Clouds
68° / Clouds
Sunrise 6:08am
Sunset 7:57pm
Clouds
641 CFS Pineville Gauge
500 CFS Dam Release

January 31, 2024

CFS at the dam remains at 1500 (at least until midnight tonight), CFS at the Pineville gauge started at 1850 and only dropped to 1830 by the end of the day - water temperature was 34 degrees - an overcast day, with little to no wind, no precipitation - a few guests tried the run this morning, all without success - a solitary angler arrived very late in the afternoon, fished at most a couple of hours, and "had a good day". tonight's forecast is: "Cloudy. Flurries or snow showers possible late. Low 33F. Winds SSW at 5 to 10 mph." Tomorrow's forecast is: "Cloudy early with showers for the afternoon hours. A few flurries or snow showers possible. Temps nearly steady in the mid 30s. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 40%." Please be sure to monitor scheduled flows via safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill ahead of any upcoming trips.

Clouds

38° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:22am

Sunset: 5:13pm

1830 CFS Pineville Gauge

1500 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 30, 2024

Reasonable temperatures with light winds made for decent fishing conditions, but for some reason anglers stayed away today. One angler fished for a few hours this afternoon without success before calling it a day. Water flow from the dam remains at 1500cfs and the flow at Pineville is holding steady at 1880cfs. Improving weather conditions are forecast for tomorrow with some sunshine predicted (if you can believe that) and temperatures in the low 40's. Sounds like a good day to hit the river.

Clouds

32° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:23am

Sunset: 5:11pm

1880 CFS Pineville Gauge

1500 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 29, 2024

CFS at the dam is 1500. CFS at the Pineville gauge started at 1940 this morning and dropped to 1920 by this evening. An overcast day, with light winds. A few guests joined us on the run, however they did not check out at the Welcome Center so I am unable to report their experiences for today.
Currently, the dam release is scheduled to remain at 1500 CFS until 11:59 PM tonight. Please be sure to monitor scheduled flows via safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill ahead of any upcoming trips.
tonight's forecast: partly cloudy. Low 24F. Winds E at 5 to 10 mph.
tomorrow's forecast: cloudy. High 36F. Winds SE at 5 to 10 mph.

Clouds

30° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:24am

Sunset: 5:10pm

1920 CFS Pineville Gauge

1500 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 28, 2024

The dam release increased to 1500 CFS last night, where it remained today, and is currently scheduled to remain until 11:59 PM tomorrow (1/29).  Rain and higher water kept things fairly quiet on the run, with a few anglers making their way onto the run beginning first thing this morning.  Based on the Pineville gauge, we've continued to see runoff slowly taper off.  From reports we received from anglers today, it seems things fished similar to that of yesterday in the 1200 release with just a few fish hooked and landed, most of which were fresh steelhead with 1 brown trout reported in the mix.  Currently, the dam release is scheduled to remain at 1500 CFS until 11:59 PM tomorrow 1/29. Please be sure to monitor scheduled flows via safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill ahead of any upcoming trips.

Rain

35° / Rain

Sunrise: 7:25am

Sunset: 5:09pm

1970 CFS Pineville Gauge

1500 CFS Dam Release

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Rain

January 27, 2024

Despite the higher water a number of anglers joined us, with most getting an early start this morning.  Runoff began tapering off a bit today, but still a significant amount of it, based on the Pineville gauge still running about 600 CFS higher than the dam release.  From the reports we received from our anglers today, water clarity didn't seem to be too much of an issue.  Given the high flows restricting the accessibility, a majority of angling efforts remained focused on the north side, and particularly the middle sections of the property.  A few anglers made their way to the lower most sections of the property, happily reporting that things are no longer 'locked up' with ice. Overall, it seems the fishing was 'okay' today, most just had a hard time keeping them on the hook.  With another day of rain ahead of us, the dam release is currently scheduled to be increased from the current 1200 CFS to 1500 CFS at 6:00 PM tonight (1/27).  Given the variability and frequent adjustment to the dam release scheduling, please monitor flows via safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill ahead of any upcoming trips.  

