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Posted by Hooker on August 06, 1998 at 03:41:01:
In Reply to: Hooch posted by fishface on August 06, 1998 at 03:02:08:
The river downstream of Morgan Falls used to be a superb trout fishery, and for years, the state tried to turn it into a trophy Brown Trout section. However, because of The increasing amount of concrete surface over which runoff water has to drain into the river, the temperature of the water in that area has become too warm to support trout. The state still stocks them in down there, but the first heavy rain kills them all.
The Stripers are there, but not in great numbers. Catching one in about every six trips is normal. They concentrate behind Morgan Falls Dam and you need a boat to get to them.
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