I was up there twice last year and fishing was slow both times spring( March) and early summer (mid June) . We did catch a couple of small r bows, and a couple nice dollies at the mouth,but it was still relitively slow for the water that it looks to be
That suck's about the idiots leaving thier dog,those are the ones I would like to take up in the bush and drop em off and see how long they last issed:
resident rainbows, yes, mostly to a couple of pounds. it is a fine looking river, but with very few fish, and a looooong way to go to get to them. Did see some cat tracks while there this winter, do watch your back!
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