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San Juan River, NM The tailwater below the Navajo Dam remains a steady 38- to 40 degrees year-round, which means all-season fishing, according to Andy McKinley of Duranglers, a 35-year-old outfitter.
Trout fishing remains good in the tailwaters below the dam--check with Riverside Fly Shop for the best flow-rates and for trout tackle; www.riversideflyshop.com.
The current river forecast calls for the Fox River to crest at the Algonquin tailwater early Sunday morning, St. Charles officials said.
There are still waters that are iced over, so anglers will have to primarily rely on tailwaters, which refer to the waters below dams or any other structure that regulates water flow.
Anglers are also having success fishing tailwaters below dams, where flows stay more consistent compared to lower river areas.
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