|Date of Update:||10/20/2021
|Author:||TCO Haverford Staff
|Highlight:||Try to avoid the shallow gravel this time of year, starting to see spawning fish throughout the creek.
|Stream Level:||22 CFS
|Water Temp:||Mid 50's
|Fishing Overview:||Small thin bodied mayfly/midge nymphs (size 16-22) and small streamers will produce fish into the fall. If there are fish rising they are most likely taking midges or small blue winged olives (18-24)
|Specifics and Tips:||Keep a low profile and work your way upstream. Long leaders and 6x or 7x will be your best bet if you're casting to rising fish.
|Hatches:||Black/Cream Midges (18-24)
Blue Winged Olives (16-20)
|Hot Patterns:||Zebra Midges 18-22
Pheasant Tails 16-22
Mercury Black Beauty 18-22
Iron Lotus 16-18
Tungsten Surveyor 14-16
Caddis larva 16-20
BWO Comparaduns 18-22
Corn Fed Caddis 16-18
Griffiths Gnat 18-22
Foam Beetle 14-16
CDC Pop Emerger 16-22
Parachute Adams 16-20
Slump Buster 6-8
Rainbow Warrior 16-20
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