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Fishing Report
Fishing Report October 21
Thu, October 21, 2021

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Fishing Report October 21
10/21/2021

Another  beautiful day here on the run.  Reports from the run were varied.  Some did extremely well with a mix of Steel and some Kings while others didn't fair as well.  A common sentiment was that the fishing was good, but not as good as yesterday (at least for most people). G hand.  Steelhead, at least for today, were the dominant species.


Water release at the dam remains at 350 cfs and at the Pineville gauge the flow is 494 cfs.


We have had some recent openings in lodging during October - booking these lodges will also give you the opportunity to rebook in 2022 and for perpetuity should you decide to do so, as well as purchase daily access fishing passes for the day of check-in, throughout your stay, and for the day of check-out:

Meadow Lodge (6 person)  31 October

River Lodge (7 person)  29 October

Salmon Run Lodge (7 person) 23-25, 31 October

Please visit our website, select "lodges" at the top of the home page in order to review the bedrooms and set-up, as well as the amenities offered with each lodge, and the general per-person rate

Please call us at 315-298-6672 select 0 so that we may assist you in booking these lodges


Fishing Report October 21
10/21/2021

Another  beautiful day here on the run.  Reports from the run were varied.  Some did extremely well with a mix of Steel and some Kings while others didn't fair as well.  A common sentiment was that the fishing was good, but not as good as yesterday (at least for most people). G hand.  Steelhead, at least for today, were the dominant species.


Water release at the dam remains at 350 cfs and at the Pineville gauge the flow is 494 cfs.


We have had some recent openings in lodging during October - booking these lodges will also give you the opportunity to rebook in 2022 and for perpetuity should you decide to do so, as well as purchase daily access fishing passes for the day of check-in, throughout your stay, and for the day of check-out:

Meadow Lodge (6 person)  31 October

River Lodge (7 person)  29 October

Salmon Run Lodge (7 person) 23-25, 31 October

Please visit our website, select "lodges" at the top of the home page in order to review the bedrooms and set-up, as well as the amenities offered with each lodge, and the general per-person rate

Please call us at 315-298-6672 select 0 so that we may assist you in booking these lodges


Fishing Report October 20
10/20/2021

A truly beautiful day here on the run.  Especially for the second half of October.  Reports from the run were all very consistent.  Excellent early morning fishing for the first hour or two and then things just dropped off.  Guest that left throughout the day confirmed this assessment although there were a few Kings brought to hand.  Steelhead, at least for today, were the dominant species.


Water release at the dam remains at 350 cfs and at the Pineville gauge the flow is 511 cfs.


We have had some recent openings in lodging during October - booking these lodges will also give you the opportunity to rebook in 2022 and for perpetuity should you decide to do so, as well as purchase daily access fishing passes for the day of check-in, throughout your stay, and for the day of check-out:

Meadow Lodge (6 person)  31 October

River Lodge (7 person)  29 October

Salmon Run Lodge (7 person) 23-25, 31 October

Please visit our website, select "lodges" at the top of the home page in order to review the bedrooms and set-up, as well as the amenities offered with each lodge, and the general per-person rate

Please call us at 315-298-6672 select 0 so that we may assist you in booking these lodges


Fishing Report October 19
10/19/2021

A day that actually felt like Fall.  Clear skies with crisp air and temperatures in the lower 60's contributed to an excellent day to be on the water.  Clearly the salmon fishery has declined noticeably over the past several days although there was good action early in the morning.  Throughout the day, anglers reported getting into salmon but not in the numbers of recent weeks.  I would say that the Steelhead have now taken over as the primary species in the river with Salmon playing a "back up" roll (which is the reverse of what it might have been the past two weeks). Of course, that could change tomorrow. Most anglers indicated that they were very pleased with the mixed bag today.  Also, a few browns were in the mix as well.


Water release at the dam remains at 350 cfs and at the Pineville gauge the flow is 547 cfs.


