Salmon Season

The Salmon run on the Salmon River is off to a slower start then what everyone had hoped for this fall. So far we have not seen a big run, everyday its a steady trickle to small pods coming thru the Douglaston Salmon Run section of the river.  As you can see by Jay’s smile it only takes a few in the net to make it all worth it.

Still looking for last minute dates?? I only have the Friday October 2nd open due to a cancellation for Salmon. I do have a couple of other guides with a few dates left, don’t wait to get in this years run.

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By |September 23rd, 2015|Reports|0 Comments|

Salmon Season

Salmon season is just around the corner. Hopefully we should see a good run based on statistics and hope mother nature is in our favor this fall. A good source was fishing in the Douglaston Salmon Run Sunday and saw a few salmon moving thru. Could we have another year with a early run?

If you haven’t booked your dates now is the time, I have only a few days open but I have a couple of other guides working for me that may have it open.


Trout Fishing Report

I was up on the Ausable River in Wilmington over the past week and the fishing was great, plenty of hatches coming off for the dry fly angler from mid day on and nymphing was good all day.

Here are my clients tight line nymphing thru some very productive pocket water on the Ausable. 

A #16 Frenchie and #8 Rubber Leg Stone Fly are a great set up on the Ausable, this nice Brown got fooled by the frenchie.
I have limited dates left for trout fishing trips, if you would like to book one give me a call or click on the contact tab to e-mail me.

Salmon Season

The 2015 Salmon Run is quickly approaching and now is the time to get your dates booked if you already haven’t. Come join me at the Douglaston Salmon Run for a great day on the water this Fall. 

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By |April 16th, 2015|Reports|0 Comments|

Quick Fishing Update

Fishing on the Salmon River has been tough for the first half of April, Hopefully were over the hump and good days are ahead of us. The flows are still high on the Salmon River but we shouldn’t see it any higher hopefully unless we get some rain. Rumors say the hatchery is done collecting eggs and the hatchery has plenty of adult steelhead in it waiting to drop back into the river. The ice on the eastern end Lake Ontario is finally gone and that opens the inshore brown trout fishing.

By |April 13th, 2015|Reports|0 Comments|

Got Cabin Fever??

Cabin fever starting to set in?? Need a break from tying flies?? Or doing the “Honey Do List?” January has plenty of opportunities for the fly fisherman. The sport shows are all starting up all around, The Fly Fishing Show is make its annual rounds on the east coast and for the diehards there is plenty of decent days to get out and do some winter steelhead fishing on the Salmon River.

We are still offering our “Winter Special” with Lodging at the Tailwater Lodge til the end of February, so give us a call or email to book a trip.


By |January 7th, 2015|Reports|0 Comments|

Winter Steelhead Special

PGS and the Tailwater Lodge put together this awesome winter package. You get two nights lodging at the Tailwater Lodge, hot breakfast at the Lodge and two days of guided float trips on the Salmon River For $875 a $235 savings. The special is good from December 15th thru February 28th. Interested?? Questions?? Send me a email or give me a call.

By |November 20th, 2014|Reports|0 Comments|

Got Chrome???

What we lacked in salmon this year, the steelhead are making up for it. If you’re on any social media sites for the Salmon River area you will see a lot of the big steelhead being caught this year.

I’m book solid thru all of November but a couple of the guides I use have some open dates. If you want to get in on some great steelhead fishing click here to contact me about booking a trip.

By |November 5th, 2014|Reports|0 Comments|

Steelhead Are Here But

There are plenty of steelhead in the river, they just don’t want to bite like we want them too. The water temp is just too warm for them to act like they should. The plus side, there’s a cold front on the way.  Just like there are plenty of fish, there are plenty of fisherman along the banks of the Salmon River. Respect each other’s space and don’t crowd in on other anglers space and have a enjoyable day fishing, isn’t that why were out there???

By |October 27th, 2014|Reports|0 Comments|