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Just read on the freshie forum that there are "still" or "should still" be some springs on the way? I know I have fished as late as Thanksgiving before.......but is there still a few yet to make their way to the river? I am aware of the usual "late arrival springs" but I didn't expect it to be this late?
 

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Don't hold your breath too long....We may still see a few late fish as is the case in all rivers, however I would feel pretty confident that this year's spring fishery is, indeed over....Ortho 8)
 

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As I stated in my post about the hatchery switching to the late Harrison strain. This often seems to be the case with the cap springs. The "big" run of late springs often never materializes. I would rather be fishing for the springs in the nice summer weather. If they don't show in big numbers at least I can get a tan while enjoying my bevy of choice. Don't wan't to sound like a broken record, but I sure miss the days of early returning red springs.
 

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TheBigGuy said:
If they don't show in big numbers at least I can get a tan while enjoying my bevy of choice. Don't wan't to sound like a broken record, but I sure miss the days of early returning red springs.
Amen!! :beerchug:

Mind you......sitting in a big 58' boat hidden from the 'elements' isn't so bad either!! It's when you hook into one and have to hit the deck in the Nov. weather that is the "bad" part!!
 
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