We have had some recent openings in lodging during October - booking these lodges will also give you the opportunity to rebook in 2022 and for perpetuity should you decide to do so, as well as purchase daily access fishing passes for the day of check-in, throughout your stay, and for the day of check-out:

Meadow Lodge (6 person)  31 October

River Lodge (7 person) 21, 29 October

Salmon Run Lodge (7 person) 23-25, 31 October

Please visit our website, select "lodges" at the top of the home page in order to review the bedrooms and set-up, as well as the amenities offered with each lodge, and the general per-person rate

Please call us at 315-298-6672 select 0 so that we may assist you in booking these lodges


Fishing Report 10/18/21
10/18/2021

Evening Fishing Report 18 Oct 2021…the upper end of the run had the most productivity today with some of all species being hooked. The middle of the run saw some action. Flow out of the Dam remains at 350CFS and out of Pineville 591CFS. The weather for tonight cloudy skies early, then partly cloudy after midnight. Low around 45F. Winds NW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain is 9%. For tomorrow mostly sunny. High 63F. Winds WNW at 10 to 20 mph. Sunrise will be at 7:24 and sunset at 6:14.

We have had some recent openings in lodging during October - booking these lodges will also give you the opportunity to rebook in 2022 and for perpetuity should you decide to do so, as well as purchase daily access fishing passes for the day of check-in, throughout your stay, and for the day of check-out:

Meadow Lodge (6 person)  31 October

River Lodge (7 person) 21, 29 October

Salmon Run Lodge (7 person) 23-25, 31 October

Please visit our website, select "lodges" at the top of the home page in order to review the bedrooms and set-up, as well as the amenities offered with each lodge, and the general per-person rate

Please call us at 315-298-6672 select 0 so that we may assist you in booking these lodges


fishing report 17 Oct 21
10/17/2021

4 PM River Patrol fishing report: the lower section reported a "slow pick" at Kings this afternoon, with a 20" Steelhead in the mix - middle section echoed that report, adding in a few more Steelhead - upper section continued from this morning to be the most active section, reporting "consistent" action, to include Steelhead in the 28" range, and "non-stop" action towards the top of the run, primarily Kings, with a few Coho in the mix, and "some Steelhead" also making a showing there
the CFS at the dam was 350, and at the Pineville gauge was 585 early this morning - the Brookfield has been unresponsive since this morning - current CFS at the Pineville gauge is 572 - water temperature cooled down to 58 degrees, we reached a high of 57 degrees air temperature as of this report - it has been overcast all day, with occasional patches of blue showing, and it has been windy all day, with occasional sprinkles - the forecast for tonight is sprinkles turning into showers, with temperatures dipping further to 44 degrees - forecast for tomorrow is showers in the AM, cloudy in the PM, a high of only 50 degrees, 10 - 15 mph winds
We have had some recent openings in lodging during October - booking these lodges will also give you the opportunity to rebook in 2022 and for perpetuity should you decide to do so, as well as purchase daily access fishing passes for the day of check-in, throughout your stay, and for the day of check-out:
Deer Run Lodge (4 person) 17 October (not too late to book)
Meadow Lodge (6 person) 18-19, 31 October
River Lodge (7 person) 21, 29 October
Salmon Run Lodge (7 person) 23-25, 31 October
please visit our website, select "lodges" at the top of the home page in order to review the bedrooms and set-up, as well as the amenities offered with each lodge, and the general per-person rate
Please call us at 315-298-6672 select 0 so that we may assist you in booking these lodges
fishing report 16 Oct '21
10/16/2021

4:15 PM River Patrol fishing report: CFS at the dam was 350, at the Pineville gauge was 453 to start the day - water temperature was 62 degrees, air temperature bounced between the low to high 60s, light morning winds turned stronger later in the day as storm fronts moved through - a light sprinkle just after sunrise turned into a downpour that lasted most of the day, letting up to a light drizzle late in the afternoon and still sprinkling as of the time of this report - we probably received the two inches of rain which had been forecasted, as the CFS at Pineville has bumped up to 529 -

the fish did not seem to mind the rain, making a good push into the river this morning, providing steady action throughout the day for the majority of our clients - the lower section reported "steady" movement and action, mostly Kings, with some Coho, Steelhead, and Brown Trout in the mix there - this report was echoed throughout the run, with words such as "consistent / very consistent", "slow and steady", again a mix of Kings, Coho, and Steelhead - near the top of the run there were "a lot of fish" moving through, same mix of fish - tonight's forecast is for 50 degrees and rain, while tomorrow's forecast is for mid 50s, overcast, an half-inch of rain, same winds as we had today - so, cooler temperatures, heavy overcast, increased flows due to heavy rain = very good probability for fish movement and activity tomorrow

