Clouds
42° / Clouds
Sunrise 7:20am
Sunset 4:28pm
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1080 CFS Pineville Gauge
750 CFS Dam Release

November 30, 2022

The dam release was updated last night to remain at 3000 CFS through 11:59 PM today (11/30). At the time of this posting, no further information has been published by SafeWaters to indicate any update or forecast for the release.
Should the scheduled dam release remain 2,000 CFS or greater, DSR will remain closed to fishing, and will continue to maintain office hours between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM.
Should the scheduled dam release drop below 2000 CFS, DSR will re-open for fishing, and operate on normal business hours.

Rain

47° / Rain

Sunrise: 7:17am

Sunset: 4:29pm

3140 CFS Pineville Gauge

3000 CFS Dam Release

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Rain

November 29, 2022

With anticipated rain, the dam release was increased to a whopping 3000 CFS last night, and is scheduled to remain at 3000 CFS until 11:59 PM tonight. At the time of this posting, no further information has been published by SafeWaters to indicate any update or forecast for the release.
Should the scheduled flow remain at 2,000 CFS or greater, DSR will remain closed to fishing, but we will maintain office hours between the hours of 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM.
Should the scheduled dam release drop below 2000 CFS, DSR will re-open for fishing, and operate on normal business hours.

Clouds

39° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:15am

Sunset: 4:30pm

3120 CFS Pineville Gauge

3000 CFS Dam Release

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November 27, 2022

At the time of this posting, (2:49pm on the 27th), the water flow from the dam remains at 2200 cfs and 2500 cfs at Pineville. We anticipate an update from SafeWaters late this afternoon or early this evening to determine our course of action for tomorrow.
If the scheduled flow is 2000 cfs or above, we will be closed to fishing, but we will maintain office hours between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm
If the scheduled flow is below 2000 cfs we will be open for fishing from 6:15am to 5:15pm

Rain

41° / Rain

Sunrise: 7:13am

Sunset: 4:31pm

2500 CFS Pineville Gauge

2200 CFS Dam Release

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Rain

November 26, 2022

At the time of this posting, (11:20am on the 26th), the water flow from the dam remains at 2200 cfs and 2530 cfs at Pineville. We anticipate an update from SafeWaters late this afternoon or early this evening to determine our course of action for tomorrow.
 
If the scheduled flow is 2000 cfs or above, we will be closed to fishing, but we will maintain office hours between the hours of 9:00am and 3:00am.
 
If the scheduled flow is below 2000 cfs we will be open for fishing from 6:15am to 5:15am

Clouds

45° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:12am

Sunset: 4:31pm

2530 CFS Pineville Gauge

2200 CFS Dam Release

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November 26, 2022

Water flow from the dam was raised to 2200 cfs last night (Friday). The DSR, therefore, will be closed to fishing today!!

Clouds

39° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:12am

Sunset: 4:31pm

2520 CFS Pineville Gauge

2200 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

November 25, 2022

A raw day on the run today.  Temperatures in the low-40’s and a brutal wind made things challenging for our anglers today. At the end of the day it looks like there may be clearing skies and we can only hope that the winds subside overnight. The lower section seemed to fish better than the mid and upper sections in spiteof the strong winds in that section).  The reports from our anglers were mixed.  Many that I spoke with had a “very good day” with decent numbers of chrome Steelhead and a few browns in the mix as well. Others that I spoke with came up empty which may have been a function of wind,  one’s ability to deal with it, and angling technique.  All agreed, however, that the fish are there in good numbers which is all we can ask for.   Water from the dam remains at 500 cfs and the current flow at Pineville is 660 cfs

Clouds

41° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:11am

Sunset: 4:32pm

660 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release

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November 24, 2022

What more could we be thankful for!? A beautiful morning with sunny skies, modest temperatures, no wind, a good fishable flow in the river, and of course happy biting steelhead! Just about everyone I've spoke to this morning has had success and all have enjoyed their time on the water before heading off to spend time with friends and family. The morning's catch was primarily freshly minted steelhead with a few brown trout in the mix. We continue to observe steelhead being caught in a variety of sizes indicating a good age structure and (hopefully) several more years of good fishing ahead of us. Several guests noted larger fish today in the 10lb+ size class. Happy Thanksgiving from all of us here at Douglaston Salmon Run!

