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    Good to see that at least the Kenai should make its escapment goal for Kings.

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    Default Conditions turn on a dime...

    Well the "excellent" fishing described in the ADFG report took a MAJOR dive the past two days.

    Killey has puked big time, and the river is brown bank-to-bank from the Moose on down. Brother said 30' trees and lots of debris headed downriver all day long.

    Should help escapement a bit more.
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    The Killey is still puking. It will make for a lot of disappointed anglers this weekend, as if the "super Tuesday" wasn't disappointment enough. Watch out in the dipnet fishery as there is a lot of debri coming down the river, it is difficult to see with the very muddy conditions.

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    Yip floated by it around 5pm yesterday nasty. Camped at supper hole for some red fishing & the water up there was alittle off too. Although the king fishing looked hot with two boats knocking the dog snot out of them every pass.

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    Thumbs up Yukon, thanks for the info.... Dipnetters beware

    If you are going dipnetting this weekend, watch out for debris flowing down stream. Designate a boat driver, drove a boat for 4 days last week and did All I could to keep us safe. Be considerate and live for another day. Put on your life Jacket!!!!!!! Live free and die free.

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    Default High and muddy

    How is the upper right now? Does it get affected by the rain or is it mostly Killey causing the problems? Thanks.

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    Default Water above Killey...

    is a lot cleaner and seems a little higher, not much. We fish up there every day. Reds banging there too, every day.
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    Thanks, heading down right now

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