The Destination Angler Podcast – July 14, 2022
Today our destination is the world-famous Upper Delaware River and our guest is expert fly angler and guide, Bruce Miller, with the Delaware River Club.
Today our destination is the world-famous Upper Delaware River and our guest is expert fly angler and guide, Bruce Miller, with the Delaware River Club. Just a few hours from New York City, the Upper Delaware is considered one of the best technical dry fly fisheries in the country.
Bruce began fishing the Delaware in the 1970’s and bought his first drift boat 1985. He is now a self-described dry fly and streamer purist and has been guiding clients since 2007 after a career at IBM as a programmer.
Bruce untangles the hatch chart and gives us the low down of the East, West, and Main branches, the great fishing in the many reservoirs in the area, plus tips on downstream presentations and streamer fishing. Stick around to the very end for a great tip on a fantastic honey hole to end your day.
With host, Steve Haigh
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Recorded June 8, 2022. Episode 69
Music on the show by A Brother’s Fountain, “Hitch Hike-Man”.
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