South Branch Raritan River, New Jersey Fly Fishing Reports & Conditions
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South Branch Raritan River, New Jersey Fly Fishing Reports & Conditions
My tips of the week
Summer water temps are a no go for catching and releasing Trout.
Fishing Report Last Updated:
7 / 13 / 2019
Fishing Conditions

Fly Fishing South Branch Raritan River is currently Fish somewhere else this week

Orvis-Endorsed guides nearby:

Water flow: Above Seasonal Average

Visibility: 24 inches

Water temperature at mid-day: 72 Degrees F

Water condition: Stained

Best time of day to fish: Early/Mid-Afternoon on

Best stretch: Long Valley on Down the river.

Best access point:

Fly fishing hatches in order of importance:

Invaria Sulphur Dorethea Suluphur anyday now BWO's Caddis Midges

Fish species: Trout

Fishing season: Open all year. Check NJ Fish and Wildlife Digest for Spring Stocking closure dates

Nearest airport: Teterboro or Newark Liberty

South Branch Raritan River Description

One of NJ's finest rivers, the South Branch of the Raritan River gets it's start at Budd Lake. The South Branch flows from it's headwaters to were it converges with the North Branch of the Raritan River, and forms the main stem Raritan River. In the upper reaches the South Branch holds many Wild fish. The Claremont stretch is known for small wild reproducing Brook and Brown Trout. Meandering through Long Valley ...

Techniques & Tips


7-Day Forecast

Hit the Salt, ponds for bass and panfish, lakes and rivers for Carp, the Delaware water gap for Smallies, or Travel to the Catskills or other tailwaters/spring creeks if you need to fish for Trout. See you in the Fall...

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