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River conditions around G-bay?

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Was up at the Notty yesterday morning, washed a few lures and flies. Spoke to a few local angler (the ones that are out almost every day) and they said it has been really slow, a few rainbow trout have been caught, mostly smaller ones (or so I've been told). The river was busy with anglers, more that what I like to be around fishing with so my stay was about 1.5 hrs before I started exploring for less occupied locations. ;)

 

As Wayne mentioned just above, with this rain maybe we'll see some more fish head into the river.

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Sorry, guys

 

I should have been more specific.

 

Planning on taking this Thursday & Friday off to fish for rainbow and maybe leftover salmons

around Thornbury/Meaford area and curious about how the water level and rain condition have been

 

any more information would be greatly appreciated

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