Upper Delaware Fly Fishing Report
Saturday Morning Update
Last night we had steady light rainfall with a few heavy showers mixed in. This morning all Upper Delaware rivers are on the rise. Anglers should expect to find turbidity which should range from fairly heavy in the freestones to just a tinge in the tailwaters. Expect some areas to have localized heavier turbidity
At this time anglers on foot will have shrinking opportunity. At the current flows wade fishing is dangerous. Fishing on foot should be limited to walking the banks. The conditions remain very good for anglers planning to fish from Drift Boats.
Below are the current flows along with the prediction gauge for the Beaverkill through Monday.
The forecast is calling for warmer weather the next few days. This warming trend is bringing with it the chance of continued showers through Monday. The chance of rainfall varies from 30 to 70% through that time period.
Despite the weather the fishing remains pretty good if you are fishing from a drift boat. Our guides have been able to work the streamer water and put our guests on some rising fish.
The insects remain the same. Small stoneflies and caddisflies are on the water at times. Olives and Blue Quills are emerging during the afternoons.
I Have a few openings this week if you want to get out for an early season float trip. Give us a call at 607-290-4022