Fly-Fishing Guide to the Upper Delaware River

Fly-Fishing Guide to the Upper Delaware River

by Paul Weamer


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Fly-Fishing Guide to the Upper Delaware River by Paul Weamer

• The most complete, authoritative guide to the Upper Delaware including hotels, B&Bs, cabin rentals, restaurants, fly shops, guide services, drift boat and canoe rentals, river flow information • Tactics for night fishing, winter fishing, and dry-fly, nymph, and streamer fishing • Describes boat launches and takeouts, wading options, and the high-water mark The trout that inhabit the Upper Delaware River are large, wild, and highly selective, with fighting skills so legendary that many well-traveled anglers consider them to be among the most athletic in the world. Fly-Fishing Guide to the Upper Delaware River provides detailed information about the 3 tailwater branches that constitute this vast and complex river system—the West Branch, the East Branch, and the Main Stem—with maps to exact fishing locations. Included are descriptions of public-access areas, directions for reaching them, and their corresponding GPS coordinates. This comprehensive guide analyzes the trout species that live in the Upper Delaware and offers important seasonal hatch information, fishing techniques, and recipes of Upper Delaware trout-tested patterns so that your fly box will be up to the challenge of the river's celebrated fish.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780811734080
Publisher: Stackpole Books
Publication date: 08/14/2007
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 6.15(w) x 9.08(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

Paul Weamer is Fly Fisherman magazine's Mid Atlantic Field Editor and the author, or coauthor, of five fly-fishing books. Paul has been a professional fly tier, licensed fly-fishing guide, and co-owner or manager of three highly successful fly-fishing shops and guide services in New York and Pennsylvania. He currently resides with his wife, Ruthann, and his English Mastiff, Midge, along Penns Creek in Coburn, Pennsylvania.

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