Define "Washed out" ? Where? Do you mean the short sharp downhill stretch about 400-500 yards past Sullivan that turns 90 degrees to the right at the bottom ad then goes uphill to No Name Pool? THis poart is usually wet. Was this [part under water? I have this stretch on July 24 and am interested.We fished Sullivan camp June 10-12. Water was at a great level. I wouldn't recommend going there without the use of a ATV or side by side, and be aware the the road along the river is washed out right before "No Name Pool". So you wold have to take the other road to get down to Cameron pool.
We had the most success on at Sullivan pool with large trout on muddlers. But my buddy managed to land a grisle on the last cast of the trip at Sea Trout pool 2.
Hope that helps
Washed out as in there is a 5' wide 4 ' deep hole where the ATV trail is. Taking the other road to Cameron pool would be much faster from the camp. Not under water, it was more of a situation where a spring creek blew it out. It is possible to make it up and around, but the road between No Name and Cameron was in bad shape.Define "Washed out" ? Where?
It's always a gamble isn't it? lol I was sure we were too early for the Kedgwick in June and thought the water would be way too high but it was actually a little low for the time of year and then we got rain and had a great trip after all. I'm with you; it's a long winter before next year!We were very fortunate. The bump of water was just the trick. I was worried when we got such a late date but it worked out great. Can't wait until next year!
Hookbill,right on eastcoasttrout, what pools did you have luck with?