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Fish-Camp is my time with friends and guest. 
Where lessons are learned, laughter a must. Tears of pain when the big one comes off.  And the tales get bigger each year!
  Photo right:  Nothing is greater than a client landing a quality trout in my net!
                        This will be a daily report
May:

Flies:

Olives
Blue Quills
Quill Gordons
Hendrickson's
March brownss
Gray Fox
Sulphers
Drakes
Iso's
Invaria




Caddis:
Tan
Apple
Dark blue sedge
Lil sister sedge


stones, Golden and black
 
 






































































 
 














Nymphs:

Black stones #2-4
Goldenstones #12 -10?
Pheasant tails 20-12
Haresear's #14 -10's
Prince nymphs
Art flicks Iso nymph
Copper Johns
B.H. Caddis larve-
In different colors #16 -12



                  2021 Fishing Report
             July 27, 2021, 6:30 AM

Beaverkill,   441 cfs  63.1  degrees wade

Willowemoc,  121 cfs  60.0 degrees wade

East branch  466 cfs  55.2 degrees wade
"Harvard"  

West branch  944 cfs 50.7 degrees wade
"Hale eddy"

Mainstem   2550 cfs  61.7 degrees limited
"Lordville"

Neversink      204 cfs 60.9 degrees wade

Esopus        470 cfs  60.2 degrees wade

Wappinger      210  cfs     N/A  wade

Housatonic     3060 cfs     N/A  float

Farmington      709  cfs     N/A limited

Bug's -  Cahill's, Iso's, Tan caddis, Olives, Sulphers and Golden Drakes and Yellow drakes.

"Acid Factory now closed from July 1st, to August 31st. No fishing thermal refuge."
  
Reports

7/27/21:  Rivers remain in good shape for this time of the year. First time the Farmington in a long time the Farmington is under a 1000 CFS needs to drop some more. Water temps now maybe a concern as temps are in the 80's. Carry a thermometer now.  Catskill's Rivers have been fishing well with good hatches at night, high cool waters makes everyone happy, I hope it continues. Today the high will be near 85 degrees with a WNW wind of 5-10 mph, sunny this morning with increasing clouds and a threat of a thunderstorm.  Had a rare catch yesterday in a small mountain stream that for years I caught brookies and browns, I made a down and across cast with a stimulator and had a Rainbow eat it and was landed, only 7 inches if at that I was amazed!   Did this Bow travel way up here through the willowemoc or was it placed by the State?  Great colors not a mark on him, and as I much as I fish this little stream if stocked that I would catch more.  I think and would like to think it was a native that traveled up and made it it's home.

7/26/21:  Rivers are in great shape to wade exception being the West branch which is still high as is the Mainstem best to float these rivers. Bugs have been good on the East branch Sulphers, Cahill's and Olives, Beaverkill and Willowemoc great shape for this time of the year, Cahill's, Sulphers, Olives. Beetle and ant's have been taking fish also. Neversink is in good shape to wade and the fishing has been fair.  Today the high in the Catskill's will be near 83 degrees partly cloudy with a NW wind 5-10 mph.

7/25/21:  Waking up to some light rain enough to get the leaves wet. Rivers are in pretty good conditions for wading and clarity. West branch is to high still to wade best to float. East branch is now wadable just use some caution. Beaverkill and Willowemoc for the last two days has been fishing well late in the day to dark. Cahill's, Olives, Sulphers and Iso's.  During the day some nymphing has produced fish, ant's and beetles for dry. Yesterday this years second woman's clinic was held lots of fun, casting and learning presentation. Grace earned the biggest fish title as she placed a nice 14/15 inch brown in the net that ate a beetle. Today in the Catskill's 81 degrees, rain showers in the morning then some sun this afternoon. WSW wind 5-10 mph.


Exciting news!  I now own Trout Town Flies, LLC "formerly Catskill Flies" in Roscoe, New York, as most of you know I managed Catskill Flies last year and have been a guide there for many years.  While the name will change, our staff will return with the same philosophy and service provided in the past.  We will still tie the flies that Dennis did, as well as a few of our own. If you have any questions, please email me at flyshop@TroutTownFlies.com.  or Call the shop at 607-290-4107.  I am in the process of building a website for the store which is coming soon.

Updated Links page, now you can find daily weather reports for the destination you choose for fishing!

You Can now follow me on Instagram,       #trouttownflies
7/27/21: Beautiful East branch Brookie!   
7/27/21:  Grace with her first brown on a beetle pattern.
7/27/21:  My passion is to teach and offer my knowledge to be passed on.
6/25/21:  Few pictures below are of the woman Free fly-fishing clinic sponsored by my flyshop. Huge success as a few ladies landed fish, some did long distanced releases but all had fish eat their flies as they had the presentations down.
6/24/21:  Pippa holding her first Trout on the fly-rod. The brown ate a BWO on the Willowemoc.
6/23/21:  Brenden Ryder with one of his many Browns caught on the Willowemoc!  Cahill's were the ticket. This was his first time fly-fishing.
5/1/21:  Jim Corless with a nice West branch brown!
5/26/21:  83 year old Dan Coco with a nice Beaverkill Brown.
5/25/21:  Mike from Washington ST. with a nice Beaverkill brown.
5/21/21: Jessie from N.J. with his first Brown trout on a fly-rod, the Brown took a March brown emerger.  On the Willowemoc.
5/18/21:  My friend Vinny with his best Beaverkill Brown, The Brown took a Olive emerger.
5/8/21:  Brian from Garrison N.Y. with is first ever Beaverkill Rainbow. The bow took a Olive Bugger. 
4/26/21:  Good Friend tony Haskell With a beautiful rainbow. I like the hat!
4/24/21:  Closed the shop late last night, got to the water about 6pm, Caddis coming off, tied on a pupa for Apple Caddis and bingo, last fish caught at 7:15pm.
4/24/21:  Our guide Chris, his Client with a nice Rainbow that ate a Hendrickson.
July:
Olives
Sulphers
Iso's
Vitreus
Trico's
Yellow Drake Varia
Golden Drake
Lt. Cahill
Hebe


Caddis:
Tan caddis
Green sedge


Nymphs:
Pheasant tails
Hares ear
Prince
March brown nymph
Copper Johns
Caddis larve
Stoneflies-
Golden, Black, brown