party on Saturday.
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