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Catskills Fishing Report – June 12th, 2015

Beaverkill and Willowemoc: There were some small Olives, Caddis and spinners along with sulphurs in the evening. Nymph fishing the pocket water remains effective.   

Delaware East Branch: Fishing has been decent. Evenings have offered a mix of Brown Drakes, Sulphur spinners and Caddis. Terrestrials are a good choice when there are no hatches taking place.  

Delaware West Branch: Low but fishable at last look. A mix of Caddis, Sulphurs, and some small BWOs are the main hatches. Some Isonychias are on the water. 

Neversink: Sulphurs, Caddis and small Olives are the major hatches and usually occur late in the day. 

Esopus: In decent shape at last check, with some Isonychias in the evening as well as Caddis and Sulphurs.   

Delaware Main Stem: Fishable, and water temps were not a problem with the cooler weather. Evening fishing has been a mix of Caddis, Sulphurs and spinners. When this river is “on” fishing can be great. Nymphs fished in the riffles have produced.

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