Upper Delaware Fly Fishing Report
MARCH BROWNS ARE ON THE WATER!
Yesterday some rainfall occurred in the mountains. The rain was not very heavy and overall it had minor impact on river flows. The next few days are expected to be sunny with normal spring daytime air temps. Our nights are expected to remain chilly with temps. dropping into the 30's. This type of weather should keep the river temperatures in a great place.
The hatches are progressing quickly this year. Over the last few days March Browns began hatching from Main Stem Delaware waters. This activity is improving daily and the Trout are taking them.
The Wild Rainbows are starting to get active! Every year the April activity is always dominated by Brown Trout and the Bows are scarce. As has been the case with the hatches the Rainbows are becoming active a bit earlier than normal.