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Fly-fishing Guide to the Upper Delaware River: 2nd Edition
Fly-fishing Guide to the Upper Delaware River: 2nd Edition
by Paul Weamer
Paperback from Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811708799
  • Completely updated and revised edition
  •  New interviews with some of the Upper Delaware's most renowned guides and outfitters, including the legendary Al Caucci
  •  The latest lodging and dining options
  •  Hatches and fly patterns that work best
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    Fishing Maryland, Delaware, and Washington, D.C.: An Angler s Guide to More than 100 Fresh and Saltwater Fishing Spots
    Fishing Maryland, Delaware, and Washington, D.C.: An Angler's Guide to More than 100 Fresh and Saltwater Fishing Spots
    by Martin Freed, Ruta Vaskys
    Paperback from Lyons Press
    ISBN: 0762744456
    With 105 locations, this is the most comprehensive guidebook to fishing in Maryland, Delaware, or the District of Columbia. Not only are precise directions given to each fishing hole, but the species available and tips on how to catch them are also included.

    The book covers all aspects of fishing, from casting flies in the mountain streams of western Maryland for native brook trout to catching behemoth black drum along the coast and in the Chesapeake.

    The authors have included many of their personal experiences in the over 100 years, between the two of them, of fishing in the area. This book is a must-have for any serious angler in the Mid-Atlantic states.

     
    Mid-Atlantic Budget Angler: Fly-Fishing for Trout in Delaware, Ma
    Mid-Atlantic Budget Angler: Fly-Fishing for Trout in Delaware, Ma
    by Ann McIntosh
    Paperback from Stackpole Books
    ISBN: 081172851X

    A traveler's guide to the best trout streams in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. Fishing tips, maps, directions, places to stay and eat.
     
    Fishing the Delaware and Maryland Coasts
    Fishing the Delaware and Maryland Coasts
    by Andy Snyder
    Paperback from Burford Books
    ISBN: 1580801374

    Complete where-to-fish guide for coastal DE and MD (does not cover Chesapeake Bay).
     
    Tales From Delaware Bay: Crabbing, Boating, Trapping, Net Fishing, Sports Fishing
    Tales From Delaware Bay: Crabbing, Boating, Trapping, Net Fishing, Sports Fishing
    by James Milton Hanna
    Paperback from Cherokee Books (DE)
    ISBN: 0964045826

    Tales From Delaware Bay is a collection of stories of Watermen who earn their living from the bay. The stories are non-fiction accounts of crabbing, boating, trapping, net fishing and sports fishing.
     
    Fishing The Delaware Valley
    Fishing The Delaware Valley
    by George Ingram
    Paperback from Temple University Press
    ISBN: 1566396654

    The Delaware River is the last major free-flowing river in the eastern United States. Drawing on their cumulative century of angling experience, the authors range through the 14,000 square miles of the Delaware River watershed, with offshore visits for saltwater fishing along the New Jersey coast. All the places they talk about are within three-and-a-half hours of Philadelphia by car. Besides giving directions to their favorite spots, the authors regale the reader with comments about what to expect of each place and how to make the most of your visit. Along the way they mention and frequently evaluate nearby tackle shops, restaurants, taverns, historical and scenic attractions, and even shopping opportunities. Throughout, they share their own experiences with the reader both the pride of spectacular catches and the embarrassment of spectacular follies. One of the authors admits to breaking a new rod in a restroom door. Another tells about having to be rescued from a mid-river rock by the very anglers to whom he had just bragged about his accomplishments. They spice their descriptions with apt quotations and finish it off, like a truly successful fishing day, with their favorite recipes. This is a book with something for everyone, from the novice to the expert. Even non-fishing friends and family members will welcome the authors' suggestions for things to do while waiting for their loved one to land the perfect trout or will be entertained by the stories about those incomprehensible people who flock year-round to the Delaware Valley's lakes, ponds, streams, and coastal waters. Author note: George H. Ingram, Jr. is a Temple University administrator and freelance outdoors writer who lives on the Delaware and has published hunting and fishing articles in the "New York Times", the "Wall Street Journal", the "Philadelphia Inquirer", "Pennsylvania Game News", and other magazines and newspapers. Robert F. Marler, Jr. retired as a Temple University professor of English in 1994 after teaching at the institution for twenty-eight years. A long-time fly fisher, he lives on a farm in Benton, Pennsylvania, not far from Fishing Creek, with his wife, Jan, daughter, Mary Beth, and an aging Chevy pickup truck. Robert R. Smith retired as Dean of the School of Communications and Theater at Temple University in 1996, after serving in that position for almost eighteen years. An avid fisher, he is an authority on the literature of fly fishing who now resides on Trout Farm Lane in Plympton, Massachusetts, with his wife, Suzanne.
     
