Fished Detroit today, on the Flats. My buddy and I both limited out, using power bait eggs. Biggest was 13". I like those eggs, tough, don't come off easily, and they seem to work. Beautiful day with blues sky and no wind.
rainbowfisherman said:so is that where the santiam flows into the lake?
OnTheFly said:Pretty much how I see it too: Two licences = 10 fish if both lincencees are together.
What did they do, remove Detroit and Big Cliff dams?:shock:
Markcanby said:I have had mine checked before also an never had it but it is in the Regs.
rainman said:Detroit Dam is 141 meters (463 feet) tall, and stores 561 million cubic meters (m3) (455,000 acre-feet) of water in the reservoir at full pool, with a surface area of 14.5 square kilometers (km2) (5.6 square miles). The water-surface elevation of the lake varies by 35 meters (115 feet) or more over the course of a year; it is kept high in summer for recreation, and drawn down in winter to increase the available storage for flood control.... Detroit Lake Water Temperature and Suspended Sediment Model
chris61182 said:I'd be curious to find out where that is mentioned. I can find no reference to anything like that in the pdf version.
Are you sure you're not thinking of the shellfish and smelt separate container requirement?
OnTheFly said:rainman, I am so, so glad that your response came from a web site and not directly from you regarding my sarcastic statement. I would have started to worry about you.:lol:
(thanks for the info)
Markcanby said:Sad but he is right. Its in the Regs each fisherman needs his own stringer an if you get a real a$$ I mean fine official they can get you for not having an ID Tag on your stinger.