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51° / Clouds
Sunrise 6:12am
Sunset 7:53pm
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694 CFS Pineville Gauge
500 CFS Dam Release

March 3, 2023

NOTE: we will open at 9 AM tomorrow morning - Season pass renewal invitations were sent out 1 March - if you have not yet received your renewal invitation by e-mail, first check your spam folder, as some are being shunted there depending on the key words you entered for your spam filter - if the invitation is also not there, please call us immediately so we can send you the link - there have been some calls about how to renew your season pass from your account - log into your account - if you are not already on your dashboard, at the top select the dashboard - once you have done so, at the top of the page, you will then see this: "Douglaston Salmon Run - 9 month season pass - active don't forget to *click-here* to renew your season pass . . . " select "click-here" then just follow the prompts as for any other order - CFS at the dam 350, CFS at the Pineville gauge 476 - air temperatures started at 28 degrees, slowly climbed to our high of 40 degrees around 2 PM, and is currently dropping slowly - our skies were clear and we had bright sunshine early this morning - clouds moved into the area by 11 AM, and it was fully overcast at 2 PM - winds were light and variable throughout the day - we had 11 guests join us on the run today, beginning at 7 AM until 1 PM - our first guest off the run at 12:45 PM reported 2 / 2 Steelhead "bright chrome and fat with eggs" drifting blue egg sacks under a bobber in the upper section - near 1 PM a party of four guests checked out, reporting no tugs at all, although they fished from the middle to lower sections . . . at 1:45 PM two guided clients reported 2 / 4 Steelhead, in the 5 - 6 # range, fishing the middle to upper sections - they were very pleased with the freshness of the fish, and the clear waters, which are not available on their home waters - we do tend to get a bit spoiled by the relatively unique fishery we have here - at 3:45 PM a solitary guest came off the run, reporting no success today, swinging an egg-pattern peach-colored fly in the upper section - our last guest (that I was able to speak with), who also had been the last one who checked in this afternoon, came off the run at 5:15 PM - he reported 1 / 2 Steelhead, drifting pink egg sacks and orange beads under a bobber, in the upper section - due to an overnight forecasted snowstorm, we are opening at 9 AM tomorrow morning, and closing at our regularly scheduled time - the forecast for tonight is: Heavy snow. Winds will increase late. Snowfall rates of 1 inches or more per hour. Low 31F. Winds ESE at 20 to 30 mph. Chance of snow 100%. 8 to 12 inches of snow expected. The forecast for tomorrow is: Snow during the morning will give way to lingering snow showers during the afternoon. Temps nearly steady in the mid 30s. Winds N at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of snow 90%. About one inch of snow expected.

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Sunrise: 6:38am

Sunset: 5:55pm

476 CFS Pineville Gauge

350 CFS Dam Release

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