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Fishing Report
River Report 6/27/17
Tue, June 27, 2017

No anglers today, but our anglers who fished late yesterday afternoon reported landing double digits of small mouth bass, and even landed a brown and a rainbow! Water temperature this morning was 6 ...

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Fishing Report


River Report 6/27/17

No anglers today, but our anglers who fished late yesterday afternoon reported landing double digits of small mouth bass, and even landed a brown and a rainbow! Water temperature this morning was 62F at 8:00am. Flows remain at 400cfs through midnight Weds. A beautiful day is on tap for tomorrow, high 71F and SUNNY!

River Report 6/26/17

Today ended up nicer than forecasted, only a brief sprinkle this morning and plenty of sunshine this afternoon. Thunderstorms are still possible thru tomorrow, but Wednesday looks dry and sunny! Flows remain at 400cfs through midnight Tuesday. 

Fishing Report June 25

Anglers this morning reported decent activity with smallmouth bass on the lower half of the run. Its been a beautiful day so far, sunny with a light breeze. Thunderstorms will be a possibility for the next few days and temps will hover in the mid 60s - cool by late June standards! Flows remain at 400cfs, but will be dropping to 285cfs at 6pm tonight. 

Fishing Report June 23

Our lodge guests were the only anglers on the run today and I was not able to get an update in terms of their success.  Off and on rain showers and some heavy rain this morning. At this time it looks that the water from the reservoir will remain at 1200 cfs and is currently 1520 cfs at Pineville.  Water temperature warmed up to 66 degrees at 8:00 AM.

Fishing Report June22

The DSR went unfished today. Water flow remains at 400 cfs from the reservoir and is currently 596 cfs at Pineville.  Water temperature this morning at 8:00 was 63 degrees.

Fishing Report June 21

It's the Summer Solstice (longest day of the year) and a few anglers celebrated by fishing the run.  A number of smallmouth bass in the smaller sizes was all that was brought to hand.  Water temperature rose from 65 to 69 degrees by 1:00 PM.  Water from the reservoir remains at 400 cfs and is currently 610 and falling at Pineville,

fishing report 20 June 2017

a warm, sunny day with light breezes - CFS at 400 - there were no clients today - tomorrow looks great at 69 degrees, partly sunny, only 20% chance of rain
River Report 6/19/17

Muggy with a few showers today. Water temperature continues to climb, it was 68F at 8am. Flows remain at 185cfs, there will be a 'mini' whitewater release scheduled for this weekend. Flows will increase to 400cfs from dawn to dusk on Saturday the 24th and Sunday the 25th. Thunderstorms likely for most of tomorrow, but things will dry out Weds.

fishing report 18 June '17

Hope all had a great Fathers' Day!  The forecast for today called for partly cloudy, warm, and breezy and that is exactly what happened; a nice day.  We did not have any clients take advantage of the great fishing weather, however.  Tonight will drop down to a nice cool 68 degrees, with a high of only 73 tomorrow, and a 50% chance of further cooling showers - CFS projected to remain at 185 until midnight, maybe bump up a bit due to an inch of overnight rain.

Fishing Report June 17

While it was a very pleasant day, no anglers chose to fish the run today.  Water temperature this morning at 7:30 was 65 degrees and the flow from the reservoir remains at 185 cfs and at Pineville 257 cfs. Have a great Father's Day tomorrow and I hope that you have the opportunity to spend some time fishing and with your families.

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