Upper Delaware River Report — July 17, 2010

Jul 17, 2010 Comments Off by

Expect it to be mostly sunny outside today, with a slight chance of clouds and rain just before dark.  The Cannonsville release is up for the second day in a row, currently sitting at 565 cubic feet per second.  These flows make a much larger stretch of the river easily floatable which should help to break up some of the crowds.  Look for Tricos out on the water in the morning and other hatches to start just after noon.  Various sizes of Sulphurs may be on the water, so be sure to key in what the fish are feeding on.  Other flies later in the day may be Olives, Isos, Caddis and Rusty Spinners.  If you aren’t seeing much surface action, try throwing a streamer to the banks in fast water or nymphing the riffles.

West Branch at Hale Eddy, NY 621  cfs @ 48º
East Branch at Harvard, NY 143 cfs @ 63º
East Branch at Fishs Eddy, NY 295 cfs @ 72º
Main Stem at Lordville, NY 878 cfs @ 72º
Main Stem at Montague, NJ 2300 cfs @ N/A
Beaverkill at Cooks Falls, NY 138 cfs @ N/Aº
Cannonsville Reservoir Level 83.2 %
Cannonsville Reservoir Release 565 cfs
Sulphurs (Stenonema, Stenacrons)               Size 12-14
Sulphurs (Ephemerella invaria) Size 14
Sulphurs (Ephemerella dorothea) Size 16-20
Charcoal Caddis Size 16-20
Tan Caddis Size 16-20
Blue Winged Olive (Pseudocloeon) Size 22-26
Blue Winged Olive (Ephemerella deficiens, lata, depressa) Size 18-26
Iso’s Size 12 2XL-14
Trico Size 22-26
Stoneflies Size 8 4XL

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