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Re: Trip Recommendation for mid-March

Postby Tom_H » Wed Mar 12, 2014 8:28 pm

papasequoia wrote:Um, I hate to be "that guy" and I could be totally wrong, but is the Rubicon open to fishing in mid-March? I checked the regs and don't see it listed under the special regs section for waters that are open outside of the regular fishing season. Just saying...I could be wrong but would hate to see someone get a ticket.

Well, that's a good question. I don't fish, but I did day hike down there in March and again in April of 2013 with two friends (guy & wife) who fished. I laid in the sand, read, and napped while they fished. They had licenses. The guy fishes all over the Sierra and AFAIK knows and follows all the rules. I will ask.

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Re: Trip Recommendation for mid-March

Postby Kris » Mon Mar 24, 2014 7:47 pm

I grew up in the sierra and say "sierra's" often. Simple (naive) mistake made by many that know the sierra in and out. Thumbs up on Henry Coe. Great views to be had, and challenging terrain at times.
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