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14 Sep '16

Updated Fishing Conditions 09/12/16

Posted by Thomas Zarecki
Croton Watershed: EB (47cfs) WB (32cfs) Fishing has been decent. The rivers are low but good water can be found for nymphing and the occasional flurry of surface action. Don't be shy to search around the pools & pockets with a small woolly bugger if nothing seems to be active.
Local Streams: Wappingers Creek, Fishkill Creek, Amawalk, Ten Mile River are all currently not in great shape. Water Levels are down and although air & water temps are dropping everyday we recommend to fish elsewhere until we see more water in the rivers. 
Beaverkill River: (92cfs) Low. Water temps are dropping & fishing will improve. 
Willowemoc Creek: Low
Esopus Creek: (280 cfs)
water temps dropping and levels are good.  
East Branch Delaware River: (160 cfs Harvard*) The Upper east is cool and wadable. fishing has been tough during the day. Most action is coming from Nymphs & Streamers. The lower east is still warm. 
West Branch Delaware River: (1150 cfs) In between Hatches, still just wadable. water is about 60 degrees. 
Mainstem Delaware River: (1500 cfs) Still In between hatches, most action on nymphs and streamers.
Salmon River: (409 cfs Pineville) Waiting on first big push of rain to get the salmon filling up the river. Fish being seen by anglers each day but not many hookups or "run" to speak of yet. 
Farmington River: River is still low but cold water is still found upstream towards the dam with reports of active fish. 
Housatonic River: (108cfs) Very Low. Water Needed. Fishing will improve everyday as water temps drop more fish will move out of there refuges and start behaving like trout again. Hatches should pick up as well.

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