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    Re: Salmon falls at folsom

    Quote Originally Posted by Hookum Greg View Post
    I would think of the steam as being above Rattle Snake ramp on the North Fork and above Salmon Falls Bridge on the south fork during normal rain fall years. Just my thoughts !
    I'd agree with that. I fish floating downstream from Coloma on the South Fork. The parking area at the bridge at Skunk Hollow/Salmon Falls always has "lake' fishers.

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    Re: Salmon falls at folsom

    I would hope that ALL lake/stream lines would be set at Full Pool or the High water mark.............

    otherwise in a low water years the stream reg's would be able to enter into the lakes areas, but
    I don't live in Calif. any more, since they do things different down there.

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    Re: Salmon falls at folsom

    I read "at the existing level of the lake" to mean, when you're fishing. If they meant full, they'd have referred to the high water mark. No other reason for that language as best I can tell.

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    Re: Salmon falls at folsom

    I would think of the steam as being above Rattle Snake ramp on the North Fork and above Salmon Falls Bridge on the south fork during normal rain fall years. Just my thoughts !

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    Re: Salmon falls at folsom

    The lake level is not static. Subject to change at the release needs of the controlling agency.
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    Re: Salmon falls at folsom

    Quote Originally Posted by CDK View Post
    1.44. DIVIDING LINE BETWEEN LAKE AND
    STREAM.
    The mouth of the stream at the existing level
    of the lake surface. Stream regulations apply to
    parts of streams in the exposed beds of partially
    empty lakes

    Just gotta look.
    I don't know folsom to know were the existing level is, I have never been there, just assumed somebody here had a quick answer who knows the lake. I am well aware of what what the regs say which is why I asked if that area is still part of the lake. It's obvious things have changed on this site.

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    Re: Salmon falls at folsom

    1.44. DIVIDING LINE BETWEEN LAKE AND
    STREAM.
    The mouth of the stream at the existing level
    of the lake surface. Stream regulations apply to
    parts of streams in the exposed beds of partially
    empty lakes

    Just gotta look.
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    Re: Salmon falls at folsom

    Thanks, seems like folsom is getting planted a lot and i need to catch a few rainbows lol, my go to lake has seen very little plants, and the mokelumne below Comanche has to much fishing pressure right now.

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    Re: Salmon falls at folsom

    I believe if there is current, it's considered the river.No current is the lake.

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    Salmon falls at folsom

    I was wondering if the salmon fall recreation area is still considered folsom Lake or does it fall under the American River regulations? Any help would be greatly appreciated. This is a new account but I used to be active a few years ago.

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