After a very rainy Mother’s Day, the Beaverkill at Cooks Falls crested to just over 1500 cubic feet per second, which is well above the average flow of 543 cfs over 104 years of record-keeping. Water temperatures were 50 degrees F and above all week, and we’re expecting more rain over the next few days. However, trout fishers were out and about this past week. Along the Beaverkill, East and West Branches of the Delaware on Friday there were good numbers of anglers out wading or in drift boats, despite the consistent rain showers. Fly hatches are still Blue Quills, Hendricksons, Caddis flies and the Shad Fly (caddis with green egg sac) along with Blue Winged Olives. It's prime time for fishing over the next few weeks!