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Rivers We Fish
The Lehigh River- A 109 mile long Freestone river, the Lehigh is the largest tributary of the Delaware River. A scenic river best suited to fish from a drift boat, we do also offer walk and wade trips. We fish it until mid to late June when the water temps don't allow for safe catch and release and we pick back up in September when the river cools down. The Lehigh produces Hendrickson, Baetis, March Brown, Caddis and Sulphur hatches. Nymphing and streamers can be affective as well.
McMichael Creek-a 21 mile tributary of Pocono Creek. We offer private access wade trips.
The Broadhead Creek-A 21 mile long tributary of the Delaware River.
Pocono Creek-A 15 mile long tributary of the Broadhead Creek.
Pohopoco-A 27 mile long tributary of the Lehigh River, the "Po" is known for its wild brown trout and limited access. We offer guide trips in private access as well as open waters.
Aquishicola-A 20 mile long tributary of the Lehigh River, the Aquishicola has a healthy trout population and limited access points.
Tobyhanna-A 30 mile long tributary of the Lehigh River.
Saucon Creek-A 17 mile long tributary of the Lehigh River.
Monocacy-A 20 mile long tributary of the Lehigh River.
Little Lehigh-A 24 mile long tributary of the Lehigh River
The Upper Delaware- The long fabled gem of the east coast. The wild trout aren't easy to catch, let us show you how. We now offer guided drift boat trips, as well as weekend get a ways.
Susquehanna and Juanita Rivers- You won't find a better smallmouth bass fishery anywhere around. These two rivers produce great smallmouth and the rivers have bounced back in recent years. These floats are primarily for June, July, and August when topwater action is at its peak
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