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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Fall Smallmouth Bass on the Upper Delaware River

In September and October you can have some excellent smallmouth fishing on the Upper Delaware River. 

Many fishermen travel to the well known wild trout fishery of The Upper Delaware River to catch the wild rainbows or browns the river is famous for and on their way pass a stretch of river with its own challenging wild fishery.

This stretch of the Delaware encompasses over fifty miles of prime smallmouth habitat and is part of the nearly seventy-five mile long Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River.

Cross Current Guide Service and Orvis Endorsed Fly Fishing Guide, Capt. Joe Demalderis can guide you with light tackle or fly fishing gear for the smallmouth on the Upper Delaware. Floating the river in a sixteen-foot ClackaCraft drift boat is the perfect way to experience the fun and excitement of smallmouth fishing.

Cross Current Guide Service always has premium tackle available for their clients to use, or of course, anglers are always welcome to bring their own.

So, grab your fly or spinning rod and enjoy a day in the autumn foliage catching some feisty smallmouth bass.