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6:45 AM - 5:30 PM

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Contact Us @ (315) 298-6672 

Standing Notice

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 January 16, 2019
Wed, January 16, 2019

Another "warmer" day and rather beautiful one at that.  Anglers were chomping at the bit first thing this morning to get down and take advantage of today's weather.  As the day progress w ...

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Address:Pulaski, New York

About DSR

Born as a trickle in the wilderness foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, the Salmon swells to a wild, majestic river as it courses through the rugged "north country" of New York on its way to Lake Ontario. Great fishing on the Salmon River has been recorded as far back as the 1600s, when Iroquois tribesmen marveled at the teeming bounty of the Atlantic salmon run. Many things have changed since then, but the fishing remains spectacular.


The stretch known as the Douglaston Salmon Run is two and a half miles at the lower end of the river, where the fish first enter the river from the Estuary in Port Ontario and where they are the most fresh and undisturbed.


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Opened late in the 1980's, the Douglaston Salmon Run was developed as a low pressure, catch and release fishing environment to maximize the outdoor experience of every guest. Two and a half miles of private waters fishing offers a world class sports fishing destination with seven nearby lodges available year round for guests.


Over the years, the DSR has evolved into a fishing experience for every type of angler, but definitely those who value natural surroundings as much as catching fish. Fly fishermen, casters, and drift boat fishing types come to the DSR for the catch and release, the atmosphere of respectful outdoor sporting, and for the attentive staff who work year round to keep the DSR clean, accessible and a good value.



Meet the Staff


Our staff is a prime reason the DSR has become one of the most sought after sports fishing locations in the Northeast. We are available to help in any way that makes your stay and your fishing experience at the DSR memorable for all the right reasons.


Garrett Brancy - Manager, River Keeper


Garrett has fished and worked as a guide on the Salmon River for many years. A natural resources management graduate of the State University of New York School of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF), Garrett oversees the entire DSR river property and grounds. As the River Manager, Garrett guides customers, assists lodge guests, and wears all the hats of an experienced fishing lodge host.




 Emily Studdert - Assistant Manager

Emily Studdert is the Assistant Manager, who like Garrett, is a graduate of SUNY-Environmental Science and Forestry, with degrees in Aquatic and Fisheries Science and Fish and Wildlife Biology and Management. Emily assists Garrett with management and operational tasks and can be found in the Welcome Center meeting and greeting DSR customers all year round. She encourages women and families to come fish the DSR and make fishing the DSR an annual trip.



Meet the Owner

Doug Barclay, President

The Barclay family opened the Douglaston Salmon Run as a private water sport fishery in 1989. The property has been in the family since 1807, when it was settled by Colonel Rufus Price, an aide-de-camp to General George Washington during the Revolutionary War.


Doug Barclay is a direct, seventh-generation descendant of Colonel Price who, along with other family members, designed Douglaston Salmon Run to be a world class fishery where guests can enjoy the ultimate fishing experience in the company of like-minded sportsmen.


As life long residents of New York State's North Country, the Barclays are engaged with the local community, supporting their hometown of Pulaski, NY and the region. They especially advocate sound environmental practices in fisheries, farming, forestry, and natural resources management.