November 14 2017
Please check the waterline for the latest update, the water level is being reduced. On Monday we had wet snow flurries in the morning with no major accumulation, just a dusting. In the afternoon we had cloudy and calm conditions along with the temperature reaching near 40 degrees. Over the last couple of days we got mixed reports from anglers, some groups got into fish and did well, while others did not. It mostly depended on experience level and what section of river your fishing. The upper section of river between Altmar and Pineville is getting the most fishing pressure on a daily basis which is normal for this water level. If your looking for some solitude, the mid to lower end of the river would be a good choice. For those anglers who are not comfortable with this water level some of the smaller local tributaries is another option. Anglers having the most success are covering lots of water and fishing along the edges and inside seams of the faster water. For those anglers who are fly fishing, pink and chartreuse egg patterns dead drifted or fished under a strike indicator has been productive. If your looking to swing streamers, black/purple, olive/white, black/olive, pink/white have all produced results. For those anglers who are bottom bouncing or float fishing, blue, pink and chartreuse egg sacs have been most productive.
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Friday & Saturday 6:00AM - 7:00PM.
Sunday 6:00AM - 5:00PM.