April 15 2019
Monday was a cold and wet day with the temperature reaching near 40 degrees along with rain showers throughout the day. The water level is still very high water but the dam release did come down to 2200cfs. That is an improvement over the previous flow and at least were heading in the right direction. Over the last couple of... read more.
April 14 2019
With the recent rain and melting snow coming off the Tug Hill the dam release on the Salmon River is currently running at 5000cfs plus runoff. At this point it's best to wait until the river returns to a safe and fishable flow. The best option for anglers who still plan on fishing may be some of the smaller local... read more.
April 12 2019
On Friday we had very mild conditions with the temperature reaching into the mid 60's in the afternoon. Most of the groups we spoke with were not thrilled with the increase in water level, but they were already here and committed so they made the best of tough conditions. With the Salmon River running at 3000cfs plus runoff the majority... read more.
April 12 2019
With the combination of the mild temperatures causing snow melt on the Tug Hill and rain in the forecast, the Salmon River water release at the Dam has been increased to 3000cfs. At this point the best option for bank anglers is to check out some of the smaller local tributaries. We will continue to monitor the conditions and keep... read more.
April 09 2019
Monday was another mild day with scattered rain showers in the morning and sunshine later in the afternoon. With the mild temperatures and recent rain it's no surprise we have high water levels. Were still dealing with melting snow coming off the Tug Hill and combined with the recent rain, spring runoff is normal for this time of year. The... read more.