FilingoFlyFishing is far from your average guide service. I built this company from the ground up to be unique and stand apart from the rest. How do I do that you ask..? It's simple - by giving you a fresh and beautiful experience on the water. I wouldn't dare tell you that on my trips your guaranteed to catch "The Largest Fish" you've ever seen. Nope.. I can promise that I will provide you with opportunities to catch fish, however; but I can't hold the rod for you. More importantly, I will make sure we have the time of our lives while on a guided tour together, or when taking a casting or tying lessons. Not only am I a guide, but also a teacher of the art form and rivers. This means that I'll be filling you with knowledge on bugs as we lift rocks together, fish as we see them behave, and every other aspect of the river's lively veins. As our day comes to an end, you'll leave our experience with full confidence that you can catch fish wherever you may be, alone or in company. You'll now have the knowledge and skill sets to feel much more comfortable on the water.
Pocono Mountain Pennsylvania Streams: Our rivers and streams throughout the Pennsylvania Pocono Mountains got a nice boost in water from rain last Tuesday, but most rivers have fallen back to suitable levels and cleared up. However, be careful if the Pocono Mountain stream your fishing is still murky and high, watch your step. But activity has slowed right down throughout Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains, and part of that has to do with the extreme heat we're having and will continue to have these next few days. Make sure to temp the water your on before fishing. Fly fishing the Pocono Mountains with nymphs in faster water can prove successful right now while temps are up, but don't do so if water temps are pushing the upper 60's. That's no good for the trout! Hopefully more rain will fall in Pennsylvania with the heat that's coming in and help boost the water more, fingers crossed.
Upper Delaware River: The West Branch of the Delaware River is flowing roughly 737cfs and 54-59 degrees at Hale Eddy. The East Branch of the Delaware River is flowing roughly 1,300cfs and 65-70 degrees at Fish Eddy. The Main Stem of the Delaware River is flowing roughly 2,230cfs and 67-69 degrees at Lordville.
The Upper Delaware River Valley definitely needed a boost in flows which it received from all the recent rains that fell this past week. Flow rates on the Delaware River spiked quickly, and are already falling now. At least they brought some higher flows which flushed out the system and brought colder water for a few days. As levels now drop again and temps climb this week, I wouldn't expect much dry fly fishing to be happening on the Delaware River system. We've been fiding trout using nymphs right now; smaller versions of common type nymphs have worked fine. Hopefully the coming hot streak won't last too long and we'll start having cooler nights. The next bugs you can expect to see are BWO's on the cloudier days, Tricos, and Slate Drakes as August rolls on in the Upper Delaware River. The West Branch of the Delaware has the coldest flows right now. The lower East Branch of the Delaware due to the Beaverkill and the lower Main Stem are going to be too warm as days and temps rage on. Be aware of temps as your fish!
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