The Catskill Fly Fishing Report

Sunday September 27, 2020
9:00 AM
Fly

Beaverkill River, Willowemoc Creek, and the Delaware River System

We will be updating this when we can, we apologize for any inconvenience.

Fishing has been great this weekend. Early morning Tricos and Small BWOs followed by nymphs and small streamers during the day. Evenings have had some great top water action. Caddis, Isos, Light Cahills, White Flies, BWOs all bringing Trout to the surface. Small BWOs (20-24) Tan Caddis (14-18) Isonychias (12-14) Pheasant Tails (16-20) Stonefly Nymphs (12-14)

Check our our suggestions below, we will be adapting to the changing environment over the coming weeks.

Hatches: Olives (18-24), Isonychias (12-14), Sulphurs(16-20),Tricos, Lt. Cahills, and Caddis (16-18)

WE ARE ALLOWED TO HAVE PEOPLE IN THE STORE FINALLY! WE WILL HAVE TO AT TIME CONTROL THE CROWD AND MASKS MUST BE WORN BUT WE LOOK FORWARD TO HAVING YOU IN THE STORE SOON. OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK 9-5.

Rental Equipment available: Fly Rod/Reel Combo - $30/day; Bootfoot Waders - $30/day

***We do not sell fishing licenses at the shop and recommend you purchase them in advance since they are not sold in town. You can do so at the NYDEC Website

FLOWS AND TEMPERATURES NOW REPORTED IN REAL TIME

Catskill Fishing Report
RIVER FLOW WATER TEMPERATURE USGS DATA LINK
BEAVERKILL RIVER
(at Cook's Falls)
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WILLOWEMOC CREEK
(no gauge)
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EAST BRANCH,
DELAWARE RIVER
(at Harvard)
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DELAWARE RIVER
WEST BRANCH,
DELAWARE RIVER
(at Hale Eddy)
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DELAWARE RIVER
DELAWARE RIVER
(at Lordville)
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* Denotes estimates because there is no gauge data available, all flow and temperature data updates automatically.

TIP OF THE WEEK - Fall Fishing in the area requires you to be prepared to use multiple tactics i.e. Streamers, Nymphs, Wets, Drys & Emergers. Be ready to use various tactics to net and release the holdover trout!

The Beaverkill & Willowemoc - BWOs (20-24), Sulphurs (18-20), Isonychias, Caddis (18-20), Tricos.

The East Branch of the Delaware - White Fly, Caddis (16-20), Yellow Sallys, Lt Cahills, BWOs.

The West Branch and Upper Mainstem of the Delaware - BWOs (20-24), Ants, Sulphurs and Isonychias (12-14).

Lower Mainstem of the Delaware - White Flies! Has cooled off and fish-able again! Warmer parts of the afternoon if you are seeking out some Bass action.

Stop by or visit The Beaverkill Angler Online Store to gear up for your next trip!