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FISHING REPORT

The Catskill Fly Fishing Report

September 26, 2022

Beaverkill River, Willowemoc Creek, and the Delaware River System

 

Fortunately this fall has given us a good amount of rain and from a wading standpoint all our rivers are in great shape.  In truth, we could not be in a better situation for this time of year.  Water flows and temperatures are ideal and this week looks like its going to produce some good opportunities.  

Be prepared to stay flexible and fish nymphs, streamers and keep on the look out for rising fish.  Small Blue Wing Olives (20-24) will be a favorite throughout with the possibility of Isonychia (14) and possibly Sulphurs.  If you don't have a hatch and want fish dry flies use  Ants & Beetles, are still very viable, as well as an attractor pattern with a nymph dropper (stop by the shop if you need some guidance).

We only have 6-8 weeks left of good fishing so take advantage of it!

 

FLOWS AND TEMPERATURES REPORTED IN REAL TIME

River
Flow
Water Temperature
Gage Location
BEAVERKILL RIVER
327
55°
Willowemoc Creek
63.6
55°
East Branch, Delaware River
219
54°
West Branch, Delaware River
452
56°
Delaware River
1450
57°
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