>Catt is a great fall-run creek (advantage of no salmon to speak >of, as well!) But in spring, it just seems to stay high and muddy >as well, bordering on "forever".
That's right. According to the USGS site, the river is unfishable or barely so at least 80 % of the time at this time of the year.
>Also, if you ever go there, buy a reservation permit - most of the >land is Indian owned!
The reservation permit is now $35/yr.
>If you like high, muddy water, fish the Genny! Less hassle, and >you will save a couple of hours of driving time.
The Catt is a nicer place to fish, tho (for steelhead).