Category: River Report/Conditions

River Report/Conditions

River Report / Conditions – July 25, 2020

July 25, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

A thermal release from Cannonsville has the West Branch flows up a bit this morning. It will recede throughout the day. Hale Eddy is currently at 847 cfs. Sulfurs and Bwo’s are the go-to’s up closer to the reservoirs, with nymphing being the staple lower in the system.  The Lower East, Main, and Beaverkill are […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 24, 2020

July 24, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

The majority of yesterday’s precipitation missed us, but every little bit helps. Today will be mostly sunny with little wind. Sulfurs and Bwo’s are the go-to’s up closer to the reservoirs, with nymphing being the staple lower in the system.  The Lower East, Main, and Beaverkill are all too warm to fish for trout. Feel […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 23, 2020

July 23, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

We’ve got a few potential storms in the forecast again today with the wind blowing 5-10 mph. As of late the rain has missed us for the most part, but it does bring decent cloud cover. The eastern part of the drainage received a small bump from yesterdays precipitation. Sulfurs and Bwo’s are the go-to’s […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 22, 2020

July 22, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

Today we’ll see a high of 85* with the potential for some strong storms in the afternoon/evening. Make sure to keep an eye on the radar if you’re out on the river. Otherwise Sulphurs, Bwos, Cahills and Isos will will be the major menu items, with the best dry fly fishing being higher up in […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 20, 2020

July 20, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

 Summer hatches will continue with a mix of Sulphurs, Bwos, Cahills and Isos starting in the afternoons and into the evening. Keep your tippet light and your patterns sparse. The Lower East, Main, and Beaverkill are all too warm to fish for trout. Feel free to give us a call with any questions about river […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 19, 2020

July 19, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

We received another thermal release from Cannonsville last night, which has Hale Eddy at currently at 892 cfs and falling. Summer hatches will continue with a mix of Sulphurs, Bwos, Cahills and Isos starting in the afternoons and into the evening. Keep your tippet light and your patterns sparse. The Lower East, Main, and Beaverkill […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 18, 2020

July 18, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

We received a thermal release from Cannonsville last night, which has Hale Eddy at currently at 860 cfs. Summer hatches will continue with a mix of Sulphurs, Bwos, Cahills and Isos starting in the afternoons and into the evening. Keep your tippet light and your patterns sparse. The Lower East, Main, and Beaverkill are all […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 17, 2020

July 17, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

We’ve got a warm weekend ahead of us, so keep an eye on water temps. The Lower East, Main, and Beaverkill are all too warm to fish, but the West Branch remains in good shape. Summer hatches will continue with a mix of Sulphurs, Bwos, Cahills and Isos starting in the afternoons and into the […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 16, 2020

July 16, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

Summer hatches will continue with a mix of Sulphurs, Bwos, Cahills and Isos starting in the afternoons and into the evening. Keep your tippet light and your patterns sparse. Feel free to give us a call with any questions about river conditions. Cross Current Guide Service is now booking Magic Hour trips in the evenings, […]

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River Report / Conditions – July 14, 2020

July 14, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

We’ve got some cool nights ahead, which will hopefully help water temps. Summer hatches will continue with a mix of Sulphurs, Bwos, Cahills and Isos starting in the afternoons and into the evening. Keep your tippet light and your patterns sparse. Feel free to give us a call with any questions about river conditions. Cross […]