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Pocono Mountain Pennsylvania Streams: We have good flow rate's throughout Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountain region right now. We also have a cold front today and tomorrow through northeastern Pennsylvania which has temps a little frigid for fly fishing. But, later in the week when things warm up a bit, there will be fishing windows. This time of year I'm nymphing with tiny flies and midges in the deeper, slower water thoughout the Pocono Mountain region. Or, or... I'm working streamers through where I can, usually in that slower, deeper water though. If I don't find success on a particular color, I change that up in Pennsylvania's Pocono region.
Upper Delaware River: The West Branch of the Delaware River is flowing roughly 1,920cfs and 36-38 degrees at Hale Eddy. The East Branch of the Delaware River is flowing roughly 2,140cfs and 35-36 degrees at Fish Eddy. The Main Stem of the Delaware River is flowing roughly 4,470cfs and 34-35 degrees at Lordville.
The Upper Delaware River has pumping flows right now. The West Branch of the Delaware River has the least amount of volume in it with just below 2,000cfs @ Hale Eddy, but it has the warmer temps by a couple degrees which is good this time of year. The Main Stem has been fishing pretty well with streamers though, finding success here and there which we'll take this time of year. The Upper Delaware River isn't known for it's winter fly fishing because it can be brutal, but a couple quality trout on streamers can make it worth your while. As usual on the Upper Delaware River on the New York / Pennsylvania border, I haven't found that the trout are keying into one particular streamer color, so changing up can be beneficial. When water starts receeding, don't hesitate to bust out the smaller nymphs as well.
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