Upper Delaware and Catskill Fly Fishing Report

April 20, 2018

Cold Weather and Snow Squalls about to become History?

 

As far as Trout Fishing conditions go, this week was one to forget. Cold still has a grip on the Upper Delaware and Catskill Rivers.

 

The weather forecast is indicating that Trout Season in Roscoe NY may start in the coming week.

Starting tomorrow we are expecting to see the sun and 50 degree and above temperatures.

 

Everything else is ready. Our rivers are bank full of water and the insect hatches have begun.

 

There are Stoneflies, Caddisflies, Mayflies and Midges on the water! Yesterday I was doing some maintenance on my boat trailer and there were lots of Caddisflies crawling around on my drift boat. Guide Zach floated the West yesterday during rough conditions and reported good insect activity throughout the afternoon hours. All that is needed now is a few sunny days and warmer overnights.

 

As soon as the action improves we will switch over to daily reports. You can also call us for location specific reports. 607-290-4022

 

If you are heading up to fish this week make sure you stop by our new fly shop on Roscoe's main street. We are fully stocked with the best selection of local fly patterns and all of the necessities for a day on the river.

 

We also have the Newest TFO Rods in Stock! Stop in and test the new TFO Drift Rod. This is an amazing Nymph rod that converts from a standard 9 footer up to a 12' 3" micro spey.

 

GUIDED TRIPS

 

We are now taking bookings for the prime spring dry fly season. Now is the time to call or email for available dates. 

 

I personally have about a dozen dates in PRIME TIME that just became available due to a schedule change. These dates are all mid week and during the major insect hatches. You can call the shop or me directly at 607-348-7497 if you would like to take one of the available trips.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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