Ohiopyle Fly Fishing Report & Hatches

Ohiopyle Fly fishing report
Daily Ohiopyle Fishing Board: Hatches & Conditions

Fishing the Hatch in High Water Conditions with Dale

Our new fishing guide: John Hatcher

Ohiopyle Fly Fishing Report – Early July

Fly fishing here in the Ohiopyle area has largely been confined to the tributaries as we wait for water levels to come back to seasonal norms and clarity gets better. Meadow Run and Dunbar Creek are fishing well.  As of today (July 10) expect the Yough to continue to drop and be at a great fishable level within a couple days. We believe we will be around 2 feet over the coming weekend.

Lets Get Buggy – Hatch Guide


Hatch Guide for July 10th 2018

Be sure to check out our Ohiopyle Fly Fishing hatch guide and angling news board. It is updated daily. It’s located in our Fly Shop, at Wilderness Voyageurs inside the Outfitter’s Store.

You can also call us when planning your trip for the most updated hatch information.

Current Hatches:

  • Slate Drakes sz 10-12
  • Sulphurs  sz 14-16
  • Blue Winged Olive  sz 18-20
  • Light Cahills sz 14-16
  • March Browns 12-14
  • Blue Quills sz 18-20
  • Tan Caddis       sz 14-16
  • Olive Caddis
  • Golden Stone  sz 8-12
  • Hendrickson  sz 14-16

Meat and Potato’s – the “Go-to” flies that produce daily:

  • Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail
  • Soft Hackle Hare’s Ear
  • Rubber Legged Stone
  • Hare’s Ear Nymph (Olive & Tan)
  • Wooly Bugger (Black & Olive)

Looking for More Information on Guided Trips and Fly Fishing Instruction?

We offer fly fishing clinics including clinics for women, guided trips, scout programs. For guide availability and trip planning please call us at 1-800-272-4141. For more information about our clinics, fly fishing weekends and more visit our main fly fishing page for a list of offerings and scheduled events.

I had a day fly fishing with Ryan McCauley. Ryan started the day giving me a very informative lesson. We went over fly fishing basics and then went into a detailed conversation about flies, equipment and fishing strategy. Next we practiced casting which allowed me to compare my equipment to some really good stuff they had for demo. After a great lunch at the cafe next door, we started out on the stream. The stream and scenery were so cool. Ryan had a great spot. This was lunker city. Trout were everywhere. I caught two and just missed a few more. I can't ask for more than a trip that was geared to my needs and worked out this well.

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