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Live River Conditions

River Temperature
(°F)
Current Flow
(ft³/s)
Average Flow
(ft³/s)
Beaverkill at Cooks Falls 67.46 117 323
East Branch at Downsville Not Available 118 190
East Branch at Harvard 60.98 122 296
East Branch at Fishes Eddy 68.18 291 658
West Branch at Stilesville 50.72 733 620
West Branch at Hale Eddy 54.14 834 734
Main Stem at Lordville 69.44 792 1570
Main Stem at Callicoon 73.04 859 1830

September 18th, 10:00 A.M. - Area Overview

Cloudy. 66 degrees with a high of 76. Forecast this week is warm in the mid 70's.

Water temperatures are fairly warm, reaching 70s on the lower eastbranch and main stem yesterday.

Beaverkill / Willowemoc Rivers

The Beaverkill and Willow are fairly low. Nymphing with smaller mayflies and isonychia nymphs has been productive. Evenings has been producing various hatches and surface activity, while cloudy days has been lending to decent dry fly fishing.

Bug are currently Isonychia (8 – 10), Dorothea (16), Cahills (12-16), Sulphurs (14), Tan Caddis (16), Tricos (20-24), Midges & Olives (20+)

Upper East Branch of the Delaware River

The Upper East is currently low and clear. Afternoons and cooler days has been good for surface activity.

Bug are currently Isonychia (8 – 10), Dorothea (16), Cahills (12-16), Sulphurs (14), Tan Caddis (16), Tricos (20-24), Midges & Olives (20+)

The Pepacton Reservoir is 12.65 feet below the 100% mark. The release from the damn is 158.

Lower East Branch of the Delaware River

The Lower East Branch is currently running low, clear but warming. Nymphing has been more and more productive.

Bugs are currently Isonychia (8 – 10), Dorothea (16), Sulphurs (14), Tan Caddis (16), Cahills (12-16), Tricos (20-24), Midges & Olives (20+)

West Branch of the Delaware River

Good daytime and afternoon hatches of bwo's with some Isonychias, dorotheas and cahills. Currently running very low.

Bugs are currently Isonychia (8 – 10), Cahills (12-16), Dorothea (16), Sulphurs (14), Tan Caddis (16), Paraleps (18), Tricos (20-24), Midges & Olives (20+)

The Cannonsville Reservoir is currently, 11.5 feet below the 100% mark. The release from the dam is 252 cfs.

Main Stem of the Delaware River

Warming in the lower system. Nymphing has been producing well. Dry fly fishing has mostly been in the early light and last light.

Bugs are currently White Flies (12-16), Isonychia (8 – 10), Dorothea (16), Cahills (12-16), Tan Caddis (16), Tricos (20-24), Midges & Olives (20+)

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