February 16 2019
On Saturday we had cloudy conditions with the temperature reaching into the upper 20's and anglers were pleasantly surprised with a recent drop in water level. We got mixed reports from anglers, some groups got into fish in the upper and lower end of the river, while others did not. Overall it was just good to see anglers getting out on the water and taking advantage of conditions. The upper end of the river between Altmar and Pineville has been getting the most fishing pressure on a daily basis. If your willing to walk and looking for some solitude the mid to lower end of the river would be a good choice. For those anglers who are fly fishing the most productive patterns have been rusher nymphs, black stoneflies, steelhead hammer, wiggle stones, woolly buggers, infected pheasant tails, squirmy worms, estaz eggs and sucker spawn. For those anglers who are float fishing or bottom bouncing, pink and blue egg sacs, beads or pink worms have all produced results.
Monday - Saturday 6:00AM - 6:00PM.
Sunday 6:00AM - 5:00PM.