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Looks like his holdover is at JDL.
It’s about perception when ya’ post this stuff. I get the not fishing them the day of. I usually give them 72 to 96 to get acclimated, but seeing all the dudes pull up on 306 immediately after it was stocked tells me that those fish we put in got hammered.
We were a little late but it was great to see how many people had their kids in on it this year! We sprung a leak in the little ones waders and had a minor melt down so we had to disappear after #5, but it was a blast for my kid and I’m super happy to so many people excited to help out.
I have a pair of dryft waders that are on year….3 I think. Couple of tiny pinholes at seam joints that I can’t get to leak when I’m looking for them, so they’re tiny. Otherwise great waders. I really wish I could afford to get the jacket and wader pair and a pair of the session pants.
Nothing other than state stockers have been put in up there in a while. That being said, there are some fish the have survived the striper up that way, but they’re few and far between. I think some stuff swims upstream from time to time. Your best bet would be paddling down from the dam if you want to pick those waters. Portage river left at the falls.