Delaware River Report / Conditions November 7, 2019

Nov 07, 2019 Comments Off by

Every Thursday for next four weeks we will list a limited 4 dozen run of a new fly in our online store.  One new pattern each week.  These are patterns we think are cool, don’t have room in the shop bins for, or are just playing around with and haven’t decided on them yet.  Week two’s fly is a Hendrickson Floating Wet Fly.  The Hendrickson Floating Wet Fly works well on calm water for picky fish.  It can also be sunk and swung as an emerger.  The thin profile makes it a great option tough situations.  Tied on a Tiemco 100 #14 dry fly hook with a quill body and DRC’s  rusty spinner dubbing.  Click here to see it in the store

Hendrickson Floating Wet Fly

Hendrickson Floating Wet Fly


We’re still finding some fish eating on top but nymphing and streamers have produced better over the last few days.  We’re heading into a cold snap for the next few days starting off with a mix of rain and snow this afternoon.  We warm back up slightly in a few days but it definitely feels like November.  The runoff has been good for the system so let’s hope the precipitation keeps coming in any form.

Click on the gauges for the latest flow information.  Daily updates resume April 1.

West Branch at Stilesville, NY
West Branch at Hale Eddy, NY
East Branch at Harvard, NY
East Branch at Fish’s Eddy, NY
Mainstem at Lordville, NY
Beaverkill at Cooks Falls, NY
Cannonsville Reservoir Release
West Branch at 191 Bridge
West Branch at Walton (Cannonsville inflow)
Cannonsville Reservoir Capacity
Pepacton Reservoir Capacity


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