Category: River Report/Conditions

River Report/Conditions

River Report / Conditions – November 25, 2020

November 25, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

The holiday weekend will have temps in the high 40s to mid 50s. Combined with some mist and light rain, it will feel just like November should on the Upper Delaware. Nymphing has been the go to in the morning and early afternoons, with small streamers coming into play when water temps hit their peak […]

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River Report / Conditions – November 12, 2020

November 12, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

Things are cooling off, and its starting to feel more like late fall on the Upper Delaware. The majority of the leaves have fallen, but there’s still some foliage left to gander at while you fish. We had a push of rain through the area, leaving the East Branch up near 1200 cfs at Fish’s […]

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River Report / Conditions – November 6, 2020

November 6, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

We’ve got a warm weekend ahead of us that should provide some great fishing opportunities. We’re still seeing Bwos on top, and the fish are on them in the slower pools and tail outs. Nymphs, fished in the riffles will produce a few fish as water temps warm and the hatches get going. Streamers will […]

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River Report / Conditions – October 31, 2020

October 31, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

Rivers are on the drop from recent precipitation. The Lower East is still showing some color, with the West Branch falling and clearing a bit faster. We’ve got a few chilly mornings in the coming days, making nymphing your best bet if you plan to fish the AM. There are still some olives present in […]

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River Report / Conditions – October 30, 2020

October 30, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

Rain continued to fall through the day and overnight yesterday, with a few flurries this morning, lightly frosting the hills and peaks that line the rivers. Precipitation should taper off by mid day leaving us with temps in the mid 40s, and rivers on the high side, but receding. The flow at Hale Eddy is […]

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River Report / Conditions – October 29, 2020

October 29, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

The Cannonsville release is down again this morning with Stilesville at 325 cfs. Hopefully we see the projected 2″ of rainfall over the next couple of days. The Lower East is up a bit and showing some color which will help the streamer bite on that side of the world. With the coming cold snap, […]

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River Report / Conditions – October 28, 2020

October 28, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

With the precipitation in the forecast, the Cannonsville release has been cut. The gage at Hale Eddy is showing 827 cfs currently. The streamer bite has been good the past few days, hopefully the cloud cover and rain will keep that rolling. Olives have been good in the afternoons, with a few caddis and Iso’s […]

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River Report / Conditions – October 25, 2020

October 25, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

We’ll have some better conditions today and the cold nights should push some olives in the afternoons. The forecast for the next few days is showing decent cloud cover, so hopefully they follow suit. Long leaders, light tippet, and sparse fly patterns have been getting it done. Fall Hours: The fly shop will be open […]

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River Report / Conditions – October 24, 2020

October 23, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

With a bit of rain falling and some leaves flying through the air, it looks and feels a lot more like late October in the river valleys this morning. The rain should taper off in by the afternoon, and the winds are “projected” to fade as the day progresses. So lets call it a streamer […]

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River Report / Conditions – October 22, 2020

October 22, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

We’re in the 70s again today and it looks like the wind should be less of a factor. Theres a bit more of a release from Cannonsville, with the gage at Hale Eddy reading 1150 cfs. Bwos and caddis are still present in the afternoons. Long leaders, light tippet and sparse flies have been the […]