Clouds
29° / Clouds
Sunrise 7:13am
Sunset 5:24pm
Clouds
476 CFS Pineville Gauge
500 CFS Dam Release

January 31, 2023

Temperatures didn’t budge much today, remaining around 20 F for the majority of the day.  Things got off to a quiet start this morning, with just another handful of anglers, waiting out the early morning slush.  All anglers were fairly brief in the outings, but rewarded for their attempts today despite the temperatures.

Clouds

15° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:22am

Sunset: 5:13pm

998 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

January 30, 2023

Back to snow, with steady, light snow showers for most of the day. Overall, a bit cold, but with little to no wind it definitely made for a good day on the water for the handful of anglers that decided to join us.  Reports from the anglers we spoke with indicated a bit less activity, compared to what we saw over the weekend.  About half of our anglers today were able to get on the board, with a few ‘2 for’s being reported.  While the other half of our anglers were unfortunately not as successful in their outings.  With temperatures on a steady decline, we will likely have some slushy days, and bring the long awaited, first shelf ice of the season. The release from the dam is currently scheduled to remain at 750 CFS until 11:59 PM tomorrow 1/31/23.

Snow

27° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:23am

Sunset: 5:12pm

1020 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

snow

Snow

January 29, 2023

Another day with temperatures into the high 30's and light and intermittent rain showers for the better part of the day. The fact that it is rain and not snow with temperatures near 40 for this time of year is amazing. We'll take it. We had about two dozen anglers take advantage of the conditions today and of those that I spoke with I would characterize the day as "very good". As I said I didn't speak with everyone and there were a few that failed to get into fish, but that was the exception and not the rule. Most got into multiple fish; characterized as fresh, bright, and full of energy. 3 for 6, 0 for 3, "at least six and lost a bunch"1 for 7 and one for 7. The bite was real light today which explains good numbers of fish hooked but not a good proportion landed.

Rain

38° / Rain

Sunrise: 7:24am

Sunset: 5:10pm

1020 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

rain

Rain

January 28, 2023

CFS at the dam 750, CFS at the Pineville gauge 1030 - air temperatures started at 35 degrees early this morning, rose to a high of 43 degrees at 1:30 PM, then has been slowly dropping since to it's current 36 degrees - skies remained overcast, we had a slushy couple of inches on the ground from overnight falls, and small (short-lived) waves of small grapple (miniature snowballs) and sprinkles of rain moved through this morning, but the afternoon was clear of any type of precipitation - a calm morning changed to winds picking up just a bit late morning, apparently blowing straight up the river, which caused a bit of difficulty with drifts - we had 27 guests join us, with perhaps ten accessing from other points than the Welcome Center - I spoke to several guests who came off the river fairly early this morning, to warm up, get some food, tackle, etc., before heading back out - the initial reports were that there had been no action whatsoever . . . however, at 10:45 AM one guest came up, all smiles, reporting 2 / 5 Steelhead, all bright chrome, drifting blue egg sacks under a bobber - 10:50 AM a trio of guests came off the run - all they would say was "we did well . . . OK" . . . 12:30 AM a single guest reported 1 / 1 Steelhead drifting a pink egg sack under a bobber in the upper section - at 1:45 PM a sole guest reported 2 / 3 Steelhead bottom bouncing egg sacks in the middle section (he "usually does much better" each outing) - at 2:55 PM a pair of guests reported 1 Steelhead between them, swinging an egg patterned fly in the middle section - 3:45 PM a guest reported 1 / 1 on a nice 28" Domestic Rainbow in full colors, as well as 1 / 1 on a 25" Brown Trout, swinging flies in the lower section - at 3:55 PM two veteran anglers reported each scoring double-digits for Steelhead, a mix of dark and chrome, drifting eggs under a bobber in the middle and lower sections - at 5:25 the last two guests came off the run - they reported 2 / 3 and 1 / 2 respectively, all Steelhead, drifting beads under a bobber - the forecast for tonight is: Snow showers will become more widely scattered overnight. Low 27F. Winds SE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of snow 50%. The forecast for tomorrow is: Rain likely. Temps nearly steady in the mid 30s. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 100%. Rainfall near a quarter of an inch.

