Daily Fishing Report

March 22nd, 2023

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Area Overview

Livingston Manor, Wednesday, Mar. 22nd, 12 pm.

Temps will remain in the 50s for the next couple days, and then drop back down into the 40s for the weekend. 

The warm temps of late have brought out decent numbers of Black Stoneflies (12-18) and small Black Caddis (16-18) a few Tan Caddis (16-18) may also be seen. 

If you are searching out these hatches and the potential for rising fish, its best to monitor the USGS gauges, and concentrate on the warmest sections of the rivers. 

With river conditions on the cold and clear side however, subsurface nymph fishing will remain the most productive until nighttime temps stabilize above freezing. A slow presentation of caddis pupa, stonefly nymphs, or pheasant tails has been the most effective. 



Beaverkill / Willowemoc Rivers



East Branch of the Delaware River



West Branch of the Delaware River


Main Stem of the Delaware River


Neversink Report