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Catskills Fishing Report – August 22nd, 2014

Beaverkill/Willowemoc: Rain last week helped. Keep an eye on conditions. Midges are on the water most days as well as some small BWOs and Light Cahills and Caddis close to dark. Terrestrials have been successful along with small nymphs and are a main source of food. 

Delaware West Branch: Fishing well for August, although the fish can be very selective. Decent Sulphurs most afternoons

Delaware Main Stem: the upper Main Stem was in good shape and at a great level for nymph fishing.  Watch water temps below Lordville. 
Neversink: Wadeable and at a normal flow for summer at last check. This is a midge, olive and Caddis river, with most surface activity late in the day.

Delaware East Branch: Most surface activity is late day. Hatches are a mix of midges, sulphurs and small Olives. Terrestrials fished around cover and along the banks have been effective. 

Esopus: Low water.

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