Fly Fishing Report for the Upper Delaware and Catskill Rivers
The photos in today's report are Luc and Mike toughing it out in some dreary weather. They hung in through a tough morning but got the job done when the fish woke up and took to the surface!
This weekend is shaping up to offer us Fly Fishermen some great opportunity. It has been rainy the last 2 days and all of our local rivers have risen a bit. All of our waters are still low enough to offer us about unlimited fishing access. Water temperatures are in the range for trout and insects to be active.
If you are planning to fish in the coming days make sure you have some colder weather gear. Even though we have sunny weather coming daytime highs are expected to remain cool. I just got in at dark and it really cooled down rapidly tonight. Over the last few days I have started to see the first signs of color in the mountains and some leaves are falling already.
Right now all of our rivers are the right place to fish. Summer is over and the trout are feeding. I am always pretty specific about where to fish but currently there are no poor choices. It is however still best to nymph fish the areas around the riffles. The best concentration of fish are in the proximity of this water type. The olive activity is best in the slow