1.18.2010

Rain = no coastal fishing for a while

It's been raining pretty good down here for two days now and the rivers are on the rise. Just as a few of the smaller coastals were beginning to drop in, our big storm begins. They're calling for a big one but we'll just have to wait and see what happens. The Eel is predicted to jump to over 110,000 cfs on Tuesday night which could put that system out for quite some time. Let's just hope this storm doesn't materialize like they're predicting. Only good thing is that it will give many of us plenty of time at the vise the rest of this week!

JH

4 comments:

Ted said...

What is your forecast on the American next week? It's one of the rivers that doesn't blow out as early as other rivers. Will the river be in good shape early next week if the storm ends this week?

bassin' said...

You can go to the Sac ISE show this week and annoy some people at the booths until the rivers clear...just a suggestion.

Jason Hartwick said...

As of right now the American is brown with a lot of leaves and debris floating down. It can clear farily quickly but after this big storm it could take a while. My guess would be early next week.

Baain' hit it right on the head. Head over to the ISE show and check out some cool stuff. I will be over thursday evening.

shontashane said...

goodjob!........................................