My main goal is to provide you with a memorable fishing experience.

Whether you are a first time fly fisherman or a  seasoned angler, I will make your day exciting, productive, and most of all enjoyable!
     Drifting         Dun

GUIDE    SERVICE


  WITH
               
                 STEVE TAGGART

THE BEST TIME TO FLOAT THE MAINSTEM OF THE DELAWARE FOR TROUT IS FROM MID APRIL TO JULY
AND SEPT-OCT  
WHEN THE WATER REACHES 70*
WE WILL HEAD UPRIVER TO COOLER WATER
  Drifting Dun
          With
Steve Taggart
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(201)218-5776 or (845)342-1670
SMALLMOUTH BASS AND WALLEYE FISHING TRIPS
       ON FLY RODS OR LIGHT SPINNING TACKLE
                      MID JUNE - NOVEMBER
Captain Dapra - 21'' Lower Mainstem Brown
Maury- 23" East Branch Brown
Larry- 22" East Branch Brown
DRY FLY FISHING
        AT ITS
     BEST!!!!!
THE UPPER DELAWARE RIVER
"Steve Taggart is the most enthusiastic and hard working guide I've ever fished with. At the height of the season when most guys were fighting the crowds, Steve took us to a stretch with no other fishermen and put us on to big rising trout.  He also proved to be an very competent and patient instructor, helping me and my fishing partner improve our casting and dry fly fishing over the course of the day.  Whether you're looking for a guide to teach you about the upper Delaware system, improve your skills, or just put you on some nice fish, I would highly recommend Steve Taggart.   Just be careful - he'll have you out past your bedtime if the fish are biting!" ----- Tim from Callifon,NJ

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IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SECLUDED FLY FISHING ON THE UPPER DELAWARE RIVER,
THEN DRIFTING DUN GUIDE SERVICE IS FOR YOU!
With my home base in East Branch Ny, most of my floats are from Buckingham to Callicoon on the
Main Stem of the Delaware, Lower East Branch, and the Upper East Branch when the water is just right.
                Lodging....New for 2013

New Trout Camp, in a spacious home on a secluded road. It is located 3 miles from public access on the Beaverkill, 5 miles from the Upper and lower East Branch, and 7 miles from Long Eddy on the Main Stem of the Delaware. It is on 16 acres with plenty of wildlife. If you are a turkey hunter...blast and cast!!

After a long day of fishing sit by a campfire and listen to the creek flow by as I grill up some food. If its raining we can sit by a fire in the den.

Checkout the pictures below.
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