Welcome back to Haiku Monday, where Fish Hack has transformed into Water Rat while wading through the USGS graphs to figure out when the the Rogue River will be down and clear enough to start winter steelhead fishing again.
And the off the Rat guess: Wednesday.
Can’t fish ’til Wednesday./Might try doing honest work./Or just sleep it off.
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, while splashing in some bad forms of old Japanese poetry as the schtick to stick out in the blogosphere commonly called Crapland.
It’s good enough for you to read, and to be poached by the Ashland Daily Tidings.
Tidings poached haiku’s./Can’t beat up Fish Wrap’s own sis./It all pays the same.
Big weekend water is dropping quickly, with flows already under 4,400 cfs at Dodge Bridge on the upper Rogue, Hack’s home waters Only 2,000 cfs of that is clear water flowing out the hole at Lost Creek, but good pluggin’ and plunkin’ water will definitely be here Wednesday.
The new good plunking, side-planing and kiting water is the sands upstream of the old Gold Ray Dam site, Fish that big inside turn right in the migration lane.
Let’s go float a kite:/Sideplaners and kites will rock./Fish the old dam slot.