Daily Fishing Report
October 1st, 2022
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Our fishing report is recorded daily at 8 am from April 1-September 1. Call 607-498-5350 for a brief report by Kelly.
Livingston Manor, Saturday, Oct.1st, 9 am.
The clouds should stick around for most of the day today, with spots of rain on and off. These conditions generally make for good BWO hatches. Rising fish will generally be found in the slower bubble lines and tailouts this time of year.
Otherwise nymphing will be your best bet during the day. A large Stonefly, with a small nymph, replicating an olive or hebe, as the dropper has been working well.
There's still a few Iso's around mixed in with Cahills and Caddis in the evenings. Blue Winged Olives are the mainstay this time of year in sizes 18-24.
Beaverkill / Willowemoc Rivers
Small streamers like classic Bucktails and Woolly Buggers are a great option early in the day. The best dry fly activity will be in the late evenings.
East Branch of the Delaware River
Small Bwo's and Rusty Spinners are always a good choice here. Keep your leader long and tippet light for the best presentation.
West Branch of the Delaware River
Rising fish will be found in the slower seams, bubble lines, and tailouts. Blue Winged Olives will be the predominant hatch, with Iso's, Cahills, and Flying Ants.
Main Stem of the Delaware River
Blind casting Iso's and Cahills in the riffles is a great way to find where the fish are holding. Covering water is paramount on the big river.
Fishing will be best closest to the dam. Blue Winged Olives, Isos, and Cahills will bring fish to the surface in the late evenings.