Closed to Salmon and Steelhead fishing. Sea run cutthroat are around in good numbers. Hit deep edges with over hanging trees. Typical tout nymphs and streamers continue to produce.
Current outflow is 1150cfs, 43.3 degrees. Swinging smaller more natural traditionals continues to produce, with best catches being on nymphs. Spring Chinook are spawning, so dead drifting a heavy stonefly or an October Caddis with an egg pattern would be a good bet.
Big nymph/small nymph droppers, or a Stonefly with an egg dropper under an indicator, or swinging small dark colored intruders have been producing. Swinging pink and purple leeches are producing coho
in between seasons, a few coho, and some steelhead but pretty quiet
Continues to be very solid, expect fish to get a little more aggressive with the water temperature drop from the weekends weather. Black leeches with a little red, and the typical chrironomids will continue to produce. Leeches have been producing some nice fish, but watch the weather forecasts.
cold and slow