Fishing reports and conditions: 5/6/21 Rivers are dropping Tailwaters ever so slowly. Sat on the Bank of the Willowemoc last night not much going on, very few Mayflies and a couple of caddis. Seems Streamers are the ticket. Today high of 57 degrees with a SE wind of 5-10 mph, Partly cloudy this morning then a slight chance of rain. Hendricksons are just about done, you will find them in the upper sections of the East and West branch, upper Beaverkill and Maybe the upper Willow. March browns in Lower East and Mainstem. Some scouts on the Beaverkill. Large Sulphers are about here and there. Blue Quills and Olives are about. Spinners both Mayfly and Caddis I would be carrying in my box. One Spot left for the June 12 Euro class. Womans Free introduction to flyfishing August Class two spots left with a few signed up for September. Remember it's free! June and July are filled.
Hatches: Caddis, Olives, Blue Quills. Quill Gordons, Hendrickson's, Starting to show March browns & big Sulphers.
May 7, 2021: 6:30 am Rivers / Streams Flow Temp Condition Beaverkill 1040 47.4 Limted Willowemoc creek 297 46.0 wade East Branch – Harvard 2230 43.3 float East Branch – Downsville 1590 00.0 float West Branch – Stilesville 2460 49.6 float West Branch - Hale Eddy 3320 45.6 float Mainstem – Lordsville 8030 48.3 High Neversink – Bridgeville 964 48.3 High Esopus – Coldbrook 963 49.8 High Sm. Olives, Blue Quills, Red Quills, Hendricksons, Apple caddis, tan caddis, starting to show March Browns & Big Sulphers #1 ** if for some reason there is no current River report, the Host is down once up I will place a report, or throw the computer in the Garbage. Also I have a back up website my original before I bought the shop Trout-whispers.com.
Fly of the Week: March brown nymph Hook: NW3 #10 Thread: 8/0 Orange Tail: 3/4 fibers Pheasant tail Rib: Brown cotton Body: Nature spirit emergence dubbing Amber Thorax: Same as above Legs: Partridge Wing Case: Thinskin mottle black Active Now!