Category: River Report/Conditions

River Report/Conditions

River Report / Conditions – October 8, 2020

October 8, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

The work has been completed on the Cannonsville dam. Flows on the West Branch are being increased. Hale Eddy is at 268 cfs and rising. The East Branch release has been reduced, and the gage at Fish’s Eddy shows 517 cfs and falling. Today will be mostly sunny with a nigh near 55* with winds […]

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River Report / Conditions – October 7, 2020

October 7, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

This morning we’ve got 65.9 cfs at Stilesville. Hale Eddy reads 96.5 cfs. According to the DEP’s press release they will ramp the flows back up to 150 cfs at some point today when they complete their projects. Until then, the East Branch and Main Stem are your best bet. If you are new to […]

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River Report / Conditions – October 6, 2020

October 6, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

Judging from the gage at Stilesville this morning (117 cfs and falling), we received a pulse of water to help mitigate the flows on the West Branch while work is being done on the dam. The East Branch is receiving a higher release from Pepacton to help the CFS into the Main Stem. Harvard is […]

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River Report / Conditions – October 5, 2020

October 5, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

Important news for folks along the West Branch Delaware River. DEP will temporarily reduce the downstream release from Cannonsville Reservoir for three days starting tomorrow. The reduction in flow will allow DEP to fix a leaking pipe in the release chamber, and it will let the U.S. Geological Survey calibrate its gage immediately downstream of […]

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River Report / Conditions – October 3, 2020

October 3, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

Flows remain low on the West Branch this morning, Hale Eddy is holding at 212 cfs. Hopefuly we see that change as the weekend progresses. The forecast is calling for a mix of clouds and sun, with wind 6-8 mph. Look for Bwo’s and Caddis to get the fish looking up.   Feel free to […]

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River Report / Conditions – October 2, 2020

October 2, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

Flows on the West Branch continue to drop. Hale Eddy is leveling at 223 cfs. We’ve got some light rain falling this morning followed by cloudy skies throughout the day. Look for Bwo’s and Caddis to get the fish looking up.   Feel free to give us a call with any questions about river conditions. […]

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River Report / Conditions – October 1st, 2020

October 1, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

The release from Cannonsville has been cut back, leaving Hale Eddy at 427 cfs. Look for olives, caddis and Iso’s in the afternoon/evening to bring some fish up. Nymphing and swinging wet flies and small streamers can be productive during the slow periods.   Feel free to give us a call with any questions about […]

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River Report / Conditions – September 30, 2020

September 30, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

While most of the daytime showers missed us yesterday, we saw some heavy rain overnight. The eastern part of the drainage is up and off color, while the west has yet to show a dramatic increase in flow. Hale Eddy is currently 540cfs. We could see some color increase as the day progresses. Yesterday we […]

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River Report / Conditions – September 28 2020

September 28, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

The weekend’s releases from Cannonsville have been scaled back, we currently have 477 cfs at Hale Eddy. We’ll have good cloud cover today, which will hopefully push some olives. Otherwise, swinging wet flies has been productive during the slow periods. As we move into the last few days of September, and the nighttime temps begin […]

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River Report / Conditions – September 27, 2020

September 27, 2020, Author: Patrick Cook

As we move into the last few days of September, and the nighttime temps begin to cool down again, the “bite window” will start to play a larger role. Focusing your attention on the warmest parts of the day in terms of water temps will become a key factor. Feel free to give us a […]