Beaverkill and Willowemoc: Above normal flows at last look. There are some Caddis, small BWOs and some Light Cahills around at dark. Nymphs and streamers have also worked well. Nymphs in smaller sizes will prove more productive.
Delaware East Branch: Somewhat spotty hatches with Sulphurs, small Olives and Caddis about, generally late in the day.
Delaware West Branch: Sulphurs are on the water, generally during mid-afternoons, at times mixed with small Olives or Isonychias. Better floated as of last week.
Esopus: Some color below the portal. Above the portal it was clear. Hatches are generally late in the day.
Neversink: Wadeable but with care at last check. Most hatches occur from late afternoon on. Small Olives are a dependable hatch all summer long, as well as some Caddis.
Delaware Main Stem: Was running a bit high and best floated at last report. Water temps have improved in the upper section with cooler weather and increased releases. That usually triggers hatches. Most surface activity has been late in the day with some small Olives, Sulphurs, Isos or spinners.