initial fishing report 12 October 2017
an overcast, cool day (high of 66 F), looks like rain will happen, breezes, CFS 335 / 482, water temperature at 60 degrees –
as of 10:40 AM River Patrol reported: upper section has had steady Steelhead action since early morning (slowing just a bit), with Kings moving through, as well as a handful of Coho brought to hand – middle section started slow but picked up with small pods of 3-4 Kings and individual Steelhead moving up – lower section has woken up since this morning, with Kings and some steelhead providing moderate action – estuary continues to be relatively slow, however there were three Steelhead brought to hand there
Fishing Report Oct 10 End of Day
The weather turned noticeably colder with some rain, but it didn’t have the positive effect on the fishery as we might have hoped for. Reports from the majority of our anglers today is that, although enjoying themselves and having a good time, fishing slowed from what it has been of late. The lower end was slow for the better part of the day with a little improvemnt around mid day. The upper section of the run continues to provide the most consistent action. Water level remains at 335 cfs from the reservoir and is currently 482 at Pineville.