Delaware River Report / Conditions September 8, 2021

Sep 08, 2021 Comments Off by

Yesterday was another Sunday but there were more olives hatching by late afternoon than we saw on Monday.  There were a few cahills and Heptagenias in the evening too.  Nymphing was the best bet during the day.  Nymphs that match the size of the predominant insects seem to be working best.  Today could be totally different.  We should see decent cloud cover early with the potential of afternoon thunderstorms.  Hopefully that pushes the olives and Isonychias early

 

Jim found some fish eating olives at dark

Jim found some fish eating olives at dark

What’s Hatching:
Olive Sulphur – #18 – 20 – Heptagenia hebe
Light Cahill – #14 – Stenocron spp. , E. invaria
Slate Drake – #12-2xl – 12 – Isonychia bicolor
Tiny Blue Wing Olive – #20 – 24 – Pseudocloeon sp.
Blue Wing Olives – #16 – 20 – D. deficiens, lata
Light Blue Wing Olives - #16 – 20 – E. cornutella, attenuata
Tan Caddis – #16 – 18 – Hydropsyche sp.

Click on the gauge below for the most recent update:

West Branch at Stilesville, NY 610 cfs
49°
West Branch at Hale Eddy, NY 704 cfs
52°
East Branch at Harvard, NY 424 cfs 54°
East Branch at Fish’s Eddy, NY 1040 cfs 59°
Mainstem at Lordville, NY 2,050 cfs 62°
Beaverkill at Cooks Falls, NY 523 cfs 60°
Cannonsville Reservoir Release 600 cfs
West Branch at 191 Bridge N/A 58°
West Branch at Walton (Cannonsville inflow) 414 cfs
62°
Cannonsville Reservoir Capacity 94.1%
Pepacton Reservoir Capacity 96%

 

 

 

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