Clouds

41° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:10am

Sunset: 4:33pm

628 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

November 23, 2022

Another mild day, plenty of overcast, and just a few brief showers.  Overall, based on angler reports, the fishing didn’t slow down today, rather, for some, just picking up where they left off yesterday.  With most of the action reported in the lower end yesterday, it was inevitable that we see some more action in the middle and upper sections of the property today.  Lower sections of the run reported greater action earlier in the day, but overall, consistent.  Middle sections of the run were reported to be consistent throughout the day.  A few browns reported, along with a rogue coho in the mix today.

Clouds

42° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:08am

Sunset: 4:33pm

634 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release

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Reminder

THANKSGIVING DAY – OPEN – 6:15 AM – 12:00 PM

November 22, 2022

Seems like today was one of those days you should have been here!  A bit of overcast, and warmer temperatures were definitely ideal ingredients for a good outing. Another couple dozen anglers (most returning from yesterday), seemed to have quite a field day down on the run.  Reports ranged from a couple fish, to one seasoned angler reaching double digit numbers indicating it was the best fishing he had experienced in quite some time. As usual, we just needed that day of acclimation, to see just how many fish that bump in flows brought in with it.  Overall, today, the lower end was the place to be today, with great reports from both float and fly fishing anglers.  After the apprehension and concern expressed earlier in this season, it's certainly reassuring to hear such positive reports as we progress through the season.

Clouds

43° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:07am

Sunset: 4:34pm

641 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release

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Reminder

THANKSGIVING DAY – OPEN – 6:15 AM – 12:00 PM

November 21, 2022

And, we're back in action!  The snow didn't seem to amount to the few feet we were expecting in Pulaski.  However, some surrounding areas were a completely different story.  Although not having seen the water quality yesterday, it's probably safe to assume, given the conditions, it was extremely slushy.  With the weather subsiding today, a couple dozen anglers eagerly set out this morning, hoping to take advantage of the lack of pressure on the run yesterday, AND a drop in the dam release (back down to 500 CFS).   Reports from the anglers we were able to catch up with today seemed to be fairly consistent - several indicating a few fish each (1's & 2's), others reporting a quiet day on the water with no luck.

Clouds

36° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:06am

Sunset: 4:35pm

654 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release

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Reminder

THANKSGIVING DAY – OPEN – 6:15 AM – 12:00 PM

November 20, 2022

Choosing to err on the side of caution for our guest's safety, DSR will be closed today Sunday November 20th due to the impending lake effect snow.

Snow

27° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:05am

Sunset: 4:35pm

874 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Snow

November 19, 2022

CFS at the dam 750, CFS at the Pineville gauge 898 - air temperature at opening time was 28 degrees, and rose to only 34 degrees over the course of the day - we started mostly cloudy, cleared for a bit, then went back to a complete overcast - light winds made for almost a pleasant day - the run was well populated by guests, angling from top to bottom - the general consensus of reports was that this morning the fish activity level was best, with a gradual tapering off into the afternoon - primarily Steelhead, with two Brown Trout making an appearance - middle section fished slightly better overall, with the lower close behind - about three quarters of our guests were able to tag "a few" - mostly 1s and 2s, with higher numbers from 3s to 5s, a 7, and even one in the low double-digits, so fishing today was "not bad" - one guest stated that the fish seemed to come in little waves, setting up a flurry of short-lived action - so far we have not received any of the forecasted snow showers . . . however, overnight and into the early morning this is the forecast: Cloudy skies with late-night snow showers. Low 26F. Winds SSW at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of snow 80%. Snow accumulating 3 to 5 inches. - the forecast for tomorrow is: Periods of snow along with gusty winds at times, especially during the morning. High 29F. Winds WNW at 20 to 30 mph. Chance of snow 90%. Snow accumulating 5 to 8 inches. Winds could occasionally gust over 40 mph. We are in a lake effect snow warning from about 4 AM Sunday through 4 AM Monday, which, if the winds are just right, and the lake effect forms over us, may make travel very difficult since there will be high winds blowing the snow around - be careful, and stay tuned here, and on our Face Book page, for whether or not we will close tomorrow - if we do, we will credit any passes purchased, to your account, per a posting we made earlier this morning

Clouds

30° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:03am

Sunset: 4:36pm

898 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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November 19, 2022

With the potential for significant amounts of snowfall, combined with high winds, in the next 24 hours, and out of an abundance of caution for our guests' safety, DSR is allowing guests to cancel their fishing or lodging reservations for 11/20/22. Any cancelled fishing or lodging reservation will result in a full credit to a guest’s online account.
 
