Ohiopyle Fly Fishing Report – September
September has started almost like every other month this summer with rains and high water. While the river has come down to fishable levels, the water temperature is reaching as high as 76 degrees F on the Ohiopyle gauge by midday. The best chance of success will be early morning on the upper stretches of the river where the temperature is cooler. Baetis still seem to be the dominant bug right below Confluence. The tailrace below Yough dam just got stocked at the beginning of the month and there are a good number of fish to be caught. Caddis are fairly consistent right now as well as midges. Again, go early. The water coming out of the dam is around 65 degrees which is plenty warm.
Lets Get Buggy – Hatch Guide
Hatch Guide for September
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.
- Blue wing olive sz 18- 24
- Rusty spinners sz 20-24
- Sulphurs sz 14-16
- Light Cahills sz 14-16
- March Browns 12-14
- Blue Quills sz 18-20
- Tan Caddis sz 14-16
- Olive Caddis sz 14-16
- Black Caddis sz 18
- Golden Stone sz 8-12
- Hendrickson sz 14-16
Meat and Potato’s – the “Go-to” flies that produce daily:
- Soft Hackle Pheasant Tail (This has been a trip saver all summer!)
- Soft Hackle Hare’s Ear
- Rubber Legged Stone sz 6 and 8
- 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.