This morning winter returned to the Upper Delaware Region. During the overnight several inches of fresh snow covered the region. We are forecast for another 3 to 5 inches today.
This weather will make conditions tough for fishing the next few days. THe forecast for the week is for a colder trend through the next few days before warming a bit towards next weekend.
This cold snap is sure to put a bump in the great fishing that we have been having. I will be sure to update conditions as they improve.
Don’t Miss the Most Important Meeting of the Year for the Upper Delaware River!
Come to Hawley, PA on April 5th, 2016 and Let. Your. Voice. Be. Heard!
The fate of the next river management plan that impacts the cold water ecosystem of the Upper Delaware River and the economic and ecological health of the entire river system hangs in the balance.On April 5, 2016 the entire Delaware River conservation community expects that the 5 key decision makers from PA, NY, NJ, DE, and NYC who must unanimously approve this plan are coming to Hawley, PA to provide us with a progress update and to hear our concerns and ideas about the future of the river.
If you love the Upper Delaware River, there is no more important meeting than this one.
Let’s fill the room and make sure the decision makers know that the management of this river affects more than 15 million lives and a transparent process with the full participation of all watershed stakeholders is critical. Tell them we need a plan that protects aquatic habitat, provides for multiple water resource needs from upstate NY to the Delaware Bay, ensures consistent water releases/flows for recreational enjoyment, and enhances tourism opportunities to help those who rely the river for their economic livelihoods.
What: DRBC Regulated Flow Advisory Committee (RFAC)
When: Tuesday, April 5th, 2016 from 1pm to 4pm
Where: Lake Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Center, 126 PPL Drive, Hawley, PA