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Catskills Fishing Report – May 29th, 2015

Beaverkill and Willowemoc: Both rivers are at wadeable levels even after a shot of rain last week. It’s a mixed bag of bugs on these two rivers, with March Browns and Caddis in the morning and evening when there are also spinners and a few Gray Fox.

Esopus: The Esopus portal is not running water, making for better fishing conditions, this can be a good river when conditions are favorable. Some spinners along with Caddis generally late in the day.  

Delaware East Branch: Some Sulphurs coming off in the evening. There are also March Browns, Gray Fox and spinners.  

Delaware West Branch: Rain has helped, but it was still lower than normal as last look. Small Olives can be important on cloudy days. March Browns and Gray Fox are present but more so in the lower reaches. 
 

Neversink: Clear and fishable at last check. Some Caddis and small Olives are about in the morning and there are a few March Browns and Sulphurs late day. 

Delaware Main Stem: Both wadeable and floatable. March Browns have been about in good numbers, as well as Gray Fox and Sulphurs. In the evening spinners are often mixed with emerging or spent Caddis.

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