Delaware River Report / Conditions August 30, 2012

Aug 30, 2012 Comments Off by

Not too shabby out there last night! There was a good mix of bugs once the sun started to drop in the sky, and the fish poked their noses up as well. Hebes, stenos, and Isos made their presence known.We had a very cool over night temperature, so I would suspect everything to start a little bit late this morning, but it bodes well for afternoon hatching. The bright sun will not help the cause, of that I am sure, but as it goes down, we should be looking at some nice evening activity!

Isonychia shucks in the shallows. Photo by: Jeff White

Tricorythodes species – #22 male and female

Ephemerella dorthea – Sulphurs – #16 (sporadic), #18 & #20

Isonychia bicolor – Isos – #12-2XL and BIGGER!

Heptagenia hebe – Olive Sulphur – #16 & #18

Pseudocloeon- Tiny BWO- #22-26

Epeorus vitreus – Pale Evening Dun – (Female) -#14 (sporadic)

Epeorus vitreus – Light Cahill – (Male)- #14 (sporadic)

Ephemerella invaria – Large Sulphurs / Light Cahills – #14 (waning)

Ephemerella deficiens- Dark. BWO -#12-20 (when cloudy)

Ephemerella attenuata- Light BWO- #16-20 (when cloudy)

Hydropsyche- Tan Caddis- #18

Ryacophilia- Olive Caddis- #16

Baetis species – #18 & #20 (when cloudy)

West Branch at Stilesville, NY 420 cfs @ 47º
West Branch at Hale Eddy,NY 468 cfs @ 51º
East Branch at Harvard,NY 151 cfs @ 57º
East Branch at Fish’s Eddy,NY 295 cfs @ 64º
Mainstem at Lordville,NY 924 cfs @ 65º
Beaverkill at Cooks Falls,NY 113 cfs @ N/A
Cannonsville Reservoir Level & Release 64.3% – 400 CFS release

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