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Pocono Mountains Streams: We had a decent little pick up in flows throughout the Pocono Mountain region after the on and off rains yesterday. Some streams got hit harder than others and may be more murky. Heavier flows equals better chances of catching trout throughout the Pocono Mountain region on streamers. Water is still very cold so fish in the Poconos will be sluggish. Nymphing the falling water can produce as well, but the numbers won't be too high this time of year. When wading anywhere in the Pocono Mountains right now, please be VERY CAUTIOUS OF TROUT SPAWNING AND THEIR SPAWNING BEDS. Do not wade on them or too close to them.
Delaware River System: The West Branch of the Delaware River is flowing roughly 377cfs and 42-44 degrees at Hale Eddy. The East Branch of the Delaware River is flowing roughly 678cfs and 39-41 degrees at Fish Eddy. The Main Stem is flowing roughly 1,070cfs and 38-39 degrees at Lordville.
It is currently cold and very windy on the Upper Delaware River right now. The last few days would have been pretty brutal up there. Water levels rose a bit from the rains, but shouldn't spike too much more before they begin a slow drop again. This is the time that I would be chucking streamers on the Upper Delaware River. The West Branch of the Delaware at Hale Eddy is currently at 377cfs and rising, also pretty murky. The East Branch of the Delaware is pumping in the most flow due to the Beaver at 678cfs with a little more clarity. If we do get lucky and find some warmer days the BWO's still might make an appearance on a perfect day. Iffy but possible.. Streamers and nymphing might be the way to go on the Upper Delaware River for the next few days.
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