Posts Tagged ‘Delaware River’

Delaware River Fly Fishing Trip

Delaware River Fly Fishing Trip We are pleased to report that Trout Haven’s inaugural Delaware River fly fishing trip produced some impressive wild brown trout! Our trip included two full days floating on the West Branch of the Delaware River. It fished well despite the 2″ of rain on our first full day. Nymphing for the…

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Tribute to a Delaware Tributary

Bigger Trout in Smaller Streams   Allow me to pay tribute to my favorite tributary to the Delaware River.  It’s small to medium sized, runs clear and cold, and often holds hog browns. Some of these beautiful browns are wild, some are stocked holdovers, and all of them move up into this tributary for its…

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Pennsylvania Fly Fishing

Border Waters: West Branch of the Delaware River   Those who designed and constructed the Cannonsville Dam in Delaware County, NY had no idea that its dam releases would produce one of the best fly fishing destinations in the US. The West Branch not only has the cold and constant water temperatures that are the hallmark of tailwater fisheries, it also…

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