Clouds

37° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:26am

Sunset: 5:07pm

1800 CFS Pineville Gauge

1200 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 26, 2024

The temperatures were moderate again today and the sun tried to come out (we saw a few patches of blue) but it never made it and then the temperatures started to drop. While we didn't have much rain today, there was considerable snow melt which put colder water into the system and caused the level to rise throughout the day. The few anglers that I spoke with had a couple of fish on, but were not successful bring one to hand The water from the dam will remain at 1200 cfs and the water at Pineville is 1880 cfs

Clouds

34° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:27am

Sunset: 5:06pm

1870 CFS Pineville Gauge

1200 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 25, 2024

It's certainly hard to ask for more comfortable winter conditions.  Temperatures remained in the low 40's today, with plenty of overcast and very little wind.  With another day of warmer temperatures we have continued to see a significant amount of snow melt sending ice cold run-off into the river.  Based on the reports we received from anglers today, things remained pretty consistent throughout the day.  Most anglers fortunate enough to find a couple of fish, but they seemed few and far between today with the continued surge of cold snow melt.  At this time the dam release is currently scheduled to remain at 500 CFS until 11:59 PM tonight (1/25).  Please be sure to monitor the scheduled dam release via safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill.      

Clouds

38° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:28am

Sunset: 5:05pm

786 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 24, 2024

A mild day, with temperatures teetering around 40 F.  Light rains and warmer temperatures made quick work of the snow today, sending quite a bit of cold run off into the river.  With another break in the weather, we saw quite a few more anglers today.  Based on the reports we received from our anglers today, it was a tough pick, with 'plenty of fish around' but 'not a lot of cooperation'.  The dam release is currently scheduled to remain at 500 CFS until 11:59 PM tonight (1/24).  With a bit more rain and warmer weather in the forecast, please be sure to monitor the scheduled dam release via safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill.

Rain

36° / Rain

Sunrise: 7:29am

Sunset: 5:03pm

688 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release

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Rain

January 23, 2024

Temperatures held just above freezing, making for a mixture of a bit of light rain, but mostly snow.  With fairly comfortable conditions and flows remaining at 500 CFS, we saw a bit more angling pressure today with anglers filtering on and off the run throughout the day. Overall, based on the reports we received from our anglers, fishing seemed pretty good, with a majority of anglers reporting multiple fish landed in their outings.  Efforts continue to be concentrated in the middle sections of the property, with no reports from the lower or upper sections today.  At this time, the dam release is scheduled to remain at 500 CFS until 11:59 PM tonight (1/23).  Please check safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill for an updated dam release schedule.

Snow

34° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:29am

Sunset: 5:02pm

688 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release

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Snow

January 22, 2024

It's nice to see a glimpse of some blue skies after all that snow! While temperatures are still below freezing, we made it out of the teens today for the first time in a few days now. Just a few anglers eagerly took to the run today, but contended with significant slush this morning until things crawled out of the teens with a little encouragement from the sun.   With the combination of low temperatures, snow, and lack of activity, we've started to develop our first substantial shelf ice of the season down on the run.  It also appears that the estuary has frozen over, over the past week, and has likely begun to freeze over some of the lower most sections of the property.

Clouds

31° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:30am

Sunset: 5:01pm

688 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 21, 2024

Morning snow showers gave way at mid-day to clearing skies and a mostly sunny day. An absolutely beautiful winter day. The cold temperatures made fishing a challenge with the considerable slush throughout the day. Temperatures will be on the rise this week and after the cold snap we've had, it should feel downright balmy by mid-week. The flow of 750 cfs from the dam is scheduled to drop to 500 cfs at 9:00PM and the current water flow at Pineville is 1010 cfs (but that will be dropping as well).

Clouds

23° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:31am

Sunset: 4:59pm

1010 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 20, 2024

Not a great deal of accumulation (maybe 3 inches), but steady light snow for the better part of the day. REMINDER: Due to tonight's forecast for temperatures in the single digits and the probable slush in the morning, we will delay our opening until 9:00AM

Snow

13° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:32am

Sunset: 4:58pm

1070 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Snow

January 19, 2024

To our Guests, Thank you for your patience and cooperation during our recent pass releases. We acknowledge that the system hasn’t performed up to the expected standards, causing considerable frustration among our guests. For this, we offer our most sincere and heartfelt apology. We anticipated that the modifications implemented in the system this year would result in better functionality compared to previous years.  The pass release last night showed promise, and we are committed to building upon it for next week’s Premium Pass release.  Moving forward, DSR is committed to implementing substantial changes to guarantee a more seamless pass purchasing process in the future. Many of you have already reached out to us for assistance that we’re happy to provide. However, if you encountered difficulties during this year’s pass releases, please do not hesitate to contact our Guest Services Team. [email protected] 315-298-6672 ext. 0 Sincerely, The DSR Staff

Clouds

15° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:32am

Sunset: 4:57pm

1030 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 19, 2024

IMPORTANT - Weekend Announcement: Due to the extreme cold forecasted for this weekend, DSR will have a delayed opening at 9:00AM on both Saturday and Sunday 1/20 & 1/21. The fishing pass page has been updated. Passes from January to December 2024 are now available for purchase based on remaining supplies. The 'buy a pass' page will be disabled on Tuesday, January 23rd for the Premium Pass release but will be enabled again Wednesday, January 24th for the remainder of the year.

