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I think ...
Posted by Bob Ball - Piscatorial Pursuits on May 24 2005
it depends upon individual river systems. I by no means consider myself a humpy expert ;) ... but I think you'll find some streams that have far more steady returns and others that vary widely.

The Kasilof is certainly one where we see huge fluctuations. Even in CI streams' big years, we don't tend to see many, but I think it was five years back we had a huge influx of the "brown & purple pancakes" that I had never seen before and haven't seen since.

I've been told by some of the old timers that is used to support a huge humpy run every year up until the '64 quake and following the subsidence of that portion of the peninsula, they pretty much seemed to disappear in there.

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