Delaware River Report / Conditions October 12, 2012

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I think everyone’s still windburned from yesterday. It came up early, and stayed steady throughout the day, with some pretty substantial gusts right after lunch. Needless to say, this kept many of the smaller bugs (Hebes and Pseudos) off the water, until it laid down towards evening, when we had some limited activity. We also had one of our coldest nights of the year last night, so as you can see below, the rivers are starting off good and cold today, meaning that we’ll likely see bugs more towards the afternoon, once the sun has come out and had a chance to warm the place up a bit. Those who predict the weather (and whose name shall not be spoken) are constantly changing the forecasted wind for the day, so we will just have to wait and see what Mother Nature has in store for us!

A beautiful, BIG rainbow caught by Pat McPartland recently on the Main Stem. Photo: Bob Lewis

Isonychia bicolor – Isos – #12-2XL & #12 & #14

Heptagenia hebe – Olive Sulphur – #16 & #18

Pseudocloeon- Tiny BWO- #22-26

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 (sporadic when cloudy)

West Branch at Stilesville, NY 150 cfs @ 49º
West Branch at Hale Eddy,NY 223 cfs @ 49º
East Branch at Harvard,NY 162 cfs @ 46º
East Branch at Fish’s Eddy,NY 839 cfs @ 49º
Mainstem at Lordville,NY 1,110 cfs @ 50º
Beaverkill at Cooks Falls,NY 424 cfs @ N/A
Cannonsville Reservoir Level & Release 57.6% – 150 CFS release

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