Please contact DSR Guest Services at 315-298-6672 extension 0, or [email protected], and our team will take it from there.
 
Lake effect snow bands are narrow and difficult to predict, given their wind-driven nature. DSR will continue to monitor the forecast and announce a closure for 11/20/22 if determined appropriate.
 
Please stay tuned for further announcements.
 
Garrett Brancy
Manager, Douglaston Salmon Run
Where Sport Meets Spirit
Office: 315-298-6672 Ext. 103
www.douglastonsalmonrun.com

Clouds

30° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:03am

Sunset: 4:36pm

898 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

November 18, 2022

Daily Fishing Report: The water flow increased to 750CFS overnight and one of our guests reported seeing numerous fish between 21 and 23 inches. The middle up to the upper end of the run was productive. The evening weather will be scattered snow flurries and snow showers. Becoming partly cloudy later. Low 26F. Winds SW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of snow 50%. For tomorrow intervals of clouds and sunshine in the morning with more clouds for later in the day. A few flurries or snow showers possible. High 34F. Winds SSW at 10 to 15 mph. A great catch sent to us from Guide Zervos.

Snow

33° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:02am

Sunset: 4:37pm

905 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Snow

November 17, 2022

Daily Fishing Report: The snow this morning didn't affect the fishing in the middle of the run, as River Patrol stated "the middle was on fire this morning". The upper and lower sections also saw some action this morning. The afternoon was a little different, with ones and twos being hooked up and down the run. The weather for tonight snow this evening will give way to lingering snow showers late. Low 29F. Winds WSW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of snow 90%. Snowfall around one inch. Heavier amounts in favored snowbelt locales. Tomorrow's weather will be mainly cloudy. A few flurries or snow showers possible. High 36F. Winds SW at 10 to 20 mph. Please note: New Opening and Closing Times starting 11/18/22 open at 6:15 and close at 5:15.

Clouds

33° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:01am

Sunset: 4:38pm

584 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

November 16, 2022

consolidated 9 AM and 4 PM River Patrol fishing report: CFS at the dam remained at 335, CFS at the Pineville gauge 566 as of this report - water temperature at 6:30 AM was 39 degrees - this morning we were greeted with about an inch of wet snow, air temperatures in the low 30s, overcast skies, and no wind - over the course of the day we climbed to the current 38 degrees, with occasional spitting snow during the morning, then a light drizzle that petered out quickly in the late afternoon - winds were light - the morning report was that angler action was generally a little slower than yesterday, with action described as a "steady pick" - as guests trickled off the run, this sentiment was echoed, however there are always those few who felt today was better in that their Steelhead action was simply better - one guest did mention picking up a Brown Trout - our afternoon River Patrol related that this afternoon the entire run was a "steady pick", with all guests that he interacted with getting into fish - the forecast for tonight is: Cloudy with snow showers this evening and steady snow likely after midnight. Low 31F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of snow 90%. Snow accumulating 1 to 3 inches. The forecast for tomorrow is: Snow during the morning will give way to lingering snow showers during the afternoon. High 37F. Winds WNW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of snow 90%. 1 to 3 inches of snow expected. Heavier amounts in favored snowbelt locales (unfortunately, that is typically us . . . ).

Clouds

38° / Clouds

Sunrise: 6:59am

Sunset: 4:39pm

566 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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November 15, 2022

consolidated 9 AM and 4 PM River Patrol fishing report: CFS at the dam remains at 335, CFS at the Pineville gauge is 560 as of the time of this report - water temperature 36 degrees this morning - air temperature stayed in the low to high 30s all day, overcast, relatively light winds, no precipitation - we never got any of the forecasted snow - the morning report was very encouraging, with almost all anglers getting into Steelhead, ranging from 1s upwards of 7s, and a few got into low double-digit action - it appeared that the activity was spread out across the entire run, rather than any one area - as guests trickled off the run, the good reports continued, with the middle section producing slightly better over the course of the day - one season pass holder remarked that almost everyone he saw had a bent rod, with others remarking "pretty good today" (high praise from some of these guys) - tonight's forecast is: Snow showers in the evening will give way to a mixture of rain and snow overnight. Low 31F. Winds ESE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of precipitation 100%. Snow accumulating 1 to 3 inches. The forecast for tomorrow is: Rain and snow showers in the morning changing to mainly rain showers in the afternoon. High 44F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 80%. You may want to give yourself a little extra time for driving, and be watchful for black ice on the roads and ice on bridges ...

