Bucksnbows Posted May 31, 2021 Share Posted May 31, 2021 The action on the upper Delaware had been very slow the last two weeks. That finally all changed on Saturday when the lower East, West and upper mainstem broke out with multiple hatches all day long including the heaviest brown drake hatch I’ve ever experienced. The fish were looking up some, but not easy to fool on dry flies. With the heavy rain and cold temps, we watched millions of BWOs in two sizes, green and brown drakes, Dorothea, Invaria and light Cahills for Sulphurs, March Browns, Isonychia, and various caddis including egg layers on the surface all day. Some pix…. Bonefreak, JHbowhunter, flukebelly and 13 others 11 5 https://www.troutscapes.com/ https://nativefishcoalition.org/national-board Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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