Water flow at 355 cfs, but dry conditions persists with rain predicted for later this week! The higher water did pull a number of Salmon into the river and Douglaston Salmon Run reported increased activity with most guests hooking up or seeing Kings, All indications point to a good salmon run this season. The LOC
Water flow at 185 CFS, the minimal flow for the summer, but as a result of the recent rains the Labor Day white water release are on schedule! Remember, the last three releases have been cancelled due to lack of rain on the Tug Hill Plateau. The August and September releases usually pull a number
After a very long hot and dry summer, conditions are showing signs of improvement. 2 inches of rain fell in the last week, and temperatures have decreased slightly, giving the local fisheries some modest but much needed relief. However, water flow has only slightly increased, and is currently running at 250 CFS. If you are
Have had periods of hard rain on the Tug Hill last night. Checked some small tributaries this morning and there was no appreciable flow increase. With the dry summer conditionsall the rain was quickly absorbed. There is a forecast for much needed rain this weekend through next Tuesday. Water flow has remained at 185 cfs,
Very hot and very dry weather continues. The Tug Hill Plateau had a less than normal snow fall, a dry spring and July’s rain has been less than one-half normal. We did have a spate of rain for a couple of hours on the 25th but NOT enough to have any effect on the fishery!
As Steelhead drop back season is nearing its end we are seeing some aggressive fish taking flies on the swing. Right now is a perfect time to plan a trip to find a mixed bag of Steelhead, Small Mouth Bass, and hungry Brown Trout taking bugs on the surface with pretty large Hendrickson hatches. As