Clouds

15° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:32am

Sunset: 4:57pm

1030 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 19, 2024

IMPORTANT - Weekend Announcement: Due to the extreme cold forecasted for this weekend,  DSR will have a delayed opening at 9:00AM on both Friday and Saturday 1/20 & 1/21.
The fishing pass page is currently under maintenance. Daily fishing pass sales are anticipated to resume upon the conclusion of the 1/23/24 Premium Pass release, or shortly thereafter.

Clouds

19° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:32am

Sunset: 4:57pm

1030 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 18, 2024

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
Due to the forecasted overnight low of a frigid 14F, the DSR will have a delayed opening tomorrow, Friday,  1/19/24 at 9:00AM.

Snow

25° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:33am

Sunset: 4:56pm

1040 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Snow

January 15, 2024

No snow and minimal wind today, but temperatures were colder than we've seen in a while.  A bit of slush made it's way through the run early this morning, but dissipated quite quickly given the sun we had today.   Just a couple of anglers joined us over the course of the day, with early reports reporting little activity.  Reports from those that came off this afternoon were a bit better, with all anglers happily reporting a few fish hooked and landed between them.  The dam release is currently scheduled to increase from the current 500 CFS to 750 CFS at 6:00 PM tonight (1/15), where it is currently scheduled to remain until 11:59 PM tonight.  Please be sure to check safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill ahead of any upcoming trips.

  • ATTENTION GUESTS : As we near the highly anticipated 2024 Fishing Pass Release, we wanted to provide everyone with an overview of the queue, pass selection and payment processes in order to assure a smooth experience for all.  Additionally, included below is a list of Frequently Asked Questions to further prepare for the upcoming pass release events.... (Read more)

Clouds

23° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:34am

Sunset: 4:52pm

763 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 14, 2024

We opened for fishing at 9 AM - CFS at the dam 300, at the Pineville gauge 576 - overnight, we had only a dusting of grapple fall - at opening, air temperature was at 30 degrees, it was calm, and it was not snowing - a few guests joined us, shortly after opening - as the morning progressed, temperatures dipped a few degrees and we started having bands of ultrafine snow fall - then the winds picked up periodically, with strong intermittent gusts that caused near whiteout conditions during the gusts - our guests had left by shortly after noon, with remarks that they had "got a couple", "fish are there", "just had to fish in between gusts" - tomorrow's forecast is: "Mostly cloudy skies early, then partly cloudy in the afternoon. High 23F. Winds WSW at 10 to 15 mph."

Snow

25° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:35am

Sunset: 4:51pm

576 CFS Pineville Gauge

300 CFS Dam Release

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Snow

January 13, 2024

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT Due to the forecast of a winter storm, the DSR will have a delayed opening tomorrow. At this point we plan to open at 9:00AM. However, with the possibility of more extreme conditions, check back for any updates; which would be posted before 9:00AM Despite the threat of the inclement weather, a good number of anglers made their way to the run today. This morning, after a few gusts of wind, things settled down and conditions were actually pretty good for most of the morning. Shortly after noon another front came through, brought some rain, and the wind shifted. Currently (3:30PM) the wind is pretty strong and all the anglers that were leaving the run commented on the difficulty of the conditions this afternoon. Although the conditions were challenging, most anglers were able to have some limited success. Not big numbers by any stretch of the imagination, but enough to have made their outing worthwhile. Because of the warmer temperatures, we did experience considerable runoff and this morning, in particular, the water got considerably murky. The flow from the dam is 300 cfs and the current flow at Pineville is 590 cfs (ticking upwards due to the rain and runoff).

Snow

35° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:35am

Sunset: 4:50pm

590 CFS Pineville Gauge

300 CFS Dam Release

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Snow

January 13, 2024

  IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT Due to the forecast of a winter storm, the DSR will have a delayed opening tomorrow. At this point we plan to open at 9:00AM. However, with the possibility of more extreme conditions, check back for any updates; which would be posted before 9:00AM

Clouds

38° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:35am

Sunset: 4:50pm

576 CFS Pineville Gauge

300 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 12, 2024

A beautiful day, but it seems to have made for a tougher day than yesterday.  Blue skies and sunshine mixed with the lower water conditions made things just a little more difficult. We had quite a number of anglers join us today, taking advantage of the window of opportunity, before we see some more snow this weekend.  While it didn't seem to be quite as good as yesterday, it wasn't a total bust.  Most anglers were able to manage a few fish, some a few more than a few.  Again, the middle and lower sections saw the most concentrated efforts, with little reported from the upper sections.  At this time the dam release is scheduled to remain at 285 CFS until 11:59 PM tonight (1/12).  Please check safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill for an updated dam release schedule ahead of any planned trips.