Clouds

34° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:25am

Sunset: 5:09pm

1020 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

January 27, 2023

Just a few anglers joined us on the run which, quite frankly, surprised me. Temperatures in the upper 30's to near 40, overcast skies with no precipitation. Water a little high but really not that bad. No slush. No shelf ice. Pretty good Steelhead weather any time of year but for the end of January? What more can you ask for? All anglers were able to bring fresh Steelhead to hand (which included one angler that stopped by for the last hour of the day). Best of the bunch went 6 for 7, which is a really good day. With dropping water and temperatures in the mid-30's tomorrow, I would think it would be a good day to be on the run. Water will be dropping to 750 cfs from the dam at 9:00PM this evening and the current flow at Pineville is 1310 cfs.

Clouds

33° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:26am

Sunset: 5:08pm

1310 CFS Pineville Gauge

1000 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

January 26, 2023

We had blustery conditions on the run today, yet we still had a number of anglers try their luck. Reports varied but some anglers were able to get into a few steelhead even thought the weather drove them off by mid afternoon. We picked up about 5 inches of snow in the last 24 hours but many areas are windswept.

Snow

28° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:27am

Sunset: 5:06pm

1330 CFS Pineville Gauge

1000 CFS Dam Release

snow

Snow

January 25, 2023

Angling improved today despite the impending weather front. All the guests we've spoken with have reported success, of course some better then others. As of 3:30pm we're receiving a steady snowfall, with 8-12" of snow possible. The snow will turn to rain later  tonight and will likely make things messy in the morning. Please use caution if you plan to visit us tomorrow! The release from the dam is scheduled to remain at 1,000cfs through midnight tonight and the Pineville gauge reports 1,330cfs.

Snow

31° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:28am

Sunset: 5:05pm

1330 CFS Pineville Gauge

1000 CFS Dam Release

snow

Snow

January 23, 2023

It was a quiet day on the run, a handful of anglers had the place to themselves and reported a challenging day with the higher flows. A tug on the line and one steelhead brought to hand is the report as of 3pm.  The release from the dam is scheduled to remain at 1,500cfs through midnight tonight. We picked up a couple inches of snow over the last 24 hrs, but nothing that impedes walking the trails. We may pick up another 1-2 inches of snow over the next 24 hrs.    

Clouds

29° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:29am

Sunset: 5:02pm

1850 CFS Pineville Gauge

1500 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

January 22, 2023

CFS 1500 at the dam, 1860 at the Pineville gauge - air temperature started out at 33 degrees first thing this AM, rose to our high of 38 degrees, and is currently 35 degrees - our skies were overcast the entire day, winds were light, and there was only occasional, very brief snowfall - 12 guests joined us today, starting just after opening to 1 PM - at 11:15 AM the first guest came off the run - he struck out bottom bouncing an egg patterned fly in the middle section - at noon a pair of guests reported no success drifting beads under a bobber - at 1 PM we at last received some good news - one guest reported 2 / 3 for dark Steelhead, with the miss on a nice Brown Trout he was able to see before it cut loose - at 1:24 PM a guest reported no luck, however he stated he was swinging flies, without a sink tip . . . shortly after, a guest reported 0 / 1 on a "large Steelhead" while drifting beads under a bobber - at 2:55 PM a guest reported 1 / 1 Steelhead drifting an egg patterned fly (peach with tinsel) under a bobber - at 3:19 PM a guest reported "same as yesterday" (he was top rod and did well enough) and shared pictures of a nice chunky Steelhead and Brown Trout from today - at 4:45 PM our last guest off the run reported 3 / 5 "decent sized" Steelhead drifting eggs under a bobber - forecast for tonight: Snow this evening will give way to lingering snow showers late. Low 31F. Winds E at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of snow 100%. 1 to 3 inches of snow expected. Forecast for tomorrow: Overcast. A few flurries or snow showers possible. Temps nearly steady in the low to mid 30s. Winds NNW at 10 to 15 mph.

