The Estuary continues to be unpredictable. The fish will come into the Estuary and it will look like fish will run in the morning but instead it will run in the middle of the night. No one is sure as to when or if there is going to be another big push. Usually, the Estuary gives you some clues but this year it is just unreadable.
The DSR reported that things were slow and were more conservative with their report but the anglers we spoke with gave positive reports.
From the Staircase to the Long Bridge there was good movement of fish until daybreak but after that it was slow. The town pool had one or twos moving but it was slow. The Ball Park was uncharacteristically slow. Usually, the Ball Parks seems to be most consistent but it was very quiet. After 5 PM there was more activity.
There was some early morning movement from 81 to Pineville but most of the hookups were from Trestle to Ellis. Fish are hiding in the nooks and crannies of Ellis Cove.
Today, although it was a nice day at the Oswego there lots of activity. The wall was producing some hookups with legitimate biting fish on the skein train. The dam and its surrounding area were able to see some nice steelhead and browns.
Burt Dam is starting to see fish movement from the Trestles to the Dam. Most fish are concentrating at the Dam. Nice trophy browns like the one pictured above.
The Oak is starting to see more and more kings moving by the Archers heading to the dam.