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River Journal: Delaware River

By George Spector

Describes this rich ecosystem of abundant and diversified insect life: trout heaven. Includes local lore, points of interest, and suggested flies and presentations. Full-color, map, color fly plates.

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ISBN: 1-57188-264-2

EAN: 978-1-57188-264-6

Binding: Softcover

Publish Date: 15/11/2001

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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. A fascinating book filled with local stories, points of interest, and colorful characters. Its full-color photos on thick glossy paper make it as attractive as it is useful. Detailed river map, color fly plates, and a suggestion list of flies and how to fish them. An excllent get-to-know-the-water book on this famed fishing area of New York.

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Weight1.7 lbs
Dimensions9.1 × 6.6 × 1.1 in

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