Welcome back to Haiku Monday, where Fish Hack is pulling the clothes back on now that at least a little bit of rain is on the way.
That backyard twerking known as the Naked Rain Dance has yet to produce enough precipitation to wipe the shame off Hack’s cheeks. But it seems like a sympathy storm is on its way.
Enough already/Nature makes it rain this week/Just to keep Hack dressed.
For you few Haiku Monday virgins out there, this is when and where Fish Hack waxes on and off non-Brazilian style about the outdoors with a few pieces of bad Japanese poetry thrown in as the schtick that keeps on schticking.
Gotta have a schtick/To stand out in cyber-world./Beats Pro Bowl streaking.
Hey, what’s a Pro Bowl without a streaker? Definitely won’t see one at the Super Bowl.
Even if some dude tries, with the cold being what it is…
At least there’s a serious rise in the flows forecast for the upper Rogue River, Hack’s home waters.
That trickle you see today — 1,273 cfs at the Gold Ray gauge — looks like it will jump to about 2,600 cfs Thursday before dropping quickly.
Now, that won’t bring a mess of steelhead into the upper Rogue just yet, but it will help draw winter steelhead from the lower Rogue into the Grants Pass area.
That means the Galice drift should be lousy with steelhead this weekend…and that’s a good thing.
Look up “lousy,” bro/Before you call Fish Hack dumb./Realize, Hack’s just old.