Our snow-pack has been creeping up. Hopefully the snow will continue in the high country. As of now we are  70-80% of average in our drainages. Anything can happen as mother nature ultimately decides. That being said, low water years generally mean the rivers come into shape earlier in June. Also, spring flows are usually a bit more stable and the window of spring fishing lasts a bit longer. We shall see. Fishing is good right now. The forecast is calling for warm sunny weather – the fish and insects will respond positively.

Jason Lanier
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