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Fishing Report June 19-22, 2021
Tue, June 22, 2021

A light crowd this weekend, with a duo of anglers finding some prospects in the early morning, but the small mouth action quieted down toward mid day. Another group joined us in the evening, taking ...

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Fishing Report June 19-22, 2021
6/22/2021

A light crowd this weekend, with a duo of anglers finding some prospects in the early morning, but the small mouth action quieted down toward mid day. Another group joined us in the evening, taking their turn on the water, with not so much luck. Yesterday, the run was untouched, but a veteran passholder took advantage of this low fishing pressure opportunity and spent the day wetting a line for the greater part of the day.  Can't beat a day on the run, fishing by yourself.  And, certainly not when the bass fishing still remains pretty fantastic.  All though the larger small mouth have moved out, there's still plenty of bass to go around!  Forecasts are back into the 80's for the remainder of the week here, with water temperatures abruptly increasing since our last report, now at approximately 70 F. Up from 59 F late last week.  With just a few bright days, and low water, it sure didn't take long to warm the bath.


DSR Summer Hours
Open : 6:00 AM 

Close : 5:00 PM


Dam Release: 185 CFS 

Pineville Gauge: 264 CFS

Water Temperature : 70 F


Fishing Report June 15-18, 2021
6/18/2021

Couldn't have asked for much better weather this week.  Temperatures have remained in the low 70's for most of the week, with a fair amount of overcast in the mix. Water temperatures have dipped a bit, since earlier in the week, dropping from 64 F on Tuesday, to a low of 59 F yesterday morning.  A number of anglers took advantage of the cooler weather this week, indicating the PILES of bass may not necessarily have been there, but there are certainly plenty of bass, despite all of the larger bass vacating their spawning beds.  Several anglers reported getting into a handful of larger 3+ bass, but beginning to catch predominantly smaller bass, including rock bass, along with fall fish, carp, and a few small trout.  Forecasted weather for this weekend initially expected a bit of rain, and unpleasant weather, but updated forecasts report otherwise.  Regardless of the outcome, it's time to get out, rain or shine, forget the weather report, and enjoy some fishing!


DSR Summer Hours
Open : 6:00 AM 

Close : 5:00 PM


Dam Release: 185 CFS 

Pineville Gauge: 248 CFS

Water Temperature : 64 F


DSR Summer Hours

Open : 6:00 AM 

Close : 5:00 PM



Dam Release: 185 CFS 

Pineville Gauge: 248 CFS

Water Temperature : 64 F


DSR Summer Hours

Open : 6:00 AM 

Close : 5:00 PM



Dam Release: 185 CFS 

Pineville Gauge: 248 CFS

Water Temperature : 64 F


*Please check the SafeWaters website for updated water information. (Facility 42)\

DSR Summer Hours

Open : 6:00 AM 

Close : 5:00 PM



Dam Release: 185 CFS 

Pineville Gauge: 248 CFS

Water Temperature : 64 F


*Please check the SafeWaters website for updated water information. (Facility 42)\

Fishing Report June 12-14, 2021
6/15/2021

A fairly quiet weekend for the run, but a couple of veteran anglers took advantage of the low pressure weekend, yesterday, and were able to find some seemingly endless piles of small mouth bass.   Coming off the water by high sun, both anglers indicated landing quantities well into the double digits. One angler using spinning gear, the other swinging flies, but both with a nearly equal outcome, (despite their skill level) this was certainly a testament to the quality of the fishing yesterday.  This influx of bass most likely attributed to the conclusion of their spawning in the river, now migrating back into the lake.  Water temperatures have stabilized, holding in the 63-64 F range throughout the course of the day.  The baseline flow of 185 CFS continues, with a current reported flow of 248 CFS at the Pineville gauge.  Scheduled upcoming White Release may be found below, or by visiting safewaters.com/facility/42.  



