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Find Your Water: Backcountry Solitude

May 27, 2015

written by TheRockyRiver.com staff

In the fourth episode of Redington’s debut season of Find Your Water, we follow Maddie into the bush as she seeks her escape from the pavement. (VIDEO)


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The Rocky River Fishing Report for Thursday, May 28, 2015

WATER LEVEL: elevated
CLARITY: very stained
FLOW: above average
THROW: spinners/spoons, tube jigs, jerkbaits, woolly buggers, streamers
GRAPHS: See real-time USGS water graphs here!
NOTES: (Updated 7:29 am) The Rocky River has risen and dirtied but peaked during the overnight hours. The water remains elevated this morning but it isn't completely unfishable, and could be back to decent conditions as early as the evening. The lake-run smallmouth, although somewhat hit or miss this season, will be around for the next week or so and large carp are being reported as well. Fish with care around the Valley Parkway bridge and down toward the marina. The little steelhead have been stocked and these fish will be super aggressive to flies and baits. If you do accidentally catch one, please handle it with extreme care and quickly get it back to the water. These tiny trout are your future steelhead run!

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