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A "Real" Trout Season in Northern California

July 3, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

Tom Stienstra notes that this year’s improved water flows promise easy fishing and plenty of it for northern California trout anglers. “The boomerang effect of cold, high-water conditions in May and June is that spring-like conditions are available in July. In addition, August prospects will be the best in many years. It’s a time when most anglers spend their evenings bow-wowin’ at the moon over the dog days of summer. Not this year.”