Snow

35° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:30am

Sunset: 5:01pm

1860 CFS Pineville Gauge

1500 CFS Dam Release

snow

Snow

January 21, 2023

CFS at the dam 1500, CFS at the Pineville gauge 1920 as of 3:15 PM - air temperature started at 31 degrees, climbed to a high of 39 degrees - an overcast sky all day, very light winds, occasional frozen mist falling, all made for a relatively pleasant Winter day to be outdoors - we had 11 guests join us on the run, starting just after opening time to early afternoon - the first pair of guests came off the run at 10:45 AM, reporting one Steelhead between them, drifting a frosted orange 10mm bead under a bobber - another guest, on their heels, reported 1 /2 Steelhead drifting a bead under a bobber and drifting a Maribou jig - a solitary guest came up at 11:30 AM and reported 0 / 2 drifting egg sacks under a bobber - the next two guests came off the run at 2:30, with both reporting 0 / 1 - a guest who came off the run at 4:10 PM, who had arrived after noon, reported 2 / 4, including a nice 6# Brown Trout (I saw the picture) and a Steelhead - he stated he had done better the last two days - the last wo guests came off the run at 4:30 PM - one reported bringing a small Brown Trout to hand, the other just had a "tug" (but was "taking it easy today") - most of these guests covered as much water as possible, on the North shore - another guests fished the South shore and reportedly (secondhand) did well enough - the overnight low will be 29 degrees, and the forecast for tomorrow is: Cloudy early with periods of light rain and snow later in the day. High 39F. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of precipitation 80%.

Clouds

31° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:31am

Sunset: 5:00pm

1910 CFS Pineville Gauge

1500 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

January 20, 2023

We've had snow flurries in the air the entire day but nothing has accumulated on the ground aside from a light dusting. Of the 9 anglers that fished the run, most reported tough conditions but we did have one go 3/4. The rest were able to pick away with a nibble or bite here or there. The weekend weather looks decent for mid-January, flows are scheduled to remain at 1,000cfs through midnight tonight.

Snow

31° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:31am

Sunset: 4:58pm

1540 CFS Pineville Gauge

1000 CFS Dam Release

snow

Snow

January 19, 2023

It was a soggy day on the run but that didn't stop a handful of anglers from enjoying a few hours on the water this afternoon. Covering ground was the name of the game today, and a couple anglers were able to bring several steelhead to hand while some only reports a tug or two on the line. A mix of rain and snow tomorrow wont make weather conditions any easier, but I guess that's what steelhead fishing is all about!  

Snow

33° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:32am

Sunset: 4:57pm

1500 CFS Pineville Gauge

1000 CFS Dam Release

snow

Snow

Reminder

REMINDER – Tonight 1/19/23 at 6:00 PM will be our Fishing Pass Release for October dates.
Guests may log-in to their DSR account to be placed in queue starting at 5:30 PM. Please read ALL purchasing information ahead of tonight’s pass release.
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January 18, 2023

An unusually warm day for this time of year encouraged a half dozen angers to join us on the run. Those with whom I spoke were happy to be here and not at work and were able to bring a few Steelhead to hand. One anglers went 3 for 3, another 0 for 1, and one angler brought two to hand (the larger being around 10 pounds. All bright, fresh fish. Water flow from the dam remains at 1000 cfs and the current flow from Pineville is 1520 cfs.
 
A note of thanks and appreciation to all those that experienced any difficulties in last nights pass release. We truly appreciate your patience, loyalty and know that we have been working to resolve any issues for individuals as well as taking corrective steps on our website so that tomorrows pass release will run more smoothly. If anyone has any concerns or issues that haven't, as yet, been brought to our attention please do not hesitate to contact us. Again. Thank you all.

Clouds

37° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:33am

Sunset: 4:56pm

1520 CFS Pineville Gauge

1000 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

January 17, 2023

REMINDER - Tonight 1/17/23 at 6:00 PM will be our first Fishing Pass Release for September dates.

Guests may log-in to their DSR account to be placed in queue starting at 5:30 PM. Please read ALL purchasing information ahead of tonight's pass release.


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General Release Information - https://dsr.mobi/3PJHbzs

Clouds

30° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:33am

Sunset: 4:55pm

1350 CFS Pineville Gauge

1000 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

January 16, 2023

Another chilly start with temperatures remaining just below freezing for the day. The few brave anglers that joined us first thing this morning indicated some anchor ice, but it dissipated quick with the minimal overcast.  A majority of the anglers whom joined us, trickled in once things warmed up a bit in the late morning.  Most anglers we spoke with indicated similar success, with one fish landed, a few lost, but overall fairly quiet activity today.    

Clouds

29° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:34am

Sunset: 4:53pm

1370 CFS Pineville Gauge

1000 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

Reminder

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January 15, 2023

CFS 1000 at the dam, CFS at the Pineville gauge 1410 - air temperature started at 14 degrees this morning and climbed to 23 degrees - an overcast morning gave way to cloudless blue skies and brilliant sunshine for the remainder of the day - winds remained light and variable all day - we had eight guests join us on the run, from opening to 1 PM - of these, I was able to speak to four as they left the run - two anglers fished with flies, one bottom bouncing stone flies, and the other swinging, both in the middle to lower sections - they were unsuccessful - the last person off the run at 3:15 PM reported one Steelhead, drifting what appeared to be a bead under a bobber - overnight low will be 14 degrees - the forecast for tomorrow is: Mainly sunny. High 31F. Winds NNW at 5 to 10 mph.

