The Beaverkill is at a great level heading into the end of June. Recent rains have filled the river, and cool evening temperatures bode well for good fishing into July. Fishing has been productive all throughout the day - mornings and evenings, especially up until dark.

Various  sizes and colors of Caddis flies have been hatching beginning in the mornings, along with Blue-Winged Olives; watch for Isonychias later in the day. These are the slate-colored mayflies whose nymphal 'shucks' can be seen on the rocks along the stream. Isonychia hatches, especially in the evenings, have encouraged rising trout and provided excellent fishing.