Category: River Report/Conditions

River Report/Conditions

River Report / Conditions – July 18, 2019

July 18, 2019, Author: Frank Rosata

Last nights rain gave a decent bump in flows and not much color to the water. The West  and Upper East are still the only game in town. Sulphurs, Isonychia, Cahill, and Olives. Hatching:   BWO #16-20 Sulphurs #14-18 Tan Caddis #16 – 18 Cahills #12-14 Isonychia #10 – 12 Click on the gauge below […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 16, 2019

July 16, 2019, Author: Frank Rosata

We received a bump in flow out of Cannonsville last night and fished responded very well to it. The release will remain at 650cfs until further notice. The entire West is still very wadeable and now safe for water temperatures. Reports from the Game Lands have been very positive. Hatching:   BWO #16-20 March Browns […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 15, 2019

July 15, 2019, Author: Frank Rosata

Reports from the mid to lower West have been decent. Anglers are finding less bugs, but also much less people. You wont get that strong mid day Sulphur hatch, but the evenings have been productive. Nymphing and swinging is much easier on the mid to lower river due to the lack of algae. Hatching:   […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 13, 2019

July 13, 2019, Author: Frank Rosata

Reports from the mid to lower West have been decent. Anglers are finding less bugs, but also much less people. You wont get that strong mid day Sulphur hatch, but the evenings have been productive. Nymphing and swinging is much easier on the mid to lower river due to the lack of algae. Hatching:   […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 11, 2019

July 11, 2019, Author: Frank Rosata

The DEC has been pulsing water to keep the target temp at Lordville. This has kept the Lower West cool and fishing well. Bugs are not as heavy as the Upper river, but fish are on them and more willing to eat. Nymphing during the day is very productive. Hatching:   BWO #16-20 March Browns […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 9, 2019

July 9, 2019, Author: Frank Rosata

The Upper West has the most consistent fishing right now. Sulphurs are starting around 12:30 and going till about 2 – 3ish. There a lull after that till about 6-7ish and the sulphurs start back strong. Olives and Iso’s are in the mix and can bring fish up in between/during the Sulphur hatch. The Upper […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 6, 2019

July 6, 2019, Author: Frank Rosata

We got a much needed bump in flows last night, but it wont last long. fishing from Hale Eddy up has been the most consistent. Temps everywhere else on the system needs to be monitored before you fish them. Hatching:   BWO #16-20 March Browns #14 Sulphurs #14-18 Tan Caddis #16 – 18 Cahills #12-14 […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 4, 2019

July 4, 2019, Author: Frank Rosata

Temps on the Lower West Main are climbing/have climbed into unsafe temperatures. The Upper West and Upper East are still safe to fish. Sulphurs, Iso’s, Cahills, BWO and some Gray Fox (Upper West) are the main bugs to be worrying about.  Brown Drakes are on the Upper East and can provide good spinner falls. Water […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 2, 2019

July 2, 2019, Author: Frank Rosata

Water flows and temps are dropping and warming. Fishing on the West from Hale Eddy up has been the most consistent. The Upper East is still getting Drakes and Coffins but very low and clear, Hatching: Green Drakes – #8 -10 BWO #16-20 Grannom Caddis #16 -18 March Browns #10 – 14 Sulphurs #14-18 Tan […]

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River Report / Conditions – June 30, 2019

June 30, 2019, Author: Frank Rosata

Drakes are coming to an end on the Upper East, but Sulphurs and Iso’s are picking up strong.  Below Hale Eddy bugs are sparser but fish are more willing to eat. Spinner falls have been excellent on this end as well. The bugs above Hale Eddy have been strong, but fish have been much pickier. […]