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Fishing Report August 10
Mon, August 10, 2020

A couple season pass holders joined us on the run this morning and, fortunately for them. were able to get under cover when the heavies downpour occurred this morning.  In Kansas we would call ...

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Address:Pulaski, New York


To our Guests,

DSR is elated to share that we will be reopening for fishing this Friday, May 29th. After more than two months closed, we couldn’t be more excited to open our doors and start seeing all of you again!

Upon our reopening, we will be enacting new policies and procedures to ensure DSR remains a safe place for you and your family to experience. The protocol below is for our summer fishing season, DSR will continue to work toward announcing our safety plans for this fall in the coming weeks. For now, guests will be required to strictly adhere to the following:

A. Daily fishing passes must be purchased online in advance. Please print or electronically save a copy of your receipt and bring it with you to aid in the check-in process
B. Cash transactions will not be accepted at the Welcome Center
C. Daily Hours of operation for the summer season will be limited to 6 AM - 2 PM
D. All guests are required to have a face covering in their possession
E. All guests must wear a face covering anytime when 6’ of social distance cannot be maintained, including while on the water
F. All guests must wear their face covering while checking in, checking out, or at any point when they are within the vicinity of the Welcome Center, including in the restrooms
G. When checking in, guests must wait in line while maintaining 6’ of distance from the guest ahead of them. Markers and signage will be present near the breezeway to help direct guests appropriately
H. Guests will not be permitted within the Welcome Center. A bathroom on the East side of the ticket booth portion of the building will be open for guest use
I. The ticket booth restroom will be limited to one person at a time. Only one restroom will be open so that the two restrooms can be alternated for cleaning
J. In order to reduce bi-directional foot traffic, guests will enter the property as normal through the Welcome Center’s breezeway after checking in. However, when leaving for the day, guests will exit behind the ticket booth bathrooms through the gate at that location. Signs will be posted to help assist our guests with this process
K. When possible, we ask our guests to wait for other guests to finish traveling up or down the staircases to the river in order to reduce bi-direction traffic. If this is not possible, guests must wear their face coverings anytime when passing by one another with less than 6’ of distance
L. DSR recommends adhering to the CDC’s guidelines for visiting parks and recreational facilities:

We sincerely look forward to having you back. Know that DSR is committed to hosting a clean and safe experience for all of our guests to the very best of our ability. We will be stepping up our cleaning procedures and utilizing the newest state of the art equipment in the hospitality industry to keep DSR clean. In the event you see an area where we can improve our guest safety or if you simply have a question, please do not hesitate to contact us by email or by phone at 315-298-6672.

We can’t wait to see you!

-Garrett, Aaron, Emily and the DSR Staff