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Catskills Fishing Report – September 5th, 2014

Beaverkill/Willowemoc: Clear and low at last look. Hatches are early or late in the day, mostly small Olives, midges and some tricos. With the current conditions a long fine leader is a must.

Delaware West Branch: Offering the most consistent insect emergence in light of a steady release rate. Small Olives are now an important hatch.  A few Isonychia and Caddis are about generally late day. The “slop” above Deposit remained a problem, making nymph fishing impossible. 

Delaware Main Stem: At a good fishable level at last check. Good nymph patterns have been stoneflies and Caddis pupa. Evenings have seen  some midges, small Olives, Caddis or spinners. 

Neversink: Wadeable and at a normal flow for summer. Most hatches have been late day. 
Delaware East Branch: Caddis are present both early and late day, along with some Isonychias late evening.

Esopus: Low and the portal was adding off-color water. It does clean up a little as it reaches Boiceville.  Some Sulphurs and small Olives are about later in the day.

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