|Sulfurs and Caddis|
|West Branch Delaware|
|Water Temp: 54ºF Flow: 420 cfs|
|Heavy thunderstorms had turned the water off-color, but caddis and sulfurs still came off. Between intermittent showers and storms, some sulfurs and caddis were coming off. Not a great hatch, but enough bugs to keep the fish and fisherman interested. A lot of splashy risers, with a few browns working regularly.
The water was cold enough to create a dense fog blanket over the upper West Branch. By 6pm, seeing your fly was a real challenge.
Caddis emegers and sulfur parachutes, both in size 16, worked well.