Daily Fishing Report
November 3, 2023
We are open 7 days a week 9am-5pm.
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 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, Friday November 3rd, 9am.
We've got a nice weekend in store with temps in the 50s and partly sunny skies. it's important this time of year to plan your angling around the warmest part of the day. Fish, being cold blooded, are at their most active when when water temps peak in the afternoons. The same goes for the aquatic insect life.
Subsurface fishing remains the most productive. Frenchies, Girdle Bugs, Caddis Pupa, and more classic patterns like Pheasant Tails and Hare's Ears can all be efficient fished under an indicator, or on a tight line.
Dry fly opportunities may be available in the afternoons with sparse hatches of Blue Winged Olives in sizes 18-22. Keep an eye on the slower pools and tailouts for subtle rises in the bubble lines.
Fall is spawning season for our resident brown and brook trout, so please be mindful of where you wade and fish. All rivers are now CATCH AND RELEASE ONLY. When making plans to fish, stick to the main rivers and keep an eye out for redds. Care taken in the current season will only help fish populations for the seasons to come.
Beaverkill / Willowemoc Rivers
East Branch of the Delaware River
West Branch of the Delaware River
Main Stem of the Delaware River