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Harrison is crazy low right now, here are a couple of snaps around eagle tree:





A big dump of rain is needed, a bump of a good foot of water should wake things up, I saw very few fry, but as soon as the rains come, things will turn on pretty quick...

I worry though when the rain starts, it will not stop...

Cheers,
Nicole
 

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I've seen a few out myself. Witht hte warmer weather it's just going to get better! ;D
I agree with Nicole's comments!


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FishFreak said:
4x4 said:
Are you sure they are fry you're seeing on the Harrison or could you be seeing sticklebacks? :confused: :peace:
I know the difference between salmon fry and stickleback

I'm sure you do.
Decent sized fry in Feb isn't that common unless we've had a warmer than average Jan/Feb.
Squawfish fry are usually a decent size this time of year since they spawn a little earlier than Salmon.
We did see a fair amount of fry in the Vedder last weekend.
 
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