Clouds

35° / Clouds

Sunrise: 6:58am

Sunset: 4:40pm

560 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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November 14, 2022

Daily Fishing Report: The chilly temperatures didn't deter our guests, one group in the lower section had a great day, they went 13 out of 21, all Steelheads. Fish were brought to hand up and down the run. The weather for tonight partly cloudy. Low around 25F. Winds NE at 5 to 10 mph. Tomorrow's weather will be overcast. High 41F. Winds light and variable. Sunrise for the 15th will be at 6:58am and set at 4:39pm.

Clouds

35° / Clouds

Sunrise: 6:57am

Sunset: 4:41pm

603 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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November 13, 2022

4 PM River Patrol fishing report: the CFS at the dam remained at 335, the CFS at the Pineville gauge dropped from 777 at opening to 714 as of this report - what a difference a day made . . . initial reports of relatively decent fish activity during the morning were borne out by guests leaving the run over the course of the late morning and afternoon - the middle section continued to be most productive over the course of the day, followed by the lower section - it was difficult to judge activity in the upper section simply because it was not well populated by guests all day - with rare exception, our guests were able to tangle with at least one Steelhead - 1s and 2s appeared to be the norm for most guests, however numbers in the 3s to 5s were not uncommon, and one lucky angler had a jaw dropping level of success on Steelhead - a solitary Brown Trout was reported brought to hand, and there have been sightings of fresh salmon in the river as well - this is not too uncommon, as solitary fresh Kings enter the river until as late as December some years, and there is usually a little known mid-winter, week-long, run of only Coho Salmon - overnight low will be a frigid 29 degrees (should not be a slush problem given the warmth of the water), with the forecast for tomorrow: Sunshine and clouds mixed. High around 40F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph.

Clouds

38° / Clouds

Sunrise: 6:55am

Sunset: 4:42pm

714 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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November 12, 2022

consolidated morning and afternoon River Patrol fishing report: at the bottom line, today was challenging but categorically unproductive fishing, for a trifecta of reasons, which I will set forth below should you be interested in reading on - first, yesterday we had on and off sprinkling, followed by steady, heavy, rain throughout most of the night - as a result, although the CFS at the dam remained at 335 (as of this report there is no scheduled change), the CFS at the Pineville gauge at 6 AM was 829 - spot checks throughout the day revealed the CFS steadily climbed to it's current peak of 1110 as of the time of this report - some good news for tomorrow morning is that at 11:15 AM the straight-up climbing trend started to stutter-step, and the curve bent over a bit - since we have had negligible rain today, we should reach the ascension apogee soon, with gradually reduced flow thereafter - our overnight forecast is for 80% chance of showers turning into a light steady rain overnight, so the drop will be slowed but it may still level out at a relatively high flow tomorrow - secondly, the strong westerly winds made angling just that much more difficult, blowing straight down the river - last, no guests mentioned water clarity being any issue, probably because there were so many leaves that had been blown into the water overnight, posing yet another serious challenge to angling - it should be stated that although our part of the river system rises rapidly, it also equally rapidly drains and clears out - the conditions can only get better . . . the forecast for tomorrow is: rain early...then remaining cloudy with showers in the afternoon. High 43F. Winds WNW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 80%. Rainfall around a quarter of an inch.

Clouds

49° / Clouds

Sunrise: 6:54am

Sunset: 4:43pm

1110 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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November 11, 2022

Daily Fishing Report: The morning fishing was ON with action up and down the run. With the afternoon rain the fish took a break. The water temperature this morning was 49F. Tonight's weather will be periods of rain. Potential for heavy rainfall. Low 53F. SSE winds shifting to WNW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 100%. 1 to 2 inches of rain expected. Tomorrows weather will be showers in the morning, then cloudy in the afternoon. High 56F. Winds W at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 30%

Rain

61° / Rain

Sunrise: 6:53am

Sunset: 4:44pm

459 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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Rain

November 10, 2022

Daily Fishing Report: The sunny conditions and warmer temperatures made for a nice day, but kept the fish in the shadows. Several of our guests saw action in the middle of the run. The weather for tonight will be partly cloudy with more clouds for overnight. Low around 50F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph. Tomorrows weather rain is likely with the potential for heavy rainfall. High 63F. Winds SE at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 100%. Rainfall possibly over one inch.

