|Sulfurs in Full Swing|
|West Branch Delaware|
|Water Temp: 53ºF Flow: 420 cfs|
|With cold water releases now in effect, the West Branch of the Delaware, from Stilesville to Hale Eddy, is fishing quite well. Sulfurs, Caddis, and BWOs are the primary insects on the water.
Fish are selective, taking floating nymphs, emergers, and spinners over the duns. In softer water and eddies, look for fish "garbage collecting" last night's hatch or drowned insects.
The water is cold, so dress appropriately if you are wading. Your feet and legs get cold toward the evening. With scattered thunderstorms inevitable, packing a rain jacket is also a good idea.