Delaware River, New York
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Author: George Spector
The West Branch of the Delaware River has often been described as "the premier tailwater fishery in the Northeast." Stable cold water has established a rich ecosystem with abundant and diversified insect life creating a trout fisherman's heaven. The Delaware River Journal is a fascinating book filled with local stories points of interest, and colorful characters. Its full-color photgraphs on thick glossy paper make it as attractive as it is useful.
Complete with a detailed river map, color fly plates, and a suggestion list of flies and how to fish them with greater success, Delaware River Journal is an excellent " get-to-know-the-water" book on this famous fishing area in New York.
8 1/2 x 11 Inches, 48 Pages, All-Color