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Catskills Fishing Report – September 19th, 2014

Beaverkill and Willowemoc: Midges are on the water most mornings and evenings are a mix of small Olives and Caddis.

Delaware West Branch: Small Olives remain the major hatch, as well as some Isonychias and a few Caddis late day. Isonychias are now more important as we get further into September. It is still possible to nymph fish the lower river and it generally doesn’t have the fishing pressure.  

Delaware Main Stem: Hatches are close to dark, mainly Olives and some Caddis. Those big Delaware riffles are made for soft hackles. 

Neversink: Small Olives are the main hatch, generally late in the day.  Midges and Caddis become more important as we get into fall.
Delaware East Branch: Small Olives can show at any time but the main emergence has been close to dark.

Esopus: The further downstream you get, the clearer the water.

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