Purge, cleanse, detox .... whatever, the rivers got it from the recent storm. Impressive rain amounts of 8 in. at the McCloud Reservoir dam and almost 6 in. Mt. Shasta over a period of 36 hrs. produced flows of 13,000 cfs on the McCloud River and 30,000 cfs on the Upper Sacramento River. Checkout the shots courtesy of Steven Bertrand below in town when it peaked Thursday and by me of the shots the following day at Sweetbriar and Sims. Needless to say no fishing is to be had for awhile with more storms forecast this coming week. It is all good though, it is a good start to building up that water bank account so we can hopefully have a normal fishing season next year unlike the last few.
Can share one fish pic though. A quick trip to the Klamath the day before stormagedon hit swung up this nice chromer. Otherwise all I have to offer is .....for those of you who at this time of the year ... actually any time ... have their meter for sweets twitching like a seismograph I am including some medicinal shots of the goods for your perverted pleasure. LIVE LIFE LARGE!
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