Clouds

23° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:34am

Sunset: 4:52pm

1410 CFS Pineville Gauge

1000 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

January 14, 2023

Felt like January today. Overcast skies with overnight temperatures in the teens and daytime temperatures in the low 20's. We did have a couple of anglers join us today with one angler swinging flies with no luck and a float fisherman that was able to bring three fish to hand. Pretty good considering the conditions.
Water from the dam is to remain at 1000 cfs through midnight tomorrow and the current flow at Pineville is 1430 cfs.
 
 
Reminder
DSR will operate on a delayed opening this weekend January 14-15 due to extreme cold overnight and likely slushy conditions during the early morning hours. We will be open for fishing on both days at 9AM.
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Clouds

20° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:35am

Sunset: 4:51pm

1430 CFS Pineville Gauge

1000 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

January 13, 2023

It was a tough pick on a windy day but that didn't stop a handful of hearty anglers from joining us. Those who toughed it out were able to hook into a steelhead or two but they really had to put their time in and cover some ground. Note: DSR will delay its opening this weekend (Jan. 14 & 15, 2023) due to the extremely cold temperatures forecasted and the resulting slush these temps will cause. As a result, DSR will open at 9AM both days. Attention Guests:  DSR shares information on the upcoming daily fishing pass releases for the fall 2023 season (begins Jan. 17). Click Here for specific information about our new 'Purchasing Queue' system or copy and past douglastonsalmonrun.com/2023passrelease/ into your web browser.

Snow

29° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:35am

Sunset: 4:50pm

1540 CFS Pineville Gauge

1000 CFS Dam Release

snow

Snow

Reminder

DSR will operate on a delayed opening this weekend January 14-15 due to extreme cold overnight and likely slushy conditions during the early morning hours. We will be open for fishing on both days at 9AM.

January 12, 2023

Another dozen anglers joined us on the run today, taking advantage of a rather mild day in the 40’s. While the temperatures seemed enticing, and the overcast was optimal, I think most of our anglers could have done without all the roaring winds.  The release from the dam remained at 1000 CFS today, reporting  1340 CFS at the Pineville gauge this evening.  With that said, between the wind and the water levels, today seemed a little more difficult for most of our anglers than the last few, with just a few fish being brought to hand. At this time the dam release has not been scheduled beyond tonight (1/12/23) at midnight.  Please check SafeWaters (www.safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill) for update dam release information.    

Rain

37° / Rain

Sunrise: 7:36am

Sunset: 4:49pm

1340 CFS Pineville Gauge

1000 CFS Dam Release

rain

Rain

Reminder

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January 11, 2023

A bit of slush along with an increase in the dam release made for a quiet early morning on the run.  Last night the dam release was increased to 1,000 CFS, where it is scheduled to remain until midnight tonight.  Anglers trickled in late morning, into the early afternoon after things began to warm up and slush dissipated down here on the lower end. Just about a dozen anglers joined us in total today.  Conditions early afternoon definitely looked questionable, with clear blue skies. However, it seemed to be reported as the most productive timeframe.  In just a few hours we went to zero sun, with complete overcast and things seemed to quiet down for most of our anglers.  Overall reports from our anglers indicated similar fish activity to yesterday, with a few unable to keep them buttoned up in the high flows, but a majority indicating they were able to land a solid fish or two with several lost.  

Clouds

32° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:36am

Sunset: 4:48pm

1280 CFS Pineville Gauge

1000 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

Reminder

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January 10, 2023

This morning proved to be pretty productive on the Run with a number of anglers reporting big & feisty steelhead on the line. The first several anglers off the water had reports ranging from 1/2 and 3/4 while a third landed 5 steelhead. The morning flurry of activity tapered off mid-day and we are waiting to see what the half dozen anglers that are still down on the run report about the afternoon bite.

Clouds

26° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:36am

Sunset: 4:46pm

1020 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

Reminder

Reminder
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UPDATE : 2023 Pass Pricing Now Available – https://douglastonsalmonrun.com/fishing/#price-guide

January 9, 2023

We had a decent angler turnout today, over a dozen anglers joined us on the run and surprisingly, most are still down on the water as of 3pm. Of those that ventured off the water earlier this afternoon, all were able to get into a steelhead or two, some were able to double that! All in all, everyone is happy to have lower water flows and decent weather - especially for January!

