Upper Delaware Fly Fishing Report


Over the last few days we finally had some rainfall that moved the Stream gauges. The additional water combined with very cool night time temperatures has made for some good fishing conditions. Over the next few days we are forecast for overnight air temperatures to drop into the 30's.

Below is a photo of guide Zach and his guests toughing it out during a heavy squall which brought a mix of rain and hail

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The Upper Delaware rivers are now fishing well with low to mid water conditions. The insect hatches are reliable and the trout are feeding well especially towards dark. March Browns and Sulfurs are emerging well where I have been fishing. There is a much bigger mix of insects on the other rivers in the system. Depending on where you are you may still find Hendricksons and Blue Quills, Caddisflies, Stoneflies, Olives and More. There are also spinner flights most nights.

Yesterday we saw a few Green Drakes aga