Daily Fishing Report
April 12, 2021
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Current air temperature is 49 degrees and cloud. High temp of 58 degrees with periods of rain.
We are still in the early season of fishing. Black Stone Flies, Black Caddis, Blue Quills, Blue Winged Olives are on surface, while subsurface fishing with nymphs, wets and Caddis pupa remain productive.
Beaverkill / Willowemoc Rivers
The Beaverkill and Willowemoc are running clear. Water temperature at Cooks Falls is 52 degrees with a flow of 400 cfs, while the Willowemoc is 49 degrees in Livingston Manor with a flow of 128 cfs. At these flows, both rivers are good to wade, however the Beaverkill is slightly warmer in temperature and will provide better fishing.
Upper East Branch of the Delaware River
On the East Branch, the release is 76 cfs. The flow at Harvard is 216 and 49 degrees. This is a good wading level. Down on the Lower East Branch the flow at Fishes Eddy is 699 cfs and 52 degrees.
West Branch of the Delaware River
The West Branch release is 353 cfs. The flow at Hale Eddy is 511 with a water temp of 45 degrees. The Deposit area is favorable to wade.
Main Stem of the Delaware River
Current flow is 1970 cfs at Callicoon.
Current flow at Bridgeville is 237 cfs. Black Stone Flies. Black Caddis, BWO’s and Blue Quills. Nymphs, wets and small streamers.