Daily Fishing Report
October 27, 2021
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We do not sell fishing licenses. Visit https://decals.licensing.east.kalkomey.com/ to purchase online or call 866-933-2257.
Our daily fishing report is recorded daily at 8am from April 1-September 1. Call 607-498-5350 for a brief report by Kelly.
We received heavy rains and parts of the area saw the rivers exceed flood stage yesterday. Several areas were flooded, however the rains have stopped and the water is receding. We ask that you stay off the rivers until the flows and conditions are safe for all anglers.
Fall fishing conditions are active. The flows on the Beaverkill and Willowemoc are comfortable wading for most anglers. Surface action will be small BWO's, Isonychias, tan Caddis. The best action will be below the surface with streamers, wet flies, soft hackles and nymphs.
Fall is also spawning season for Brook and Brown trout in our small tribs and rivers. Be mindful to not fish on spawning grounds, often called redds, which look like a patch of cleared river bed to the naked eye. Trout use their tale to sweep away gravel and make a nest "redd" for their eggs. This is a stressful time for both male and female trout, and leaving them alone to let nature be is the best approach. Though year round fishing is the NY regulations, we ask that you practice conservation ethics and leave spawning fish alone.
Beaverkill / Willowemoc Rivers
East Branch of the Delaware River
West Branch of the Delaware River
Main Stem of the Delaware River