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  1. #4
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    Re: sunday 3-31 verona

    Those are pictures of beauty if you ask me. High water mean flushing the system, more food, better salmon/steelhead smolt survival, successful sturgeon and striper spawns. All the downsides of delta pumping point out why good water years are such a boom for the fisheries.

    Give it a couple weeks and all will be right again with the fishing world.

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    Re: sunday 3-31 verona

    I fished Verona on Saturday. There was a dock at the ramp. The upper grass lot is flooded, and I didn’t see a pump working to drain it either.

    Managed one 17” Striper on sardines. The water is high & brown.

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    Re: sunday 3-31 verona

    Regarding launch conditions, is there a dock to launch against? I'm assuming there is no dock, only the upper part of the ramp because of the high flows?

    Also, is the upper gass lot flooded (directly above the launch ramp).


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    sunday 3-31 verona

    getting close to not being able to launch. not much parking.
    water dirty 53.5 in am.
    no luck. one catfish and no striper bites.
    saw a guy catch a fish and he hollared out it was a salmon. didnt see it up close but he thumped it and threw it in the ice chest.hmmm
    couldnt find any water less than 20ft deep
    sardines and mackerel were baits.
    going to hit the delta on wed, thur, fri and sat so ill report on my baitfishing there. good luck

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