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It is awful compared to what it was even 5 years ago……the biggest problem are the constant floods we keep getting especially during the spawn. It never stops raining. I think this year was the first time they’ve actually had a decent spawn in 6-7 years. Also a high number of foreigners all along the river that keep anything and everything they catch. It’s gotten more pressure over the last decade. But I think the floods are the biggest culprit. I wish we could go about a year without a drop of rain.
Low levels are a problem too. Birds of prey and otters catch more fish when levels are low.
 

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Low levels have absolutely nothing to do with why that river has died over the last 6 years. Way more to do with the never ending floods. Until earlier this summer it hasn’t been low at all during that time period.
You're right but I posted what I did to get folks to think about the other side of the coin toss. Tropical storm Ian is on the loose. High water could be back depending on Ian's journey.
 
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