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Runoff may have finally run off

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Runoff may have finally run off

Postby balzaccom » Mon Aug 28, 2017 7:36 am

For those of you who are wondering about conditions in the Sierra...


About two months ago we were up by Sonora Pass, and remarked on how wild and wooly the Stanislaus River looked then. Where we usually found deep dark pools, we were seeing solid whitewater. Like this:

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Here is the same photo from this last weekend. Seems like a whole lot less water...which is a good thing for those guys fishing.

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