The East and West branches of the Delaware River meet at Hancock, N.Y. From here the river extends over 330 miles till it reaches the mouth of the Delaware Bay. The Delaware River has fantastic fishing for Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, American Shad, and Striped Bass. If you are looking for more information about Fishing Guides on the Delaware River click here.
Fishing on the Delaware River can be done by wading, using a drift boat, or fishing from a canoe. Anglers here use traditional fly fishing methods as well as spinning gear with light tackle to entice these trophy fish. Flies, spinners, stickbaits, flatfish, and soft plastics are among some of the top producing lures used by anglers on the Delware River.