Daily Fishing Report

May 27th, 2023

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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.

Area Overview

Livingston Manor, Saturday, May 27th 8am.

Today will be sunny again with a high of 77 degrees. Winds will be light at 5 - 7 mph. 

Nymphs fished subsurface will be your best bet if you are looking to get out on the water in the mornings. Don't be afraid to go big; there's still a few March Brown nymphs (#10 - #12) around  the system and Isonychia nymphs (#10 - #12) are becoming active as well. Also Caddis Pupa, Frenchies, and Pheasant Tails in sizes #16 & #18.

There are a few Iso's (#10 - #12) on the Beaverkill. The same should hold true for the Main Stem of the Delaware and the Lower East Branch. There have been a few Green Drakes spotted, but not in fishable numbers. Otherwise, March Browns (#10 - #12) Sulphurs (#14 - #18) Gray Fox (#12 - #14) can be found hatching in the late afternoon and evening. A mix of Caddis are also about mid day into the evening on certain stretches of all area rivers. Rusty Spinners (#10 - #18) have been a consistent producer in the evenings.

Covering ground and searching out the best hatch intensity will be paramount for success. 


Beaverkill / Willowemoc Rivers

Rusty Spinners, Caddis, March Browns, Sulphurs, Gray Fox, Isonychia


East Branch of the Delaware River

March Browns, Sulphurs, Gray Fox and Caddis on the lower stretches.


 West Branch of the Delaware River

 March Browns, Sulphurs, Light Cahills, Gray Fox and Caddis on the lower stretches.


Main Stem of the Delaware River

March Browns, Gray Fox, Sulphurs, Isonychia and Caddis are hatching in the afternoons.

Neversink Report

Good numbers of Caddis, March Browns, Gray Fox, Rusty Spinners