Daily Fishing Report
November 1st - Area Overview
The following rivers/sections are closed for the season:
Willowemoc Creek above Parkston Bridge
Beaverkill above Route 206 Bridge
East Branch Delaware above Shinhopple Bridge
West Branch Delaware above border water (1.7 miles below Hale Eddy Bridge)
Nearly all tributary rivers.
The Beaverkill, Willowemoc and East Branch below these sections are open until November 30!
With all of the rain there is little to no wading to be had right now. All of the rivers are completely blown out. It will likely be 3-4 days before we see anything wadeable.
Hatches are currently October Caddis (8 - 10) Isonychia (12 - 14), Dorotheas (16, 18) Cinnamon Caddis (16), Blue Wing Olives (18+), Tricos (22+), Midges (22 - 24), Pink Ladies (14), White Flies (12 - 14) Beetles and Ants.
Beaverkill / Willowemoc Rivers
The Beaverkill & Willowemoc are very high and turbid. It is currently over 8500cfs.
Upper East Branch of the Delaware River
The East Branch has a release of 47.9 cfs butthe flow at Harvard is 2500 cfs at 51.4 degreesNot wadeable but can float with streamers.
Lower East Branch of the Delaware River
The Lower East is 15,580 cfs at Fishes Eddy.
West Branch of the Delaware River
The West Branch release is 166 cfs at Stilesville while the flow at Hale Eddy is 4000 cfs at. Very high.
Main Stem of the Delaware River
Almost 20,000 at Lordeville. Not a good idea to get near the water!