area in 'high' mountain lakes and just below the damn on the upper Rogue. That section is called the "Holy Waters" for a vervy good reason. All C and R, barbless hooks, fly gear only (no spinning rods with a bubble), etc.
Hundreds of trout in the 10-16 inch range with a considerable number running in to several pounds. For me, I find that when the dam release is over 1500 cfs (like now with a HUGE cadis hatch going on) it can be almost too easy. Below this and I'm clue-less on how to get the buggers attention.
If I'm not targeting steelhead, or as now the Spring Kings, in the main river, I always have a 11'3" Redington 6wt in the car. Make for a wonderful 'diversion' ...... when you're getting skunked in the main river.
Fairly steep bank on one side and the other is a huge park with easy wading from shore so very pleasent to fish, Poochie loves it as she can chase the ducks/Geese (and get a well needed bath!) so fun all around place to be.