Upper Delaware Fly Fishing Report

June 15, 2015


Last night some substantial rainfall occurred in the Upper Delaware region!


 iver Flow Table


Beaverkill - 1290 cfs.

Wilowemoc - 900 cfs.

Upper East Branch -1350 cfs

Lower East Branch -2340 cfs.

West Branch - 2240  cfs.

Main Stem  -2730 cfs.


This rainfall is a welcome addition to our low and warm Trout rivers.  Over the next few days this influx of water should stabilize conditions for the better.


Currently all Upper Delaware rivers are running high and turbid. For the next few days drift boat anglers will have full run of the rivers and the streamer bits should be on in a big way.



Our guides have some openings this week due to some prior cancellations. If you want to get out for the first premium streamer fishing conditions of 2015 give us a call today.


Our fly shop is now open daily. We are fully stocked with the essentials and the best local fly patterns in the area. If you are planning to fish and want to get the scoop on what's happening on all area rivers, stop in. Our guides will be in and around the shop from 8:30 am until they leave for their trips.  You can pick their brains on the latest hatches, techniques and locations. Our staff will be available to you on a daily basis from now through the end of June



We are now taking reservations for Guided Smallmout Bass and Evening Hatch Trout trips for the months of July and August. Give the fly shop a call today for details! 607-290-4022



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