TCO Fly Shop - Stream Conditions

Latest Fishing Report

Stream: Tulpehocken Creek

Date of Update: 7/13/2018

Author: TCO Reading Staff

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Stream Level: Current flow is 152cfs.

Water Temp: 68

Clarity: clear

Fishing Overview: Trico's are coming off every morning. Caddis start coming off after the trico hatch is over. Evenings you will find extreme amount of midge hatches coming off along with some caddis. Check water temps before fishing.

Specifics and Tips: Using a long leader will help with a drag free drift. A light tippet and a downstream drift will help dry fly drifts to wary and spooky trout.

Hatches: Midge black, and cream- sz.18-24
Tricos - sz. 20-26c
Caddis- sz. 14-18
Sow Bugs- sz. 18-22

Hot Patterns: CDC Pop Midge - sz. 22-24
CDC Caddis adult - sz. 16-20
Trico Spinners - size 20-28 Pheasant Tail - sz.16-22
Zebra Midge - sz.18-28
Slump Buster Olive or Black- sz.12-6
Sow Bugs Grey- sz. 18-22
Rainbow Warriors- sz. 16-20
Black Ants - sz. 16-20

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USGS Flow:

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