- Dec 30, 2009
- Eugene, OR
Are they around yet? The Willamette Falls counts look good and I was wondering if I would find anything this weekend. Lebanon area?
IMO.. I'm sure a few will disagree.. they need to raise the water on the South Santiam at least above summer flows.. it's screwing up the early return that usually stacks at the deadline and waits for me to catch them.
I like when the water is a bit high and off color.. makes it so much easier to catch them. It's like they have beer goggles on and will bite anything. Right now the water is at the same height as mid-summer.
Get use to it. Its gunna be a low water year guys! Not enough snow pack to melt off.
We got plenty of snow pack now. There's no sign of end of it to come. What did we have more last year or something?
I don't think so?
Really, 140 inches a couple hundred feet above Govt. Camp is 70 inches short of last year? That would be nearly 20ft of snow at 5,000 feet is what we had last year.
Where on Mt. Hood are you getting your measurements from? All the ones I'm seeing look to be right around normal for snow pack?
Also just so your aware, the locations outside of the ski resorts only get checked a few times each winter so any snow totals you are reading if not at a ski place were likely taken before they got like 50 inches this last week.
what do you think, I drew those graphs?
The snow depth (or base) at Mt. Hoods Test site is 121 inches. Last year on this date is was 194 inches. Its the same across the board. I dont know why you think its wrong. This info is coming from United States department of agriculture. Not onthesnow.com. Do you honestly think we have the same snow fall and precipation we did last year?