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The Delaware River Club

The Delaware River Club rests on the banks of the West Branch of the Delaware River, which is considered one of the top five wild trout streams in the nation. The “Club” requires no membership, is fully open too the public, and provides lodging, guide services and fly fishing schools. Its prime location allows visiting anglers to apply their skills on the entire Upper Delaware System.

The Delaware River Club has activities for the whole family including an in-ground swimming pool, sprawling green lawns, nearby hiking trails and a private fishing pond. If you’re visiting to fish, hunt or just relax with your family, the Delaware River Club is the perfect location.

Whether you are traveling from New York City, Upstate New York, Philadelphia or Southern New England, we are conveniently located within a short driving distance. We encourage you equally to explore our mountain scenery and breathtaking landscapes, experience the excitement from landing a challenging fish or merely enjoy the serenity surrounding the DRC.

  • Recent Posts

    The 2015 Flyfishing Show in Somerset, NJ

    Come see us in Somerset NJ on January 23, 24, and 25th 2015.  We will be in booth # C-22-23 inside the show. While you’re there make time to watch Bob Lewis and Steve Shen present: Cracking The Code Of The Upper Delaware  Friday – 12:00 PM In The Bridgewater Room  Saturday – 12:00 PM […]

    The Crazy Glue Splice

    Delaware River Club Guide Jim Swift explaining the Crazy Glue splice for attaching leaders to fly lines.     More knot videos in HD are here: The Delaware River Club Knot Tying Videos    

    November 5, 2014

    While the hatching has definitely slowed down Bob just couldn’t let the unbelievable weather pass by yesterday without fishing.

    November 3, 2014

    Bob Lewis is sending in some photos from the last week in October.

    Delaware River Report / Conditions October 31, 2014

    Happy Halloween!  The release from Cannonsville has been increased this morning but the all of the rivers in the system remain wadeable.  Today looks like a nice day to be on the water for the end of October.  We should have air temps in the low 50′s and winds around 4 mph.  We won’t see […]