    Fishing Delaware River
    by John A. Punola
    Paperback from Outdoors USA
    ISBN: 0939888211
     
     
    New Jersey Day Trips: A Guide to Outings in New Jersey and Nearby Areas of New York, Pennsylvania, and Delaware
    New Jersey Day Trips: A Guide to Outings in New Jersey and Nearby Areas of New York, Pennsylvania, and Delaware
    by Patrick Sarver
    Paperback from Rivergate Books
    Media Published: 2011-
    ISBN: 0813549663
    Shades of F. Scott Fitzgerald roam Princeton as lads and lasses walk the well-clipped paths between venerable university halls, while russet leaves flutter overhead from rows of sturdy trees. Visions of knights and their fair maidens come to mind as explorers wander around Lambert Castle, an 1892 sandstone and granite mansion that looms like a medieval fortress with rounded towers and turrets on a hillside below the cliffs of the Garret Mountain Reservation. For art lovers who like to stroll on lush lawns and enjoy the beauty around them, Grounds for Sculpture is the place to be seen in New Jersey. And, then there's always the 127 miles of beach along the state's east coast that make perfect day trips for swimming, boating, fishing, and other fun activities.

    Now in a revised and expanded 12th edition, New Jersey Day Trips offers everyone a fascinating journey through hundreds of tourist attractions in all corners of the Garden State. Plus, this comprehensive resource explores the most popular points just beyond the state's borders. Patrick Sarver has updated most entries and added more than twenty new points of interest to an already extensive list of destinations, making this the most sought-after guidebook about New Jersey. Attractions can be located easily by subject category, letting travelers zero in on places that appeal to them. Entries include descriptions, hours of operation, location, price range, telephone numbers, and Web sites, making this best seller a one-stop source of discovery for day trippers of all ages--an ideal travel guide for adults or families who live in or plan to visit New Jersey.

     
    Good Fishing in the Catskills: From the Waters of the Capital District to the Delaware River (Good Fishing in New York Series)
    Good Fishing in the Catskills: From the Waters of the Capital District to the Delaware River (Good Fishing in New York Series)
    by Jim Capossela
    Paperback from Backcountry Pubns
    ISBN: 0881502375
     

    A revised and updated guide to a classic fly fishing destination.
    This revised and updated guide to a classic fly fishing destination gives anglers the information they need to: · Fish legendary rivers like the Esopus, Beaver Kill, Neversink, Schoharie, and Willowemoc · Discover many lesser-known streams, with light fishing pressure and plentiful native brookies and other trout · Explore the cold, deep mountain reservoirs--Pepacton, Cannonsville, Schoharie, Neversink, Ashokan, and Rondout--with their miles of undeveloped shorelines and remarkable trophy fish · Fish the Delaware by canoe and find shad in season, as well as trout, bass, and walleye · Dozens of maps and local hatch charts provide essential data for the region. 30 black-and-white photographs, 28 maps, index

     
    Striped Bass Fishing: Salt Water Strategies (Salt Water Sportsman)
    Striped Bass Fishing: Salt Water Strategies (Salt Water Sportsman)
    by Editors of Creative Publishing, The Outdoor Editors of CPi
    Hardcover from Creative Publishing international
    ISBN: 0865731136
    Learn what it takes to catch the aggressive and powerful striped bass. Striped Bass Fishing includes invaluable advice from the nation's top striped bass experts. The tips and techniques you'll learn will guide you to catching more and larger bass, wherever you fish.

    This complete references covers a wide range of topics to help you become a better bass fisherman. From the feeding habits and other behavior patterns to special tactics to catch trophy-sized bass, it's all in this book. The experts even teach how to release your striper so the population can be managed, and the sport can be maintained.

     
    Fishing the Delaware and Maryland Coasts
    Fishing the Delaware and Maryland Coasts
    by Andy Snyder
    Paperback from Burford Books
    ISBN: 1580801374

    Complete where-to-fish guide for coastal DE and MD (does not cover Chesapeake Bay).
     
    Tales From Delaware Bay: Crabbing, Boating, Trapping, Net Fishing, Sports Fishing
    Tales From Delaware Bay: Crabbing, Boating, Trapping, Net Fishing, Sports Fishing
    by James Milton Hanna
    Paperback from Cherokee Books (DE)
    ISBN: 0964045826

    Tales From Delaware Bay is a collection of stories of Watermen who earn their living from the bay. The stories are non-fiction accounts of crabbing, boating, trapping, net fishing and sports fishing.
     
    Delaware River (River Journal)
    by George Spector
    Paperback from Frank Amato Publications, Inc.

    Fishing the Delaware Valley
    by Robert F. Marler, Robert R. Smith, George H., Jr. Ingram, Joe Humphreys
    Hardcover from Temple Univ Press

    Mid-Atlantic Budget Angler: Fly-Fishing for Trout in Delaware, Ma
    by Ann McIntosh
    Paperback from Stackpole Books

     
     
     
     

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