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Water flow gauge and temps


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3 minutes ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

It depends on the size of the stream. I make notes of the flow reading on days I was actually on the stream, then I know what the reading actually means to my fishing. Everywhere I go is over an hour drive so its nice to eliminate days when the streams are blown out


Great resource and can save you a trip sometimes BUT you need to know where the systems "fishes" at. CFM means nothing if you don't know what the system looks like at current reading. I like to check historical data by getingt the view to 10 days or 30 days to see where it "levels" out. Nymphing for trout is best on a steady or clearing system. Rising and turbid waters are great for streamer fishing and getting those big girls put of their hiding spots. I'm kind of a dummy with some great teachers.... this is what I know

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