10-6-18 Fishing Report

10-6-18 Fishing Report

This morning we have some good cloud cover to start the weekend with temps in the low 50’s currently and moving into the mid-60’s this afternoon. The rivers did continue to drop a bit over the last 24 hours, bringing Stilesville on the upper West Branch to 1490 cfs and 61 degrees and down at Hale Eddy we have 2270 cfs and 60 degrees. The West is definitely too high to wade for most and is pretty turbid with a few feet of visibility, perfect for those who are looking to throw streamers along with some bugs in the afternoon hours. The upper East Branch at Harvard is now 1380 cfs and 50 degrees and down at Fishs’ Eddy we have 2440 cfs and 54 degrees. The mainstem at Lordville is running 5230 cfs and 57 degrees with good clarity which gets better as you go downriver from the junction. The East Branch and main Delaware have been getting some decent dry fly activity in the afternoon hours with good Olives and some caddis in the high water. It does look like they’re calling for a bit of rain tomorrow afternoon but it shouldn’t affect the fishing or rivers much. Lotsa’ Luck