High Water…

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Looks like we are finally in the clear for about a week or so, but we got so much rain out of this system that many river are going to be out for some time. Many rivers got up around flood stage with the Eel seeing flows over 212,000 cfs and the Smith going over 78,000 cfs. While the Smith will be the first to drop in, many other rivers may take a while. That being said, as soon as many of these rivers drop in, look for many new fresh arrivals. December can be a great month if the weather cooperates.

I drove down river yesterday to see just how big and off color the water was on the Trinity. Lets just say that, anything below Junction City is going to be out for a few days. Here are a few pics from the North Fork down towards Del Loma.

Confluence of Trinity River and North Fork Trinity.

Confluence of Trinity River and North Fork Trinity.

Just below Pigeon Point.

Just below Pigeon Point.

Del Loma area. Lots of big, new debris on the banks.

Del Loma area. Lots of big, new debris on the banks.

JH

 

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