Wayne County PA Renowned Worldwide

As Premier Fly Fishing Destination

Northeastern Pennsylvania, whose waters are steeped in American angling history, boasts some of the best fly fishing for trout in the world. The region is home to the Upper Delaware River, a pristine tailwater fishery treasured by anglers worldwide for its gorgeous surroundings and large wild brown and rainbow trout.

A number of  fly fishing clubs, including the prestigious Blooming Grove Club, have made their homes on the region's trout streams. Dozens of well-known streams, including the Dyberry Creek, provide first-class public angling for seasoned pros and beginners alike. For anglers looking for other kinds of action, the area's many lakes and rivers provide excellent fly fishing for bass, carp and other game fish.

Area Trophy Trout Waters include the Lackawaxen River and the West Branch of Upper Delaware River in northeastern Wayne County, while the lower Delaware River ranks as a World Class fly fishing destination.


Our thanks go to A & G Outfitters for the information provided here.