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Delaware River

Rating - Fair   

Wednesday, Feb 01 2023
Mild conditions are on and off since the onset of the winter season, coupled with the occasional arctic blast paired, and up with a snowstorm or two. As of now, the outlook for the next few weeks will see daytime temps remain above freezing for the most part, with rain mixed in, and a bit of snow on the colder days.Rivers are currently on the rise and should continue to do so as rain falls throughout the day. Keep an eye on the USGS gauges as you make your plans to fish. Tailwaters will give you the most consistent fishing this time of year as they harbor the most stable temperatures. Small nymphs like Pheasant Tails, Zebra Midges, and Caddis Pupa have been the most productive. Girdle Bugs and other Stonefly nymphs can also garner attention as they are present in the rivers year round. Nymph rigs should be fished slow and deep. Covering water will be your best bet for success.




Wednesday, Feb 01 2023



GPS

GPS: N40.007726 W -74.92224

Weather Report

Delaware River Weather

Access Info

Neshaminy State Park- along the Delaware River in lower Bucks County. The park takes its name from the Neshaminy Creek, which joins the Delaware River at this point. the Park is 339 acres and includes picnic areas.

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Delaware River


Rating - Fair

Mild conditions are on and off since the onset of the winter season, coupled with the occasional arctic blast paired, and up with a snowstorm or two. As of now, the outlook for the next few weeks will see daytime temps remain above freezing for the most part, with rain mixed in, and a bit of snow on the colder days.Rivers are currently on the rise and should continue to do so as rain falls throughout the day. Keep an eye on the USGS gauges as you make your plans to fish. Tailwaters will give you the most consistent fishing this time of year as they harbor the most stable temperatures. Small nymphs like Pheasant Tails, Zebra Midges, and Caddis Pupa have been the most productive. Girdle Bugs and other Stonefly nymphs can also garner attention as they are present in the rivers year round. Nymph rigs should be fished slow and deep. Covering water will be your best bet for success.


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