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Catskills Fishing Report – June 26th, 2015

Beaverkill and Willowemoc: Both rivers were fishable at last check.  Mornings have seen some small Olives, Caddis and leftover spinners. Water temps were not a problem.  Nymph fishing has been productive. 

Delaware East Branch: Fishable at last look. Hatches have been hard to predict, with some days better than others. Evenings have been better for dry flies.  

Delaware West Branch: Fishable with decent water temps as of last week. Some large Olives in the a.m. while late day there are scattered Sulphurs, small Olives and spinners. 

Esopus: Fairly clear with a normal flow. Hatches include Caddis, Sulphurs and Isonychia. This river generally has a good isonychia hatch. 

Neversink: In good shape with good water temps above Bridgeville. Most of the surface activity is close to dark; small BWOs are a major hatch all summer long. There are also some Caddis and spinners at dark. 

Delaware Main Stem: Floatable at last look. Water temps can be a problem below Buckingham. Most dry fly fishing is close to dark.

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