We had a little more sun in the afternoon than the forecast called for but the caddis were active along with a few mayflies. Some people are picking up fish blind casting March Brown and Gray fox patterns. The fishing seemed better early in the evening rather than late – at least on some sections. The river flows are starting off this morning about the same as yesterday. Caddis, March Browns, Gray Fox, Cahills, and sulphurs are on the water. Some sections are still seeing the remnants of the Hendrickson spinners. Today will be 74 degrees, mainly cloudy, with wind 10 – 20 from the South
March Brown – #10-2xl – M. vicarium
Gray Fox – #12-2xl – M. vicarium
Sulphur – #16 – 18 – E. dorothea
Light Cahill – #14 – E. vitreus (male), E. invaria, Stenacron spp.
Yellow Sally Stonefly – #14 – Isoperla spp.
Tan Spotted Sedge #16 – 18 – Hydropsyche sp.
Apple Caddis – #16 – 18 – Light Brachycentrus sp.
Dark Grannom – #14 – 16 – Dark Brachycentrus sp.
Dark Blue Wing Olive– #16 – 18 – Baetis vagans
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|West Branch at Stilesville, NY||440 cfs||44°|
|West Branch at Hale Eddy, NY||556 cfs||48°|
|East Branch at Harvard, NY||341 cfs||55°|
|East Branch at Fish’s Eddy, NY||692 cfs||60°|
|Mainstem at Lordville, NY||1,530 cfs||62°|
|Beaverkill at Cooks Falls, NY||295 cfs||59°|
|West Branch at 191 Bridge||56°|
|West Branch at Walton (Cannonsville inflow)||176 cfs||60°|
|Cannonsville Reservoir Release||450 cfs|
|Cannonsville Reservoir Capacity||97%|
|Pepacton Reservoir Capacity||98%|