Delaware River Report / Conditions July 6, 2017

Jul 06, 2017 Comments Off by

The release from Cannonsville has been dropped back to 600 cfs, still making for great wading and floating on the West Branch. The lower East Branch, Beaverkill and the Main Stem are still warm. If the weather forecast is to be believed, there should be clouds developing this afternoon with a possibility of some thunderstorms. The rainfall amounts look minor and probably won’t affect the levels. Sulphurs, olives, cahills, and isonychias continue to be the most prevalent hatches.

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Hatching:
Slate Drake #12-2xl – 12 – Isonychia bicolor
Sulphur – #16 – 20 – Ephemerella dorothea
Brown Drakes #10-2xl – Ephemera simulans
Light Cahill – #14 – Ephemerella rotunda
Light Cahill – #14 – Ephemerella invaria
Pale Evening Dun / Pink Lady – #14 – Epeorus vitreus
Little BWO – #22 – 26- Pseudocloeon sp.
Light BWO – #14 – Drunella cornuta (previously Ephemerella cornuta)
Blue Wing Olives – #18 – Baetis sp.
Dark Blue Sedge – #14 – Psilotreta spp.
Little Tan Sedge – #16 – 18 – Glossosoma sp.
Green Caddis – #16 – Ryacophilia sp.
Tan Caddis #16 – 18 – Hydropsyche spp.

Click on the gauge below for the most recent update:

West Branch at Stilesville, NY 628 cfs
45°
West Branch at Hale Eddy, NY 627 cfs
48°
East Branch at Harvard, NY 170 cfs 60°
East Branch at Fish’s Eddy, NY 520 cfs
68°
Mainstem at Lordville, NY 1,230 cfs
66°
Beaverkill at Cooks Falls, NY 199 cfs 66°
Cannonsville Reservoir Release 600 cfs
West Branch at 191 Bridge  N/A 58°
West Branch at Walton (Cannonsville inflow) 210 cfs
Cannonsville Reservoir Capacity 95.9%
Pepacton Reservoir Capacity 97.7%

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