January Fishing on the Delaware River

We took the Stealthcraft out yesterday January 5th for an enjoyable fifty degree day. It was great to be rolling down the river. Ever since early October when the brown trout spawn we haven’t haven’t fished the Delaware, Beaverkill or Willoweoc rivers. The brown trout spawn in the fall and with low water; many used their residential rivers to do their business. Spawning tributaries are difficult to access for breeding trout in low rainfall years. The trout will build their redds in their resident rivers. Walking around in the late months shakes up the migration and can potentially crush fertilized eggs.

Today was a great day and a break from the slopes and the cabin. We hope everyone has a great beginning to 2023.

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Roscoe Ice Fishing

New Years brought us a good time and some hard ice. The ice was here for a few days on the shallow ponds while some deeper lakes have yet to get safe. Roscoe has a few ponds and lakes that are great for ice fishing. Here is some New Years fun on Lake Muskoday. The Yeager’s had them dialed in before the warmer weather came in. It is not recommended to go out on the ice until the temperatures drop for a sustained period of time.