April 10 2022
Please check safewaters for the latest update, as of this morning the dam release is expected to drop again. Colder temperatures along with windy conditions and mixed precipitation is expected for today, but after that were going into a warming trend for the upcoming week. Over the last couple of days anglers have been working hard and covering lots of water to get into fish. Anglers have had success in and around the gravel areas of the main river, side channels and diversions as well as some of the smaller local tributaries.
Streamers: Egg sucking leeches in black or purple, size 8. Beadhead woolly buggers in black, olive, orange, red, size 6. Fishskull zonkers in black, olive, white, grizzly size 8.
Nymphs: Copper John's size 10, Prince nymph size 10, Rusher nymphs in blue, purple, chart, pink, size 10. Steelhead hammer in blue, pink, red, black, size 12. Rubber legged stones in black, olive, brown size 8. Rubber legged Kaufman stones in black or golden size 8.
Egg patterns: Steelie omelets in cerise, chart, peach, size 10. Steak-n-eggs in pink, orange, size 10. Estaz eggs in blue, pink, chart, purple, white, size 10. Sucker spawn in oregon cheese, blue, pink, chart, white, size 6.