September 30 2018
Over the weekend we had increased fishing pressure which is normal of this time of year. If your willing to do some walking, you can get away from the crowds and find some solitude. We currently have fish spread out in the river from top to bottom. In the upper end of the river anglers reported kings holding in the deeper holes and larger runs. If your looking for fresh fish the mid to lower end of the river is your best bet. Some days have been better then others but overall fish have been moving through on a daily basis. The majority of anglers we spoke with over the weekend got into mostly kings but a few anglers got into some cohos. Over the last couple of days the most productive patterns have been, orange or pink comets, black egg sucking leeches, black/olive/brown woolly buggers, black/olive/white bunny leeches, black/olive/white zonkers, orange/chart/pink/blue estaz eggs, pink/chart/orange/oregon cheese glo-bugs.
Monday - Saturday 6:00AM - 8:00PM.
Sunday 6:00AM - 7:00PM.