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When the Salmon River’s dam release (h2oline) exceeds 2,000 cfs, the DSR will be closed to fishing and open only for office hours. DSR will return to posted fishing hours once the dam release is less than 2,000 cfs 


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Fishing Report
Fishing Report June 18, 2018
Mon, June 18, 2018

The severe weather we anticipated here in Pulaski, has held out with only a few showers over the course of the morning but thunderstorms still remain in the forecast for the rest of the day.  ...

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Fishing Report June 18, 2018
6/18/2018

The severe weather we anticipated here in Pulaski, has held out with only a few showers over the course of the morning but thunderstorms still remain in the forecast for the rest of the day.  No anglers fished the run today.  Water temperature taken this morning was reported at 67 F.  The release at the dam remains at 185 CFS with a reported flow of 227 CFS at the Pineville gauge. Tomorrow's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies. High of 72 F.  Winds NNW at 10 to 15 MPH.  



Fishing Report June 17, 2018
6/17/2018

Summer is here! Bright sun and a high of 87 today, great day to be outside. The run went without anglers this morning. At 1pm the water temperature was recorded at 72 degrees. The release at the dam remains at 185 CFS with a reported flow of 227 CFS at the Pineville gauge. Tomorrow's forecast calls for partly cloudy skies in the morning and possible thunderstorms developing in the afternoon (50% chance of rain). High of 88 degrees and winds 10-15 mph from the WSW. 
Fishing Report June 16, 2018
6/16/2018

A slightly warmer day today reaching about 77 F, we had a several anglers fish the Run reporting some success. One angler wading as well as a duo in a boat fishing the estuary.  The release at the dam remains at 185 CFS with a reported flow of 227 CFS at the Pineville gauge.  Tomorrow's forecast has changed, NO thunderstorms, now rather only a few afternoon clouds, remaining mostly sunny.  High of 88 F. Winds light and variable. 

Fishing Report June 15,2018
6/15/2018

An absolutely gorgeous day here in Pulaski, we had one angler fish the Run today with some success on his ventures through the property, reporting seeing bass still spawning.  Water temperatures are back up today starting at 60 F early this morning, climbing to 70 F this afternoon.  The release at the dam remains at 185 CFS with a reported flow of 227 CFS at the Pineville gauge as of this afternoon. Tomorrow's forecast calls for intervals of clouds and sunshine. High of 77 F. Winds W at 5 to 10 MPH. Sounds like a perfect day to get some fishing in before the predicted showers thunderstorms forecasted on Sunday!  

Fishing Report June 14,2018
6/14/2018

Rather cool and windy today here in Pulaski, mostly cloudy for the greater part of the day however no anglers fished the Run. Water temperatures went back down to a respectable 60F. The release at the dam remains at 185 CFS and a reported flow of 231 CFS at the Pineville gauge this afternoon. Tomorrow's forecast calls for partly cloudy skies. High of 70 F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 MPH. Slightly warmer temperatures are predicted for the weekend, but with great forecasted overcast it should be a great weekend to fish!

*Reminder - There is a scheduled white water release (400 CFS) for June 23rd and 24th.*


Fishing Report June 13,2018
6/13/2018

We had no anglers venture out, with a significant amount of rain for the greater part of the day today.  Water temps continue to climb with a recorded temperature of 66F this afternoon.  The release at the dam remains at 185 CFS with a reported flow of 231 CFS at the Pineville gauge.  Tomorrow's forecast calls for partly cloudy skies in the morning, giving way to cloudy skies during the afternoon.  Slight chance of rain showers. High of 63F. Winds WNW at 15 to 25 MPH.

Fishing Report June 12, 2018
6/12/2018

Another beautiful day on the Run, we had a sole angler fish the greater part of the morning, reporting several smallmouth bass caught on his ventures through the upper and middle sections of the property.  A noted increase in water temperature over the past several days, beginning the day with a water temperature at 63 F!  The release at the dam remains at 185 CFS with a reported flow of 227 CFS at the Pineville gauge. Tomorrow's forecast calls scattered thunderstorms in the morning becoming more widespread in the afternoon.  High of 77F with a 90% chance of rain. South Winds at 10 to 15 MPH.

Fishing Report June 11, 2018
6/11/2018

Although blue skies and a rather mild day, no anglers fished the run today.  The release at the dam remains at 185 CFS with a reported flow of 249 CFS at the Pineville gauge.  Tomorrow's forecast calls for sunshine along with cloudy intervals. High of 82F. Winds SSW at 10 to 15 mph.

Fishing Report June 10, 2018
6/10/2018

CFS at the dam 185 (until midnight tonight), CFS at Pineville started at 261 and dipped to 253 - a nice, warm, sunny but breezy day - an early-bird angler came back off the run at 1:30 PM, having swung flies top to bottom - he reported four average Smallmouth Bass and a water temperature of 63 degrees - another client came in mid-morning and fished until nearly 2 PM - he reported 20 Smallmouth Bass, usually on the 2# range, but with six in the 4# category, swinging a 2" floating minnow lure - "the fish were either on their beds (left those alone) or hugging the bank in the shade" - a father / daughter team took advantage of the last day of our "fish with a youth and you fish for free" and were back up around 2:30 - although they did not catch anything, the young lady amused herself chasing minnows in the shallows and the father stated is was a great day regardless - tonight will drop to 52 F, tomorrow will be sunny, 77 F, with N winds 5-10 mph  

Fishing Report June 9, 2018
6/9/2018

CFS at the dam 185 (until midnight Sunday), CFS at Pineville hovered at 257 all day - we reached our projected high of 72 F, it was partly cloudy, and there were moderate winds that were welcome for their cooling effect - a total of seven clients today; six of whom were adult / youth pairs who were pleasantly surprised to learn that the DSR was conducting our "take a youth fishing, you fish for free" weekend - it was refreshing to witness the enthusiasm of all of the youths regarding the opportunity to go fishing - I can remember at the same age I would lay awake all night long with excitement, planning, pop out of bed before dawn, and fish to sunset without a yawn - "remember" is the operative word so, again, very refreshing to see the future of fishing at play - a father / son pair came off the run early (no real luck except for one Smallmouth Bass) and drove to the Black Hole to try the upper section - did not get any other feedback from that pair - an angler, new to run, scouting for the Fall salmon season, caught a large Rock Bass in the upper section, swinging flies, but reported no other action - our last foursome came off at 4:30 PM or so, having swung flies from top to bottom, with a better report of 10 Smallmouth Bass, 2 to 4#, and a small Domestic Rainbow, between all of them - overnight forecast is for 53 F - tomorrow will be a high of 76 F, alternating clouds and sun, NNE 5-10 mph breezes - another perfect day - tomorrow we continue with our youth fishing - bring a youth, age 15 or younger, fishing at the DSR and all adult members of the party accompanying the youth fish for free!  Come on out and build some memories, on us!

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