We have had some recent openings in lodging during October - booking these lodges will also give you the opportunity to rebook in 2022 and for perpetuity should you decide to do so, as well as purchase daily access fishing passes for the day of check-in, throughout your stay, and for the day of check-out:
Deer Run Lodge (4 person) 17 October
Meadow Lodge (6 person) 18-19, 31 October
River Lodge (7 person) 21, 29 October
Salmon Run Lodge (7 person) 23-25, 31 October
please visit our website, select "lodges" at the top of the home page in order to review the bedrooms and set-up, as well as the amenities offered with each lodge, and the general per-person rate
Please call us at 315-298-6672 select 0 so that we may assist you in booking these lodges
15 October 21 fishing report
10/15/2021

6 PM River Patrol River Report: lower section was busy earlier in the afternoon, with fish movement described as "moderate", and a mix of fish that included Steelhead and "a few nice Brown Trout" - as we move upriver a bit, action was described as "steady", fewer fish moving, a dozen Steelhead brought to hand, and a nice push of Coho running through starting at 5 PM - middle section reported moderate action, tapering off just a bit toward evening, with another dozen Steelhead to hand, and one "nice Brown Trout" - upper section action was predominately Kings near the start of that section, with Coho and Steelhead mixed into the count, but as we moved upriver a bit, the predominate fish became Steelhead with "a large push of Steelhead" being reported there, as well as "lots of Coho" and several Brown Trout - as I spoke to anglers coming off the run today, I was surprised by the number of "min-slams" (King, Coho, Steelhead) and "grand slams" (Kings, Coho, Steelhead, Brown Trout) being reported - of course, the "Unicorn Slam", that includes the elusive Atlantic Salmon, remained untouched today . . .

We have had some recent openings in lodging during October - booking these lodges will also give you the opportunity to rebook in 2022 and for perpetuity should you decide to do so:

Deer Run Lodge (4 person) 17 October
Meadow Lodge (6 person) 18-19, 31 October
River Lodge (7 person) 21, 29 October
Salmon Run Lodge (7 person) 23-25, 31 October

please visit our website, select "lodges" at the top of the home page in order to review the bedrooms and set-up, as well as the amenities offered with each lodge, and the general per-person rate

Please call us at 315-298-6672 select 0 so that we may assist you in booking these lodges
Fishing Report October 14, 2021
10/14/2021

Certainly some mixed emotions about this weather.  While it's been a pleasure to fish in a t-shirt, some of us even still wet wading, temperatures and lack of overcast, didn't cool things off today.  The recorded water temperature this morning was 61 F.  This evening our River Patrol indicated things to be rather quiet at the upper most sections of the property. However, things below the black hole were indicated to be fairly steady.  Fishing in the middle section remained steady but a little quieter than yesterday.  At the lower end of the property we saw a bit more activity, with multiple reports of steelhead and brown trout, with fish noted to be moving into the s-turn this evening.  Forecasts are calling for showers tonight, into tomorrow, hopefully continuing to cool things down, despite the projected 71 F temperatures.


Dam Release : 350 CFS 

Pineville Gauge : 464 CFS

CHECK-IN SCHEDULE:

Premium Passes 5:30 AM

Lodge Guests     5:45 AM

Guide/Client       6:00 AM

Season Pass       6:15 AM

Daily Pass          6:30 AM

Fishing Report October 13, 2021
10/13/2021

A pretty consistent stream of fish again today.  As indicated in our morning report, a considerable amount of fish pushed into the lower end this morning; a recipe for a great afternoon, and evening in the middle and upper sections.  Our River Patrol in the lower section of the property indicated things to be rather quiet this evening, after the push this morning.  Middle sections of the run started to slow down by late afternoon, with the upper sections of the property seeing the pods move through the property. Again, a mix of both coho and king, with a bunch of trophy brown trout in the mix today.  The bit of rain this morning certainly cooled things off a bit, but still looking at forecasted temperatures nearing 70 for the next few days, along with some more rain. The recorded water temperature this morning was 61 F.  


Dam Release : 350 CFS 

Pineville Gauge : 464 CFS


CHECK-IN SCHEDULE:


Premium Passes 5:30 AM

Lodge Guests     5:45 AM

Guide/Client       6:00 AM

Season Pass       6:15 AM

Daily Pass          6:30 AM




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