Clouds

67° / Clouds

Sunrise: 6:52am

Sunset: 4:45pm

436 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

November 9, 2022

consolidated River Patrol fishing report: CFS 335 at the dam, CFS 442 at the Pineville gauge - water temperature this morning was 37 degrees - air temperature started out not much above freezing and climbed to it's current 56 degrees - hazy blue skies, sunshine, moderate winds made for a nice enough day - from first light until about 9 AM there was a decent amount of action throughout the run with Steelhead, but typically, as soon as the sun rose above the trees, they all hunkered down - it remained a slow and irregular pick throughout the remainder of the day, with varied reports from guests leaving the run - high rod today was apparently 4/ 7 on Steelhead - overnight temperature will be 41 degrees - the forecast for tomorrow is: Mostly sunny skies. High 66F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph. Looks like Friday we are looking at a lot of rain throughout the day and that night, with chances for rain continuing through the weekend in the 60th and 70th percentiles - no idea how that will effect CFS at the dam, or in our part of the run, however overcast conditions and increased flows are usually a trigger for greater fish activity throughout the day

Clear

56° / Clear

Sunrise: 6:50am

Sunset: 4:46pm

442 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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Clear

November 8, 2022

9 AM and 4 PM River Patrol consolidated fishing report: CFS 335 at the dam, CFS 447 at the Pineville gauge - water temperature ranged from 48 degrees at our 6 AM opening, up to 51 degrees at noon - air temperatures started at 49 degrees, then dropped to it's current 43 degrees - hazy blue skies, sunshine, light to moderate winds made for a pleasant day to be out and about - this morning, the Steelhead action was described as "good" in the middle through upper sections of the run - the lower section was "slower" by comparison - no other fish species made an appearance this morning - as our guests came off the run during the afternoon, those who chose to report oftentimes stated Steelhead numbers in the 3 to 5 range, with one small Brown Trout in the afternoon tally - the afternoon report indicated that Steelhead action continued, with fresh fish nosing into the run, providing "an awesome day" per one center-pinner . . . one guest mentioned that, while fishing brown nymphs he received strike after strike - when he lost all his brown flies, and switched to black, nothing . . . interesting tidbit - overnight low will be 29 degrees - the forecast for tomorrow is: A mainly sunny sky. High 57F. Winds SE at 10 to 15 mph.

Clear

44° / Clear

Sunrise: 6:49am

Sunset: 4:47pm

447 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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Clear

November 7, 2022

Daily Fishing Report: Today's temperature change and windy conditions may have affected the fishing this afternoon. The bite was better this morning as Guide Rick stated that in the middle section of the run, he and his clients went 8 out of 14. The water temperature was 53F at 6am this morning. Big weather change for tonight mostly clear. Low 37F. Winds NW at 15 to 25 mph. More clear and cold condition for tomorrow. Sunny, High 47F. Winds N at 10 to 15 mph.

Clear

54° / Clear

Sunrise: 6:48am

Sunset: 4:48pm

447 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

clear

Clear

November 6, 2022

consolidated 9 AM and 4 PM River Patrol fishing report: CFS at the dam 335, at the Pineville gauge 453 - water temperature started at 56 degrees early this morning and climbed a few degrees over the day - air temperature started at a warm 71 degrees early this morning - overnight rains did not appear last night, as forecasted, however shortly after opening at 6 AM, a front moved through, the air temperature plummeted to 66 degrees, then to 63 degrees, before at slow climb back up to 65 degrees as of this report - waves of rain worked through our area most of the morning, from sprinkling, through drizzles, through torrents, each relatively short lived - the late morning skies ranged from mostly cloudy, through partly cloudy with weak sunshine - winds ranged from light and variable through very strong gusts - despite rapidly changing weather patterns, the Steelhead did not seem to be effected - early reports from the upper section used words I have rarely heard this season such as "on fire", with "steady pick" describing the rest of the run - as the day progressed, a pattern developed: waves of Steelhead would make their way through an area, providing relatively intense action for a short period, before a lull, then repeating throughout the day - a lot of happy guests reported "good" Steelhead action, with a fair number reporting numbers in the 5s to 7s - "the fish are there" was oft repeated - in the late afternoon, reports indicated the whole run was fishing well, with the most action again centered in the upper section - tonight will be a low of 52 degrees, with a 50% chance of rain showers - the forecast for tomorrow is: Windy with a few clouds from time to time. High 57F. Winds W at 20 to 30 mph.

