River Report 5/29/18

May 29, 2018

Memorial weekend proved to be a great time for anglers. A lot of fish were caught and reports of lots of bugs reported throughout the system. We are seeing march browns and sulfers on the Delaware, Beaver Kill and Willow. The water is reaching prime temps for diverse and different hatches. In between the march browns and sulfer, we are seeing a lot of olives and strong caddis hatches throughout the day. Hendos are still being spotted in some of the upper parts of the East and West branch.

 

Nymph fishing is a great option with the rivers getting lower. Our guides are have a lot of success on our Ice Caddis Pupas, pheasant tails, copper johns and our march brown nymph. 

 

Levels on the main stem getting down to good levels. Reports from our guides indicate that the fishing is excellent with diverse hatches. 

 

We still have a couple openings for drift boat trips this weekend and into next week. Give us a call or stop by our shop in Roscoe, NY 

 

47 Stewart Ave

Roscoe, NY 12776

607-290-4022

 

 

 

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