DSR Summer Hours

Open : 6:00 AM 

Close : 5:00 PM



Dam Release: 185 CFS 

Pineville Gauge: 248 CFS

Water Temperature : 64 F


*Please check the SafeWaters website for updated water information. (Facility 42)\

Fishing Report June 11, 2021
6/11/2021

We finally beat the heat today, with some pretty pleasant overcast cooling things down after quite a hot and muggy week.  The guests that joined us over regularly over the week faired pretty well, especially mid week, with multiple double digit reports for small mouth bass.  The occasional rock bass in the mix, a few carp and suckers, and as always a fall fish or two.  Seems the larger bass are beginning to move out, which may been the key to some seriously productive days for these fly fishermen.  There were some real whoppers in the mix over the week.  As we conclude the week here, fishing was a bit more quiet, with just a few fish reported by the guest who joined us early this morning.  The reported water temperature, was 63 F.  Weekend forecasts continue to stay around the 80 F, bearable, if you're in the water!  We might just see some relief next week, with temperatures dropping back into the lower 70's.


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Hours of Operation : 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM


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Dam Release: 185 CFS 

Pineville Gauge: 256 CFS

*Please check the SafeWaters website for updated water information


Fishing Report June 7, 2021
6/7/2021

Great weather, brought quite a turn out this weekend.  A few dozen anglers filtered onto the run over the course of the weekend, trying to beat the abrupt heat wave while getting some fishing in.  It seems even given the high volume of anglers this weekend, there were plenty of fish to be caught, and every certainly hit their targets.  As for today, it was an early day for most, no surprise things began quieting down when the heat came on!  Temperatures will continue to remain in the 70's throughout the week, hopefully with some cloud coverage in the mix to keep things cool and productive!

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Hours of Operation : 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM

**MASKS REQUIRED IN THE AREA OF THE WELCOME CENTER, AND ON THE PROPERTY/RIVER WHEN LESS THAN 6 FT FROM ANY GUEST. ***

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Dam Release: 185 CFS 

Pineville Gauge: 256 CFS

*Please check the SafeWaters website for updated water information


Fishing Report June 4, 2021
6/4/2021

While we had light traffic this week, our guests report solid outings with most catching multiple small mouth pass per visit. There are still some solid sized bass around with a fair number of 17"+ fish caught. That said, with each passing day, we are seeing more immature bass in the 10-14" range.


The weather has warmed from the holiday weekend with today being the warmest at 80 degrees+. Wednesday evening into thursday did provide some much needed rain but we still need more. Fingers crossed! Water temperatures remain lower than normal for this time of year with temperatures collected daily at 8am ranging from 55-61 this week.


**Please note, our fishing reports have ceased daily and rather we will provide a synopsis every Monday and Friday of the recent days fishing. This will continue until August, 2021.**

_____________________________________ Hours of Operation : 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM **FOR NON-VACCINATED INDIVIDUALS, MASKS ARE REQUIRED IN THE AREA OF THE WELCOME CENTER, AND ON THE PROPERTY/RIVER WHEN LESS THAN 6 FT FROM ANY GUEST. *** Please visit douglastonsalmonrun.com for COVID guidelines & procedures. The information section on our homepage includes COVID cancellation forms, and check-in requirements. Please review all information prior to your visit. Dam Release: 185 CFS Pineville Gauge: 260 CFS *Please check the SafeWaters website for updated water information

Water Temperature at 8am - 61 degrees 6/4/21

Fishing Report May 28th, 2021
5/28/2021

Brrr! What a change in weather. There were reports of flurries and sleet near Adams NY this afternoon. As you may imagine, the run went unfished today. The good news about the cold front is that the water temperature dropped 10 degrees from 65 yesterday to 55. This is great for the young of the year chinook as well as the coho and steelhead smolts as they migrate out to the lake.


