Upper Delaware Catskills Fly Fishing Report

The past few weeks we have experienced low water. This has made the boats stack up and floats sometimes busy. The wading opportunities right now have never been better. We are getting a nice juicing of rain as I type this. Sulfers, Caddis, Greendrakes and Isonychia’s are all currently hatching. We have few days left in July and August. The fall is steadily booking up as well. Please CALL or TEXT the number on the contact page.

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Best Fishing in Years!

We have been out everyday since March 25th. Let’s just say its been very good. Hendricksons, Caddis, Olives and March Browns are currently hatching. Get out there!

Epic Dry Fly Fishing is Here!

This past week pretty much every river in the Catskill Mountains has been a bug factory. We have had blanket hatches of Quills, Hendricksons, BWO’s and Caddis. On some of the warmer rivers we have also seen a good amount of March Browns. The warm spell really set these rivers on fire! Rain is expected for the foreseeable future and we expect to be back on the streamer fishing. The dams are both looking to spill tomorrow with heavy rains in the forecast. We hope the Hendricksons don’t disappear in the high water expectations.

Here are a few of the fish we took on dry flies

Dry Fly Action Picks Up in the Catskills

The past warm stint has allowed us to get some really nice fish on dry flies as well as the reliable nymph. Right now the predominate hatches have been stoneflies, blue wing olives, blue quills and quill gordons. There have been some Hendrickson action around as well but shortly lived to mid the afternoon.