Posts Tagged ‘river levels’

To all of you over participating in my Facebook activities I greatly appreciate your support. It’s you all who have give me the idea for this most recent article. Don’t ever stop asking the simple questions. You’ll miss the most complicated answers. This ‘edutorial’ is designed to be opened to comments here on this post […]

Our low water steely fishing is officially FINITO. We needed rain but definitely not this much. This extreme transition is typical of the La Nina weather pattern as polar opposite conditions often butt up against one another during these periods. Meteorology 201. There isn’t one prediction table I know of that has anything in a […]

I think most of you river junkies out there are aware we are going to finally see a big storm this week. Here’s a little update from my studious perspective on what we can expect this week for river conditions: Local Big River Tributaries: Most rivers will fish all week long while only a few […]

A much better version to watch on your PC or Mac. The version below, posted first, is intended for handheld users. There will be a part 2 and 3 to this weekend of fishing…including footage from Kirby Cannon’s head camera and oodles of footage from MME’s camera which captured the subsequent Sunday Smack Down. Come […]

And now All Around television presents: The Season is the Sickness. A feature film featuring Sturdy Kirby Cannon, Colin The Crusher, Steve The Traveler Lynch and yours truly…H3llcat. There will be at least one more movie from this weekend of salmon madness which yielded 27 keeper, chrome bright silvers to the back of our […]

It looks like…based on all current predictions…that we are set to receive our first PacNW Fall Storm of the year this coming week. Predicted rainfall and rising freezing levels should bump every coastal river significantly…starting about a half a day earlier the farther north you go. WA coastal tribs will see the first spikes by […]