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    Hazelton ramp was froze up yesterday

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    More importantly...are the fish biting?!?

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    No.... fish are not biting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sum1 View Post
    More importantly...are the fish biting?!?
    The water is still extremely muddy at least down south haven't checked above the Hart lately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dean nelson View Post
    The water is still extremely muddy at least down south haven't checked above the Hart lately.
    Word of the day.

    Hart is an archaic word for "stag" (from Old English heorot, "deer" – compare with modern Dutch hert, medieval French "hart", German Hirsch and Swedish/Norwegian/Danish hjort, also "deer").Specifically, "hart" was used in medieval times to describe a red deer stag more than five years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bfishn View Post
    The inflows to Sak and Oahe are drastically reducing by the day now that the surge of local runoff is getting close to done. I assume with Oahe filling up and not being able to release any water because of the downstream mess, they have no choice but to reduce outflows from Sak.
    She's now 52,000 cfs lower in just two days.

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    They are also increasing the outflows from all the dams south of Sak again now.

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    When can we expect the mountain snowpack runoff to begin and peak?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obi-Wan View Post
    When can we expect the mountain snowpack runoff to begin and peak?
    some time from about april 18th to june 28th

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    River is definitely clearing at lest in town.

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    Any updates on ramps open and docks in?

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    As far as I heard all ramps/docks are in.

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    Looks like oahe is open to just north of Cattail.

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