67° / Clear
Sunrise 7:00am
Sunset 6:48pm
464 CFS Pineville Gauge
350 CFS Dam Release

May 29, 2022

Initially, the CFS at the dam was supposed to be 750, until midnight yesterday, then drop to 185 just after midnight - however, guests fishing the run reported that the flow this morning had not dropped noticeably - our periodic checks of the flow verified that the most recent flow at the dam was, in fact, 500 (as of 2 PM today and projected out until midnight tomorrow) - CFS at the Pineville gauge is currently 851 - our air temperature started at 55 degrees this morning, and rose to 77 degrees as of 4 PM - water temperature started at 60 degrees first thing this morning, and rose to 64 degrees by noon - our hazy skies cleared up to blue skies and sunshine which, with the slight breezes, made for an absolutely beautiful day to be out and fishing the run - we had a total of seven guests who joined us, arriving early and trickling in through the afternoon - one guest, who came in late and left early after just a couple of hours, was very pleased with the six Smallmouth Bass he was able to bring to hand, as well as a bonus (small) Atlantic Salmon - a guide and his companion were able to bring three bass to hand, even though they were only practicing their casting techniques (must have been effective techniques . . . ) - our other guests were also able to bring to hand a few bass as well - our overnight low will be 58 degrees - the forecast for tomorrow is "Sunshine and clouds mixed. High 83F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph" - tomorrow is Memorial Day - it has been often said that the cost of freedom is not "for free" . . . all too often the cost is too high . . . and that cost is paid daily by our veterans and servicemembers - please take a moment to thank veterans and servicemembers for their service and personal sacrifices, and to remember those who are no longer with us - "Thank you!".


75° / Clouds

Sunrise: 5:28 am

Sunset: 8:36 pm

851 CFS Pineville Gauge

500 CFS Dam Release