  • ATTENTION GUESTS : As we near the highly anticipated 2024 Fishing Pass Release, we wanted to provide everyone with an overview of the queue, pass selection and payment processes in order to assure a smooth experience for all.  Additionally, included below is a list of Frequently Asked Questions to further prepare for the upcoming pass release events.... (Read more)

Clouds

37° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:36am

Sunset: 4:48pm

525 CFS Pineville Gauge

285 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 11, 2024

Fairly steady snowfall , but little accumulation with temperatures remaining just above freezing and MUCH less wind.  With a bit of a break in the extreme conditions we've been experiencing, a handful of anglers joined us for the majority of the day, most of which were veteran season pass holders.  From the sounds of it, it was a hard day to have a bad day.  A number of anglers reported near double digit numbers with great hook to landing ratios.  From the reports we received, a majority of angler focus seems to be concentrated in the middle and lower sections of the property, with little reported from the upper sections.  The dam release is currently scheduled to remain at 285 CFS until 11:59 PM tonight (1/11).  Please check safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill for an updated dam release schedule.

Snow

34° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:36am

Sunset: 4:47pm

550 CFS Pineville Gauge

285 CFS Dam Release

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Snow

January 10, 2024

It seemed like we were going to get a bit of a reprieve from the onslaught of high winds, but winds began to pick bag up gradually as the morning progressed.  By this afternoon we began to experience similar wind conditions to that of yesterday, minus the abundance of freezing rain and snow.  With a bit of warmer temperatures last night into this morning, most of the lingering snow quickly vanished.  Despite the conditions, a number of anglers joined us for the morning, with a few anglers sticking it out for the majority of the day.  Based on the reports we received from our anglers today, while still challenging, the fish seemed to be a tad bit more cooperative with nearly all anglers indicating that they hooked into multiple fish.  Landing them, was a different story in this wind.   The dam release remained at 285 CFS for the day, where it is currently scheduled to remain until 11:59 PM tonight (1/10).  Please check safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill for updated dam release scheduling ahead of any planned trips.

Snow

34° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:36am

Sunset: 4:46pm

557 CFS Pineville Gauge

285 CFS Dam Release

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Snow

January 9, 2024

As forecasted, winds steadily picked up as the day progressed, but a number of anglers were able to get a few hours in before things got too challenging.  On top of the challenging conditions, much to everyone's surprise there was an adjustment to the dam release last night (1/8) at 9:00 PM from 500 CFS to 350 CFS, and then from 350 CFS to 285 CFS at 11:00 AM this morning (1/9).  Overall, despite their efforts, it sounded like most of our anglers had a hard time fighting even the lighter winds this morning.  A few anglers sought out some cover and managed a couple of fish, but by the early afternoon winds had become nearly unmanageable, and the expected rain presented itself as snow with blizzard like conditions.  The dam release is currently scheduled to remain at 285 CFS until 11:59 PM tonight (1/9).  Please check safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill for an updated dam release scheduled ahead of any planned trips.

Snow

33° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:45pm

453 CFS Pineville Gauge

285 CFS Dam Release

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Snow

January 8, 2024

After a snow filled weekend, we were spared the elements today with temperatures holding just above freezing and remaining mostly cloudy.  With just a touch of wind today conditions were pretty optimal, and having a few days of a consistent 500 CFS release had us quite hopeful today.  A few anglers expressed a difficult time finding fish today, but most indicated a good day with a mix of chrome and colored up steelhead in the middle and lower sections of the run.  Temperatures are expected to drop just a bit tonight, and get back above freezing around 10 AM, just in time for the expected high wind.  Currently a high wind warning has been issued from 1PM Tuesday (1/9) until 10AM Wednesday for Southeast winds 35 to 45 MPH, with gusts up to 70 MPH expected.  At this time the dam release is currently scheduled to remain at 500 CFS until 11:59 PM tonight (1/8).  Please check safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill for an updated dam release schedule.

