|Date of Update:||10/8/2019
|Author:||TCO Haverford Staff
|Highlight:||Got some much needed rain yesterday, things are looking good.
|Stream Level:||27 CFS
|Fishing Overview:||Dry dropper fishing works great this time of year. Fish a larger buoyant caddis or terrestrial with a small nymph 18-24" underneath it. Small streamers will work well if we continue to get rain.
|Specifics and Tips:||Keep a low profile and work your way upstream. Long leaders and 6x will be your best bet if you're casting to rising fish. While fish will certainly eat some bigger patterns, smaller flies usually produce more consistent action.
|Hatches:||Blue Wing Olives (18-24)
Tan Caddis (14-18)
|Hot Patterns:||Corn Fed Caddis 16-18
Elk Hair Caddis 14-18
Zebra Midges 18-22
Pheasant Tails 16-22
Caddis larva 16-20
BWO Comparaduns 18-22
CDC Pop Emerger 16-20
Parachute Adams 16-20
Slump Buster 6-8
Parachute Ant 16-20
Rainbow Warrior 16-20
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