Fly fishing is solitary, contemplative, misanthropic, scientific in some hands, poetic in others, and laced with conflicting aesthetic considerations. It is not even clear if catching fish is actually the point" John Gierac
Check the map above. That's where we stand at 4:30 pm on Thursday June 8. Blue dots mean heavy water but some rivers will come down quickly. The EB and The Ware will be fishable tomorrow. The EB will get down to a "high" fishable level tomorrow and should be ok if the forecast stays the same. The EB has been dropping at an average of 15 cfs each hour = fishable this weekend!
The Ware has been SLOWLY dropping and should be fine by Sunday. The Millers is in flood stage but may be ok in a week. Fish the Swift if you don't want to deal with heavy flows. It's at 52 cfs!!!
Above are some photos of the West Branch of the Westfield. This is great water and you should try it.
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All of this information just doesn't come from me but a trusted network of seasoned fly fishers who know their rivers. I'm always out there scoping things out, giving you river flows, telling you what rivers are fishing well and telling you some true fish story's. I want you to fish well in places that are fishing well and these places are public waters Nothing wrong with that unless you are really retentive!