Access to the main stem for fly fishing the Delaware River
is a problem due to the lack of public access. You have to
get permission from the local land owners to fish most of
the lower river. There are a few public access points on
both sides of the river. Pennsylvania Route #191 has
some access points and so does New York's Route 97.
April through October you can fly fish the Delaware River, West Branch, and East Branch of the Delaware, the Neversink River, Beaverkill or the Willowemoc for the wild trout of the Catskills. Drift boat or wade fishing, learn the techniques, the hatches and the flies of the Delaware River System.
Fly fishing the Upper Delaware River, West Branch, East Branch & Beaverkill for wild brown and rainbow trout. Light tackle and fly fishing for smallmouth bass and American shad. Drift boat or wade.
Fly fishing the Delaware River consist of (3) three
separate sections which have entirely different types of
water. Our fly fishing guide sections are broken down into
these three separate sections to fully cover each of them.