9-24-18 Fishing Report

9-24-18 Fishing Report

Today is starting out nice and sunny with temps in the upper 40’s outside and the rivers have cleared up very well over the last 48 hours. The upper West at Stilesville is running 701 cfs and 60 degrees to start the day and downriver at Hale Eddy we have 1270 cfs and 59 degrees with around three feet of visibility not from the rains but due to the release from the reservoir, a common thing to happen this time of year. The East Branch is running clear with flows of 1020 up at Harvard with a temp of 48 degrees. Fishs’ Eddy down lower, below the Beaverkill, is running 2180 cfs and 52 degrees after the Beaverkill’s 876 cfs it’s pumping in. The main Delaware at Lordville is running 3920 cfs and 56 degrees and is going to be clearer than the West Branch as you move downriver and the waters of the two rivers mix a bit. As the rivers continue to drop and clear we should have a bit more surface activity with small Blue Winged Olives and some Isonychia. It looks like some rain moving in overnight and into tomorrow with some decent accumulations of rain on Tuesday. It looks like we will be back to throwing some streamers on Wednesday which has been pretty good since the rain we had early last weekend. Lotsa’ Luck