Delaware River Fly Fishing Guides
Guided fly fishing for the wild trout of the West Branch, East Branch, and Main Stem of the Delaware River is with drift boats, wading or a combination of the two, depending on river conditions. We also guide the legendary waters of the Beaverkill, Willowemoc, and Neversink Rivers. Our trout season begins in April and continues to late October.
During your day our skilled professional guides will work to put you on fish and help you with the techniques that lead to successful. On all our trips, we provide the use of any necessary tackle. On full-day trips lunch and soft drinks are provided. We always have the right flies should you not have them and loaner waders are also available depending on sizing. But, most of all, our commitment to do the best we can for you!
The Delaware River is also an outstanding smallmouth bass fishery. Field & Stream Magazine calls the Upper Delaware River one of the top five smallmouth bass rivers in the US! You can fish for these acrobatic fighters on light tackle or fly fishing gear. Mid June through October is your best bet for smallmouth bass fishing.
The winter months find us booking and hosting fly fishing trips for bonefish in the Bahamas, and trout fishing in Patagonia, both on the Chilean & Argentinean side of the Andes.
In addition to great fly fishing, we are happy to arrange lodging for your stay.
All skill levels of anglers are welcome. Corporate and business outings as well as social groups are easily accommodated.
Call or email to schedule your time on the water!