Clouds

34° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:44pm

702 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 7, 2024

Snow showers for the better part of the day that relented in mid-afternoon. It must have been the threat of more serious weather that kept the anglers at home today. Only about dozen anglers joined us today and experienced excellent fishing conditions. A bit of snow; maybe 6 inches on the ground (but Hey! this is Steelhead season), no wind, reasonable water level, and manageable temperatures. The consensus was that fishing was a bit more difficult that it was yesterday. Most were able to connect, some didn't, but those that did had to work for them today. An angler that fished just this afternoon was able to bring two fish to hand. Another that fished the better part of the day did better than that and a couple float fishermen that usually do very well, went fishless. While a limited sample size, the lower section was the better section with the upper section being more challenging. Tomorrow's weather looks to be more promising with temperatures above freezing, little wind and some periods of sunshine. The flow from the dam remains t 500 cfs and the current flow at Pineville is 717 cfs

Clouds

28° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:43pm

717 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 6, 2024

Great weather to be Steelhead fishing in January temperatures above freezing with little or no wind. With water levels down conditions were very enjoyable to the two dozen anglers that fished the run today. Of those that I spoke with, in addition to enjoying the favorable conditions, most had a good day. 3 for 5, 1 for 4, 1 for 1, 0 for 4, with couple going fishless and a couple doing much better than the average. The flow is to remain at 500 cfs from the dam and the current flow at Pineville is 710 cfs. Due to the snow forecast for overnight, we will DELAY OPENING until 9:00AM tomorrow

Snow

29° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:42pm

710 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release

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Snow

January 5, 2024

Unexpected flurries this morning only accumulated to less than an inch here, but made for a messy morning.  Given just the road conditions, only a couple of anglers joined us today for morning outings, a few later in the day.  Fishing conditions were fairly tough today, with driving winds for most of the day working against anglers.  Another day of 'okay' fishing, with a fish or two landed if you put in the time.  Temperatures are expected to drop just below freezing again tonight, but rise above freezing by late morning tomorrow.  At this time the dam release is scheduled to remain at 750 CFS until 11:59 PM tonight (1/5).  Please check safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill for updated dam release scheduling ahead of any upcoming trips.

Clouds

29° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:41pm

1030 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 4, 2024

A bit of a drop in temperatures last night combined with a thin blanket of snow, made for an icy morning.  Just a handful of anglers joined us today, mostly for the morning, with a few die-hards sticking it out for the entirety of the day, despite the cold and rather strong winds.  From the reports we received today, it sounds like fishing was very similar to yesterday, with most anglers just doing 'okay'.  Temperatures are expected to drop a bit, but then warm back up around sunrise tomorrow and reach a high of 33 F by the afternoon.  The release from the dam has remained at 750 CFS, and it scheduled to remain at 750 CFS until 11:59 tonight (1/4).  Please check safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill for an updated dam release schedule.

Clear

24° / Clear

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:40pm

1030 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Clear

January 3, 2024

This 'winter' weather has certainly been a treat for anglers, continuing to make for comfortable days on the river.  Fortunately, we were spared last night's forecasted snow, and started the day above freezing.   About two dozen anglers joined us over the course of the day, with the majority joining us for the morning into the early afternoon.  Based on the reports we received from our anglers today it wasn't quite as good as the last couple of days, but the fair weather made for a good outing regardless.  It seems efforts continue to be concentrated in the middle sections of the run, with little reported from the upper sections.  The release from the dam is scheduled to remain at 750 CFS until 11:59 PM tonight (1/3).  Please check safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill for updated dam release scheduling.

Snow

35° / Snow

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:39pm

1040 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Snow

January 2, 2024

Quite a turnout for a Tuesday!  Just over a dozen and a half anglers joined us on the run today, a majority joining us for the morning.  Temperatures hovered just above freezing, keeping things pretty comfortable with minimal wind and plenty of overcast.  The reports we received from anglers indicated a successful day for most, with a few just having a hard time keeping them on.  It's certainly been nice to have few days of a consistent release, with the dam release remaining at 750 CFS, where it currently scheduled to remain until 11:59 PM tonight (1/2). For updated dam release information, please check safewaters.com/facility/lighthouse-hill.

Clouds

34° / Clouds

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:38pm

1060 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Clouds

January 1, 2024

Clouds in the late afternoon, but we had good amounts of sunshine for the better part of the dy. Little wind and moderate temperatures, with excellent water conditions contributed to fine conditions on the run. Of the anglers that I spoke with, while a couple had trouble betting into any fish, everyone else had a decent day. One for four, one for five and some better than that was the standard of the day. Great weather to be Steelhead fishsing. It's hard to believe that I watched deer graze on the grass behind the Welcome Center today instead of watching at the piles of snow getting blow round. Hope it lasts! Flow from the dam remains at 750 cfs and the flow at Pineville is 1110 cfs and continuing to drop.

Clear

26° / Clear

Sunrise: 7:37am

Sunset: 4:37pm

1090 CFS Pineville Gauge

750 CFS Dam Release

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Clear