Fly Fishing Report for the Upper Delaware and Catskill Rivers


Both of the Trout below were taken on tiny nymphs over the weekend.

Every year there comes a time in late summer where the daytime Sulfurs start to become less reliable and there is window of time where the trouts normal routine starts to change. Every year as this occurs the nymphing catches fire and our guests really start to run the numbers up.

Over the last week or so there has been a big increase in the way the fish are going for nymphs. Almost every recent trip has had double digit hookups on nymphs. Over the past weekend this action stayed red hot and we lots of fish as well as some really big fish.

All of my recent fishing has been on the tailwaters. Some of my recent West Branch floats have been steady action with over a dozen fish per trip.