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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

    Delaware River Report / Conditions September 30, 2014

    The release from Cannonsville was increased slightly yesterday afternoon, then dropped back slightly to 1267 cfs this morning.  It seems crazy to solely use the West Branch to meet downstream flow targets when Mainstem temperatures are not an issue and the East Branch is starving for water.  On the plus side the cloud cover stuck […]

    Delaware River Report / Conditions September 29, 2014

    Here we are on another day they are using only the release from the West Branch to meet downstream flow targets while the East Branch starves.  The release from Cannonsville Reservoir is currently 1,317 cfs while the flow at Harvard is 99 this morning.  Fish’s Eddy is a pathetic 166 cfs.  The current storage in […]

    Delaware River Report / Conditions September 28, 2014

    Yesterday was a warm one out there.  The bright sun made fishing tough during the day.  Most success came nymphing and swinging wet flies through deeper runs and faster riffles.  There were fish rising during the day but it was all about timing and a little luck.  The hatching picked up in the afternoon with […]

    Delaware River Report / Conditions September 27, 2014

    Since the rain missed us this week they are continuing to use the release from Cannonsville to meet flow targets down stream.  The West Branch release is 1088 cfs until further notice.  Ideally we’d like to see the release split between Cannonsville and Pepacton but that doesn’t seem to be in the cards.  The Beaverkill […]

    Delaware River Report / Conditions September 26, 2014

    This morning is cloudy, but we are supposed to have bright sun and a high of 74 this afternoon.  With the water levels dropping, the river should warm  up a little quicker and the hatches should begin by early to mid afternoon.   We will continue to see #14 Isos, #18-24 dark olives/pseudocloeon, and #14-16 stenos. […]