Delaware River Report / Conditions September 1, 2011

Sep 01, 2011 Comments Off by

Wow. September. Gotta let that sink in….. OK.

As David and I put our Canada Goose decoys out early this morning, we were a bit shocked by the water level – as in, “why the heck am I up to my chest here?” Well, the reason is that the release from Cannonsville has been increased to 1,500 CFS, so we are probably back well over 2,000 CFS here at the shop. This also accounts for the large amount of fog on the river not present last night (and making all the geese sit tight). In all likelihood, the fishing will be a bit off today as a result of this shock of cold water coming down through the system. The rule of 24 applies however (and no, not that Jack Bauer always gets his guy) – everything tends to even out after a 24-hour period, which should be this evening for most of the river system, definitely picking up for the better by the weekend!


Black Flying Ants #14-#20

Isonychia bicolor – Iso/Slate Drake #12-2XL

Ephemerella dorothea – Sulphur- #16/18/20

Stenonema sp. - Light Cahill #12-#14

Ephemerella deficiens- Blue Wing Olive #14

Hydropsyche sp. – Tan Caddis – #16-#18

Emphemerella invaria - Light Cahill – #12

Brachycentrus sp. (Dark Grannom – Charcoal) #16- #18

Pseudocloeon - Little BWO’s- #22-#26

West Branch at Stilesville, NY 1,570 cfs @ 47º
West Branch at Hale Eddy,NY 1,930 cfs @ 49º
East Branch at Harvard, NY 3,110 cfs @ 67º
East Branch at Fish’s Eddy, NY 5,090 cfs @ 65º
Mainstem at Lordville, NY 7,490 cfs @ 62º
Beaverkill at Cooks Falls, NY 1,010 cfs @ N/A
Cannonsville Reservoir Level & Release 98.2% – 1,500 CFS

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