|Water Temp: 66ºF Flow: 185 cfs|
|The estuary on the Salmon is full of fish. Expect night time, till early morning runs of fish pushing into Douglaston. As the sun warms the day in to the afternoon, I expect most fish will push back to the estuary. Cooler water temperatures, and more water will be all that is needed to get them running the river.
A large number of Cohos, mixed with Kings, Browns, and Steelhead are lingering in the Lower DSR. Woolly Buggers provided the most consistent action, with stone flies and other nymphs getting the occasional bite when the action slowed due to high sun. For some reason, egg patterns were ineffectual.
Rain and lower temperatures will help bring in more fish and move the ones in the river up.
Tight Lines, Joe & Sinbad