Clouds

62° / Clouds

Sunrise: 6:46am

Sunset: 4:49pm

453 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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November 5, 2022

consolidated River Patrol 9 AM and 4 PM fishing report: CFS 335 at the dam, 430 at the Pineville gauge - water temperature 52 degrees this morning - the day started out with an air temperature of 60 degrees, gradually rising to a peak of 76 degrees, now slowly cooling off as of this report - a partly cloudy and sunny morning changed to an overcast afternoon and early evening - winds have been relatively light and variable - early reports were that there was a brief flurry of fish activity, in the middle section only, with Steelhead, which rapidly slowed down when the sun was over the trees - about normal - as the late morning and early afternoon progressed I had individual guests, and guides and their clients, state that they "did fairly well" with reports of 1 / 6, 4 / 6, and certain holes being "loaded with fish (Steelhead) with Kings mixed in" - again, the middle section was most active - towards the early evening the reports shifted to "a steady pick" on Steelhead in the upper section, with the mention of a solitary Brown Trout in that section, and lesser action continuing in the middle section - there was very little mentioned about the lower section today - tonight's low will be 63 degrees, with a 70% chance of rain showers (yes!) - the forecast for tomorrow is: A steady rain in the morning. Showers continuing in the afternoon. High 66F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 70%. Rainfall around a quarter of an inch. (yes!!)

Clouds

73° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:45am

Sunset: 5:50pm

430 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

November 4, 2022

Daily Fishing Report: This morning the fishing in the middle and upper sections of the run had some good activity, the average size of the fish seemed large in comparison to what's been seen recently. The warmer temperatures this afternoon challenged our guests all up and down the run. The weather for tonight some clouds. Low 58F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph. Tomorrows weather a mix of clouds and sun in the morning followed by cloudy skies during the afternoon. High 73F. Winds S at 10 to 20 mph. NOTE: Time change on the 6th, Opening at 6AM and Closing at 5:45 PM

Clouds

71° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:44am

Sunset: 5:52pm

436 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

November 3, 2022

Daily Fishing Report...The River Patrol this morning saw lots of activity in the middle of the run, which was also noted by a guide or two. Upper end of the run saw some activity. The water temperature for this morning was 54F. The afternoon River Patrol noted that the action had moved to the lower end of the run, with the middle and upper sections having some activity. One angler noted that guests using egg sacks did somewhat better than flies. Weather for tonight clear this evening then becoming cloudy after midnight. Expect mist and reduced visibilities at times. Low 48F. Winds SSW at 5 to 10 mph.  For tomorrow partly cloudy skies. Expect mist and reduced visibilities at times. High 68F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. NOTE: Time change on the 6th, Opening at 6AM and Closing at 5:45 PM

Clear

69° / Clear

Sunrise: 7:42am

Sunset: 5:53pm

430 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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Clear

November 2, 2022

Evening Fishing Report: Today the upper end of the run saw the most activity, Steelheads were hooked and landed along with a King. The middle section had some Steelhead action. As one guest stated "a very relaxing day". The water temperature this morning was 51F. The weather for tonight cloudy skies early, followed by partial clearing. Slight chance of a rain shower. Low 46F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph. Tomorrows weather will be mostly cloudy skies early, then partly cloudy in the afternoon. High 57F. Winds light and variable.

Clouds

56° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:41am

Sunset: 5:54pm

430 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

November 1, 2022

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consolidated morning and evening River Patrol fishing report: CFS at the dam 335, CFS 436 at the Pineville gauge - water temperature this morning was 54 degrees, air temperature hovered in the high 50s all day, an overcast day slowly morphed into a very foggy late afternoon that is thickening as we move into the evening, light breezes all day - this morning, it appears that there was a relatively decent pick on Steelhead throughout the run, with the lower end being slightly more productive, reversing a weeklong trend - as guests came off the run, about half flashed a goose egg sign, with the other half indicating moderate success in the two to four range, most being Steelhead, with a couple of Brown Trout showing up - reports in the late afternoon, early evening suggested an uptick in angler success, such as 3 / 7, 4 / 9, - an overnight low of 46 degrees is forecasted, with a slight chance of a shower, and the forecast for tomorrow is: Mostly cloudy skies early, then partly cloudy in the afternoon. High 57F. Winds light and variable.

Clouds

57° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:40am

Sunset: 5:56pm

436 CFS Pineville Gauge

335 CFS Dam Release

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