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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
             September 20, 2021, 6:45 AM

Beaverkill,     535 cfs  59.0  degrees wade

Willowemoc,   166 cfs  56.1 degrees wade

East branch  802 cfs  46.5 degrees limited
"Harvard"

West branch  1660 cfs 52.8 degrees float
"Hale eddy"

Mainstem     3270 cfs 57.5 degrees float
"Lordville"

Neversink      281 cfs 59.0 degrees wade

Esopus          498 cfs  58.6 degrees wade

Wappinger      134  cfs     N/A      wade

Housatonic     1570 cfs     N/A      wade

Farmington      732  cfs     N/A     limited

Bug's -  Cahill's, Iso's, Tan caddis, Olives, Cinnamon caddis,  Trico's.

  
Reports

9/20/21:  Waking up to a brisk 47 degrees, clear night full moon, makes for a chilly morning. Trees are getting more color and the leaves on a gust of wind are starting to fall. Rivers are the same Beaverkill and Willowemoc in great shape to wade, East and West branches best to float, limited wade on the East, Neversink is in good shape but bug activity has been quiet. Today in the Catskill's 71 degrees, sunshine this morning with a few clouds this afternoon, SSE wind 5-10 mph.

9/19/21:  Guided yesterday afternoon, two clients both put Rainbows in the net, 5 to be exact, did a dropper rig, Iso, soft hackle and a BH prince nymph, all three flies were successful. Beaverkill and Willowemoc in Great shape, West and East branches good for floating, East is very limited in wading. Neversink is in good shape. Bugs I would carry Iso's, Cahill's both Light and Orange, Olives, Spinners, Cinnamon and October Caddis.  Today the high in the Catskill's 72 degrees with a North wind 5-10 mph.

9/18/21:  East and West branches remain high good for floating, East is very limited in wading.  Neversink is the better of the Tailwaters to fish. Beaverkill and Willow are in good shape to wade and running clear.  Fished the Willowemoc yesterday afternoon placed a few small browns in the net. Iso's and Olives were the trick. But overall not much bug activity.  Today in the Catskill's the high wil be near 78 degrees, passing shower this morning, then becoming sunny. Winds NW 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
7/28/21: Delaware float trip Nice Brown, Iso took this fish, as Jack approves.
7/28/21: Delaware Float trip with my friend Jim Yeager, nice Bow to a Iso Parachute.
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.
September:

Olives
Sulphers-few
Iso's
Trico's
Cahill's
Hebe
White Mayfly


Caddis:
Tan caddis
October caddis


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