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Willow upstream from confluence?
Posted by B_M on Apr 30 2006
A question for those of you who have fished Willow Creek for Kings:  Have you ever done so upstream from the confluence, and if so, have you done any good?  Are the crowds thinner?  I've fished it quite a bit in August for silvers, and if I park at the highway and walk downstream 1/2 mile or more I always find stretches of river that I have all to myself - even on Saturdays.  Is this even remotely possible during King season?  I have no interest in standing among the masses at the mouth of the river, but am not sure if it's any better upstream of the mouth, but downstream from the highway a ways.  Any thoughts?

-Brian

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