Upper Delaware Fly Fishing Report

DAYTIME HATCHES ARE BACK!

Over the last few days the Daytime hatches have picked up in a huge way.

At this time the Invaria Sulfur hatch is established on the Tailwaters and there are Trout rising throughout the afternoon.

At this time anglers who know the waters well can find Cornuta Olives in the morning, Invaria Sulfurs in the afternoon and a big mix of insects towards dark. Spinner activity has been good at the twilight time.

Over the last few days rainfall and colder weather has really turned the conditions around throughout the river system. This morning the water temps are are 60 degrees or colder in all areas of the Delaware River system.

Over the last few days our guides have had a pretty easy job. The Trout have been feeding steadily and our guests have been cleaning up with dry flies.