Daily Fishing Report

June 16, 2021

We are open 7 days a week with a limit of 8 customers in the shop. If vaccinated, masks are optional. We ask all customers to use hand sanitizer at the door. We are excited to see everyone in a safe manner!

We continue to offer curbside pick-ups and online ordering.

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. Call 607-408-5350 for a brief report by Kelly.

Area Overview

Livingston Manor, Wednesday June 16, 8 am

Current air temperature is 55 degrees, sunny,  high temp of 69 degrees, breezy, pleasant

 

Aquatic insects are all around. There are Blue Winged Olives and Sulphurs on the surface. We have Isonychias as well as Blue Sedge Caddis and Black caddis. There might be a few drakes and coffin flies lingering. Scout out rising fish to present dry flies. If rises aren’t happening, fish the riffles and pocket water with wets and emergers. Caddis pupa below the surface. Spinners and White Wulffs in the evening. Enjoy your day on the river! 

Reminder that the Main Stem and Neversink are further along in their hatches if you’re on the hunt for rising fish. The local rivers will follow suit.

Beaverkill / Willowemoc Rivers

The Beavekill and Willowemoc are clear and flows are wadable throughout. Water temperature at Cooks Falls is 60 degrees with a flow of 207 cfs. The Willowemoc is 56 degrees in Livingston Manor with a flow of 57 cfs. 

East Branch of the Delaware River

The East Branch release is 142 cfs. The flow at Harvard is 197 and 54 degrees. Down on the Lower East Branch the flow at Fishes Eddy is 407 cfs and 62 degrees.

West Branch of the Delaware River

The West Branch release is 521 cfs. The flow at Hale Eddy is 590 with a water temp of 47 degrees. The Deposit area is favorable to wade in spots.

Main Stem of the Delaware River

Current flow is 1320 in Callicoon and 65 degrees.

Neversink Report

Current flow at Bridgeville is 160 cfs and 58 degrees.