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This completely updated edition of Paul Weamer's guide to the Upper Delaware includes new interviews with some of the river's most renowned guides and outfitters, including the legendary Al Caucci. Includes information on the latest dining and lodging options in the area, as well as access points and the hatches and patterns that work best.
When Henry Hudson explored the Delaware River in 1609, he dubbed it “one of the finest, best, and pleasantest rivers in the world.” Today, those same qualities make the Delaware one of the most popular rivers for recreational use in the United States. Although in places a near-wilderness, the Delaware is easily accessible to millions of residents. On any summer day there may be thousands of people rushing down its exciting rapids or lazing through its serene eddies. A Paddler’s Guide to the Delaware River is an indispensable resource for anyone who wants to experience the Delaware River in a kayak, canoe, raft, or tube—or, for that matter, an automobile or an armchair. Reading the book is like travelling down the river with an experienced guide. It charts the non-tidal Delaware 200 miles from Hancock, New York, to Trenton, New Jersey, describing access points, rapids, natural features, villages, historical sites, campgrounds, outfitters, and restaurants. The Delaware comes alive as the author introduces some of the people, places, events, and controversies that have marked the river from earliest times to the present day. Completely revised, the third edition offers: An overview of the river including watershed, history, place names, paddlecraft, safety, and fishing. The River Guide: ten sections that can each be paddled in one day (about 20 miles), with a mile-by-mile account of rapids, access, natural features, historic sites, and other features. All new maps, with names for virtually every rapid, eddy, and other river feature, plus detailed diagrams for routes through even the most severe rapids. Features in the River Guide highlight the people, events, natural history, and communities that define the river experience, such as Tom Quick, the infamous “avenger of the Delaware”; the mysterious migration of eels, the battle over Tocks Island Dam; and many others. Appendices of Important Contacts, Outfitters and Campgrounds, River Trip Checklists, and more. Whether you are a novice out for an afternoon float, a seasoned adventurer on an overnight expedition, or a resident fascinated by the lore of the Delaware Valley, this book is an invaluable guide.
Second Edition of Flyfisher's Guide to New York with detailed maps, hatch charts and travel information
American flyfishing is rooted in the area surrounding NYC, and the author Tom Gilmore's intimate knowledge of this history, and more importantly the fishing, will guide you from brook to brook and hatch to hatch. Gilmore hits on everything from the well-known rivers to the out-of-the-way babbling streams only the locals know of.From the Catskills to the Susquehanna, the Lehigh to urban spring creeks, and the Brodhead to the Delaware and much more, this guide will break down the area's tremendous fishing, including the whens, wheres, and hows and more. Each water has its own hatch chart, map, driving directions, and thorough description.Residents of this populated and busy area can easily escape the hustle and bustle with this marvelous new book.
Most fishing guides to Pennsylvania are becoming outdated, which is why Wilderness Adventures Press is introducing the all-new, 8.5x11-inch full-color, map-heavy Flyfisher's Guide to Pennsylvania by noted author Tom Gilmore. This is a completely new from-scratch edition that includes large, full-color maps with GPS coordinates for access points, stunning full-color photos and comprehensive hatch charts laid-out in an easy-to-process format. Each stream was put to a rigorous test ranking them of five criteria: public access, ability to hold trout year-round, fishable population of wild trout, scenic beauty and overall fishing experience. Only the best made the book. The book details 160 trout streams and provides detailed driving directions to over 400 public access points. Under the sections "What the Experts Say" the author shares insights gleaned from interviews of over two dozen guides and experienced fly anglers. It includes exhaustive coverage of the Delaware River and its branches, the Lehigh, the Little Lehigh, French Creek, the Lackawaxen, the Lackawanna, Spring Creek, Penns Creek, the Allegheny, the Loyalsock, the Youghiogheny, Big Spring Creek, Yellow Breeches Creek, Letort Spring Run, Falling Springs, Brodhead Creek and dozens more, both large and small. Anglers are virtually guaranteed to learn something new about flyfishing in Pennsylvania in this fantastic new guidebook.

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