Daily Fishing Report
July 25, 2021
We are open 7 days a week. 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!
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Our daily fishing report is recorded daily at 8am. Call 607-408-5350 for a brief report by Kelly.
Livingston Manor, Sunday, July 25 9 am
Current air temperature is 66 degrees, cloudy, high temp of 79 degrees, shower and thunderstorm.
While conditions might seem challenging, there is water in the system and it is cold. Streamers, wets and nymphs will be effective. Look for slower water for feeding fish on the surface. On the surface are the usual summer bugs: Blue Winged Olives, Sulphurs, Isonychias, Dortheas, Paraleps, and Light Cahills. Fish wets and emergers in riffles and pocket water. Caddis pupa below the surface. Terrestrials throughout the day. And a Shakespeare Sunday: “Let every man be master of his time”
Beaverkill / Willowemoc Rivers
The Beaverkill and the Willowemoc are running clear. Water temperature at Cooks Falls is 63 degrees with a flow of 564 cfs. The Willowemoc is 61 degrees in Livingston Manor with a flow of 152 cfs. Remember the Horton Brook Thermal regulations on the Beaverkill are in place for the summer.
East Branch of the Delaware River
The East Branch release is 458 cfs. The flow at Harvard is 774 and 52 degrees. Down on the Lower East Branch the flow at Fishes Eddy is 1,470 cfs and 59 degrees.
West Branch of the Delaware River
The West Branch release is 1,380 cfs. The flow at Hale Eddy is 1,830 with a water temp of 51 degrees. .
Main Stem of the Delaware River
Current flow is 4,190 in Callicoon and 63 degrees.
Current flow at Bridgeville is 264 cfs and 64 degrees.