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Live River Conditions

River Temperature
(°F)
Current Flow
(ft³/s)
Average Flow
(ft³/s)
Beaverkill at Cooks Falls 58.1 413 552
East Branch at Downsville Not Available 136 286
East Branch at Harvard 56.12 194 442
East Branch at Fishes Eddy 59 889 1140
West Branch at Stilesville 47.66 277 643
West Branch at Hale Eddy 51.8 444 820
Main Stem at Lordsville 59 1490 2050
Main Stem at Callicoon 62.42 1900 2880

May 27th, 9:00 A.M. - Area Overview

Current air temperature is 57° with a forecast high of 66°.

Forecast today is partly cloudy. The weather through Monday looks good with some rain on Tuesday.

Beaverkill / Willowemoc Rivers

The Beaverkill and Willowemoc are clear and wadeable. March browns are coming off in good numbers. Prospecting large dries has been productive.

Bugs are currently Gray Foxes (12 – 14), March Browns (8 – 10), Sulphurs (14), Tan Caddis (16), Paraleps (18), Midges & Olives (20+)

Upper East Branch of the Delaware River

The Pepacton Reservoir is 0.01 feet below the 100% mark and dropping. The release from the dam is 188 cfs.

The Upper East is running clear and at an excellent wading level. There are a few lingering Hendrickson in the upper sections. In the lower sections sulphurs should be making an appearance with a mix of caddis. and A FEW green drakes have been spotted, but don’t get too excited over this yet!

Bugs are currently Gray Foxes (12 – 14), March Browns (8 – 10), Sulphurs (14), Tan Caddis (16), Paraleps (18), Midges & Olives (20+)

Lower East Branch of the Delaware River

The Lower East Branch is running clear wadeable. March Browns have moved in quickly with Sulphurs. There are also a good mix of caddis. Nymph fishing has been quite good with March Brown nymphs and caddis pupas.

Bugs are currently March Browns (8 – 10), Sulphurs (14), Tan Caddis (16), Paraleps (18), Midges & Olives (20+)

West Branch of the Delaware River

The Cannonsville Reservoir is currently, 0.1 feet above the 100% mark and stable. The combined release and spill from the West Branch is 280 cfs.

The whole West Branch is clear and wadeable.

Bugs are currently March Browns (8 – 10), Sulphurs (14), Tan Caddis (16), Paraleps (18), Midges & Olives (20+)

Main Stem of the Delaware River

The Main Stem is clear and wadeable.

Bugs are currently Isonychia (8 – 10), Dorothea (16), March Browns (8 – 10), Sulphurs (14), Tan Caddis (16), Paraleps (18), Midges & Olives (20+)

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