Catskill Fishing Report – June 28th, 2013

Beaverkill/Willowemoc: Both were somewhat high recently but wading was possible. Olives have emerged later in the morning. Some isonychias, small olives, sulphurs and caddis are about. Attractor dries such as the White Wulff are also proving successful.

Delaware East Branch: High and floatable only.

Delaware West Branch: Floatable only. There are sulphurs and olives, along with some isonychias.  Streamers are an obvious choice with high water.

Delaware Main Stem: High water, floatable only as of last week.

Neversink: Still high. The state is stocking brook trout from the dam to South Fallsburg. They feel that the brookies will do better in that area. 

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