In a “normal” water year, things would be cranking along on the main stem of the Delaware, also known as “the big river”. It’s definitely not as predictable, as its West Branch, a fantastic tailwater, but it’s usually dependable for some bugs and fish faces. Not as much this year.
The flows haven’t been below 3000 cubic feet per second since July 2018. Wade opportunities have been difficult and limited. In a typical year, we go through the usual progression of bugs starting in mid-April.Read More