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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.

See the upcoming events at the DRC this season.

  • Recent Posts

    Delaware River Report / Conditions October 16, 2017

    The wind made fishing tough yesterday.  It felt like upstream 15 mph all day long.  That kind of wind makes it tough to set the boat and to cast.  If you found a place to hide it was comfortable.  The wind pushed most people to streamers and nymphs with mixed results.  We are in the […]

    Delaware River Report / Conditions October 15, 2017

    Yesterday looked decent on paper but never really reached it’s dry fly potential.  We had clouds, winds were tolerable and things looked good.  We did have rising water on the West Branch and Mainstem as a result of the recent Yo Yo releases.  Today looks similar weather wise but the water has been pretty steady […]

    Delaware River Report / Conditions October 14, 2017

    We were staring at graphs all day wondering where they thought the water was going to come from or when they were going to increase the Cannonsville release.  It was another Yo Yo move.  The release is now 853 cfs to help meet the Montague Flow Target.  We had decent cloud cover for most of […]

    Delaware River Report / Conditions October 13, 2017

    The release from Cannonsville Reservoir has been dropped to 282 cfs.  Tomorrow there should be a push of water coming out of Rio Reservoir that may be counted on to help meet the Montague Flow Target.  Lake Wallenpaupack still lists a zero generation schedule through Sunday night.  We are coming off a cool night and […]

    Delaware River Report / Conditions October 12, 2017

    The release from Cannonsville has been dropped to 481 cfs until further notice.  This is a good level for wading and floating.   The lower flow should concentrate the olives making them more appealing and easier for the fish to rise to.  It will make it skinny in spots on the Mainstem since the East Branch […]