Clouds

32° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:45pm

1040 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

January 8, 2023

The weather wasn't quite as good as yesterday, but the fishing was better. Overall. While no one reported getting into big numbers ( a couple anglers were able to bring four Steelhead to hand) overall a larger percentage of anglers were able to bring fish to hand. Yesterday it was about 50/50 in terms of getting into fish or striking out. Today I would say it was closer to 90/10.
 
The water release schedule at this hour (4:50PM) hasn't been updated and is still 750 cfs through midnight tonight and the current flow at Pineville is 1070 cfs (steadily ticking downward)

Clouds

28° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:44pm

1070 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

January 7, 2023

A chillier day than we have had for a while, but that didn't discourage about twenty anglers from joining us on the run. The sun did come out this afternoon, but things didn't warm up too much. Fishing reports were mixed today. Of those that I spoke with, half struggled to bring a fish to hand and the other half that I spoke with had a very good day with more than a few fish having been brought to hand. Water dropping during the day probably didn't help the situation, but with the water down and settled for a day, tomorrow may prove to be more productive for more anglers.
The latest posted water release schedule has the water remaining t 750 cfs and the current flow at Pineville is 1140 cfs

Clouds

29° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:43pm

1130 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

January 6, 2023

We are happy to finally be back open after 4 days of high water closure. At 8AM this morning water flows dropped to 1,500cfs, and are forecasted to drop again to 750cfs at 8am Saturday morning. Cloudy skies dominated the day but at least we were rain-free. Two anglers took advantage of the dropping flows and as of 3pm, one reported landing a steelhead on the swing in the lower end of the run. The water temperature this morning was 35F.

Clouds

37° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:42pm

1920 CFS Pineville Gauge

1500 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

Reminder

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January 5, 2023

The release from the dam remains at 2,200 CFS where it currently scheduled to remain until 11:59 PM tonight (1/5/23). With the release from the dam exceeding 2,000 CFS; DSR remained closed for fishing today, and will continue to remain closed for fishing until the release from the dam drops below 2,000 CFS.

Clouds

43° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:41pm

2790 CFS Pineville Gauge

2200 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

Reminder

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January 4, 2023

The release from the dam remains at 2,200 CFS where it currently scheduled to remain until 11:59 PM tonight (1/4/23). With the release from the dam exceeding 2,000 CFS; DSR remained closed for fishing today, and will continue to remain closed for fishing until the release from the dam drops below 2,000 CFS.

Rain

42° / Rain

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:40pm

2570 CFS Pineville Gauge

2200 CFS Dam Release

rain

Rain

Reminder

Now Available – 2023 Daily Pass Pricing – Click Here

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January 3, 2023

The release from the dam remains at 2,200 CFS where it currently scheduled to remain until 11:59 PM tonight (1/3/23). With the release from the dam exceeding 2,000 CFS; DSR remained closed for fishing today, and will continue to remain closed for fishing until the release from the dam drops below 2,000 CFS.

Rain

40° / Rain

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:39pm

2600 CFS Pineville Gauge

2200 CFS Dam Release

rain

Rain

January 2, 2023

The release from the dam was increased last night, from 1650 CSF to 2,200 CFS where it currently scheduled to remain until 11:59 PM tonight (1/2/23).  With the release from the dam exceeding 2,000 CFS; DSR remained closed for fishing today, and will continue to remain closed for fishing until the release from the dam drops below 2,000 CFS.

Clouds

40° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:38pm

2650 CFS Pineville Gauge

2200 CFS Dam Release

clouds

Clouds

January 1, 2023

Just a few anglers joined us on the run today. While the water is still on the high side, the weather was pretty good. Overcast skies, sprinkles late in the day, little wind, and temperatures in the 40's. We'll take it for early January. The most success was had by two anglers that came in the afternoon and fished for a few hours going one for seven.
 
The posted water release for tomorrow remains at 1650 cfs from the dam and the current flow at Pineville is 2140 cfs (which has been ticking up over the past few days). The forecast is calling for warmer temperatures and rain by mid-week which may prove problematic for Steelhead fishing. We'll have to wait and see.

Rain

37° / Rain

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:38pm

2140 CFS Pineville Gauge

1650 CFS Dam Release

rain

Rain