Friday night the river swelled to a new recorded high of 409Cfs. By Saturday afternoon the flow had dropped to 385Cfs, and people were fishing for trout and catching a few largemouth at Masemore. Challenging wading yes, but well worth it and loads better than reality T.V. It is likely that these bass tumbled over the dam during the night-what a ride! Currently the gauge at Falls Rd. reads 2.3 and flow is 201CFs, water temp is 50F and the water is a little off. Yesterday lots of anglers were casting to rising fish as the Sulphurs made their presence known. Quite a few #12’s were buzzing around but most of the fish were taking #14 Duns or emergers. Slashing fish were after caddis in a #18-20.
Note: Try Sulphur patterns in a #12-14. Comparaduns, sparkleduns, and traditional duns should work fine