Upper Delaware Fly Fishing Report
Beaverkill - 1890 cfs.
Wilowemoc - 1480 cfs.
Upper East Branch - 921 cfs
Lower East Branch - 2930 cfs.
West Branch - 1330 cfs.
Main Stem - 7460 cfs.
There is not much new to report this morning. We had some rainfall last night that has our rivers rising again. There is localized turbidity in areas around tributaries but most of the water has clarity.
The deeper pools all have that green colored water associated with snow melt at this time.
The best bet for action at this time is with baitfish imitations. Fishing from a driftboat will provide the most opportunity while the water is high.
The next few days we have a forecast for freezing rain, Rain and generally cloudy weather. Daytime highs are to be in the low 40's. It is expected to clear for the weekend and get up in the 60's.
Our Guide staff has a couple of openings for float trips this weekend if you want to get out on the water.
Articulated Streamers, Sculpins, Woolly Buggers, Best colors are White Black and Olive - All flies should be heaviy weighted at this time. In the current conditions I like to fish a very heavy 6"+ streamer with about a 3" teaser fly about two feet in front of it.