interim fishing report 25 Sep 17
River Patrol reports that, although all areas of the run have slowed down a bit from this morning, all areas of the run continue to have fish trickling through and pushing up, with clients hooking up throughout the run, even with the bright sunshine and extremely hot temperatures we are currently experiencing
All guests, please be aware that the Annual Salmon Camp event will be occurring daily in the “Chute” & “Gas Pipe” area of the run (just downstream of Meadow Run) from the afternoon of September 25th through the morning of October 12th. This group of lodge guests will have a River Patrol member staffed with them (identified by their neon yellow DSR ball cap & ID Badge) from the morning through early afternoon. Should you be in the area and have any questions about fishing around this group, please approach the staff member to learn more. Prior to your arrival, please contact our Welcome Center to learn more: firstname.lastname@example.org or (315) 298-6672 ext.0.
initial fishing report 25 Sep 17
as of 7:30 AM River Patrol reports the following: lower end seeing only a few fish actively moving up and into the run, however fish are being caught by clients throughout the lower section; middle section is very active, with fish moving through and up, also providing good action; upper section also seeing good fish movement and client action – most are Kings, with a few Coho – a sunny calm, day, with record breaking temperatures (87 F!) forecasted, CFS 335 until the 29th, 409 at Pineville today – water temperature was only 59 degrees early this morning