**Please note, beginning this Friday (5/28), our fishing reports will cease daily and rather we will provide a synopsis every Monday and Friday of the recent days fishing. This will continue until August.**

_____________________________________ Hours of Operation : 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM **FOR NON-VACCINATED INDIVIDUALS, MASKS ARE REQUIRED IN THE AREA OF THE WELCOME CENTER, AND ON THE PROPERTY/RIVER WHEN LESS THAN 6 FT FROM ANY GUEST. *** Please visit douglastonsalmonrun.com for COVID guidelines & procedures. The information section on our homepage includes COVID cancellation forms, and check-in requirements. Please review all information prior to your visit. Dam Release: 185 CFS Pineville Gauge: 288 CFS *Please check the SafeWaters website for updated water information
Fishing Report May 26th, 2021
5/26/2021

Just a few guests joined us today in between the mid-day pop-up thunderstorms. It was nice to get a little rain, we really need it! A few small mouth kept the skunk away but it was another fairly quiet day for fish activity.

Water temperature was 60 degrees at 8am this morning.

**Please note, beginning this Friday, our fishing reports will cease daily and rather we will provide a synopsis every Monday and Friday of the recent days fishing. This will continue until August.**

_____________________________________ Hours of Operation : 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM **FOR NON-VACCINATED INDIVIDUALS, MASKS ARE REQUIRED IN THE AREA OF THE WELCOME CENTER, AND ON THE PROPERTY/RIVER WHEN LESS THAN 6 FT FROM ANY GUEST. *** Please visit douglastonsalmonrun.com for COVID guidelines & procedures. The information section on our homepage includes COVID cancellation forms, and check-in requirements. Please review all information prior to your visit. Dam Release: 185 CFS Pineville Gauge: 268 CFS *Please check the SafeWaters website for updated water information
Fishing Report May 25, 2021
5/25/2021

Another beautiful day with a light summer crowd. A bit warmer today and the fish seemed to be taking cover from the sun. Our guests did catch a few bass but the action was pretty quiet overall compared to yesterday. Stripping streamers remains the most effective method employed by our recent guests (all of whom have been fly anglers). Water temperature ranged from 59 degrees around 7am to 64 degrees around 1pm.


**Please note, beginning this Friday, our fishing reports will cease daily and rather we will provide a synopsis every Monday and Friday of the recent days fishing. This will continue until August.**

_____________________________________ Hours of Operation : 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM **FOR NON-VACCINATED INDIVIDUALS, MASKS ARE REQUIRED IN THE AREA OF THE WELCOME CENTER, AND ON THE PROPERTY/RIVER WHEN LESS THAN 6 FT FROM ANY GUEST. *** Please visit douglastonsalmonrun.com for COVID guidelines & procedures. The information section on our homepage includes COVID cancellation forms, and check-in requirements. Please review all information prior to your visit. Dam Release: 185 CFS Pineville Gauge: 260 CFS *Please check the SafeWaters website for updated water information
Fishing Report May 24, 2021
5/24/2021

Just a few guests on the run today but all commented on how much they enjoyed the weather and catching smallmouth bass without anyone else around! Our first pair of anglers enjoyed swinging flies for the bass and another guest stripped streamers for them, both methods were successful. A good portion of today's catch were larger bass too. Water temperature ranged from 58 degrees around 7am to 62 degrees around 1pm, not bad for late May! _____________________________________ Hours of Operation : 6:00 AM – 5:00 PM **FOR NON-VACCINATED INDIVIDUALS, MASKS ARE REQUIRED IN THE AREA OF THE WELCOME CENTER, AND ON THE PROPERTY/RIVER WHEN LESS THAN 6 FT FROM ANY GUEST. *** Please visit douglastonsalmonrun.com for COVID guidelines & procedures. The information section on our homepage includes COVID cancellation forms, and check-in requirements. Please review all information prior to your visit. Dam Release: 185 CFS Pineville Gauge: 256 CFS *Please check the SafeWaters website for updated water information
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