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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 August 3, 2015

    We’ve received some great news about the situation at Cannonsville Reservoir and we are now returning to normal operations.  The cold water bank should get us through the summer (as long as they release it).  Portions of the press release from the NYCDEP: The turbid discharge downstream of the dam has been completely and successfully ended. After […]

    Delaware River Report / Conditions August 2, 2015

    The forecasted thunderstorms never materialized yesterday leaving us with more sun than we anticipated.  The hatches came off but the fish seemed hesitant to rise steadily.  While people did find steady fish, many saw one and two timers during the afternoon.  It varied by location so there was no right answer, just luck.  Blind casting […]

    Delaware River Report / Conditions August 1, 2015

    The 1500 cfs release from Cannonsville and cool nights continue to do wonders for the West Branch and the Upper Mainstem.  The water temperature at Lordville peaked at 60 degrees yesterday.  It would be nice to see DEP give a little more water to the East Branch under the circumstances.  The bright sun made the […]

    Delaware River Report / Conditions July 31, 2015

    Yesterday’s rain didn’t seem to amount to much besides some fog on the river.  Luckily the clouds stuck around most of the day once the breeze blew the fog away.  The fish were happier without the bright sun and were eating well once the hatches started.  Lower river sections saw lots of olives on the […]

    Delaware River Report / Conditions July 30, 2015

    The  high cold release from Cannonsville continues to keep the West Branch and Upper Mainstem in great shape.  Lordville peaked at 61 degrees yesterday afternoon.  We also continue to see sulphurs, isonychias, cahills, and lots of olives from #18  – 26.  There are a some golden drakes still around- especially on the Mainstem.  There have […]