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We are happy to announce that we are going to be hosting an evening of fly tying. For all you anglers out there who are anxious to cast a line, this night is targeted an you. Whether you can tie a fly or not, come out and learn about fly patterns and some tricks of the trade. We will have some vises and some materials for you to try your hand at it.
Our staff are now engaged in snow monitoring and RiverWatch activities. This includes regular trips up and down our river and to remote locations to measure snow depths and weights. We also have a gauge right out back of our office, which is barely visible following the large snow fall we had recently.
We are always looking for volunteers who are interested in setting up this easy to use precipitation gauge in their own backyard.
We have also been monitoring ice build up on the waterways and with all the snow we advise all those living in flood prone areas to exercise caution over the next couple of months. We have posted a video on our "YouTube" page that shows how quickly things can change. Take a look at the 1:11 mark of the video for an example.
Our staff are putting together our watershed monitoring reports and these will be available to view on our reports section shortly. If you would like to provide input on the draft of these reports please contact us.