NF CDA - North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Kenyon was up fishing on the North Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River yesterday. Fishing was pretty good for him and former summertime shop help Luke. They had best fishing with heavy euro nymph rigs. Reports from the weekend included good salmonfly fishing on the lower and mid stretches as well as some decent drake activity. Water levels are on the rise now today and will probably make it a bit more challenging and limited. Kenyon said it was pretty limited on Monday for good spots. Levels probably won't get out of hand for too long... hopefully. Still lots of trees in the roads and some snow above mile 35.
St. Joe River, Idaho
Mike ventured up the St. Joe River late last week. Conditions were colder and fishing was slower for him. He did manage some fish but mostly was up there to check out conditions. He drove as far as Gold Creek no problem. As temps warm expect fishing to improve, though with as much snow as we have still in the back country expect fluctuating water levels. Another friend fished the St. Joe this weekend and said fishing alright for a couple hours while fish were up feeding. Water temps were cold he reported as well.
Coffeepot Lake has been improving and fishing well with chironomids.
West Medical has been good as well. Medical has been up-and-down for reports.
Fish Lake was alright reported Jesse from the shop. He said a couple hours of fishing was productive with balanced leeches under an indicator. Black or olive, didn't matter.
Spokane River, Washington
The Spokane River from Nine Mile Falls Dam to the WA/ID stateline is NOW CLOSED until the Saturday before Memorial Day (May 28th this year)
Thanks for following our fishing reports this season!
Fingers crossed for a better return next season. We are hanging up the reports for the season. Fish were caught this year and some folks did get down to the Ronde, Snake, and Clearwater.
Grande Ronde River at Troy - 8180 ft3/sec
Prediction Flow - Troy
Snake River at Anatone - 62500 ft3/sec
Prediction Flow - Anatone
Clearwater River at Spalding - 45500 ft3/sec
Prediction Flow - Spalding
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