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Default Delaware River launch ramps - access and fish species

The Delaware River. Beginning in Hancock New York - : to the Commodore Barry Bridge

Towns and Launches North to South
West Branch --
Balls Eddy Launch via secondary road on
the Pa. side off of Route 17 (NY Quickway)
Trout
East Branch
Trout and small mouth Bass
June prime time for Shad and trout
Buckingham Launch
Near
Lordville NY via NY route 97 secondary paved road limited access.
drift fishing shad and trout.
Long Eddy NY Trout and Small Mouth
Hankins NY Trout and Small Mouth
Calicoon NY
Calicoon NY Launch via Route 97 good launching at Calicoon both sides of the river
Shad trout and smallmouth
Cochecton NY
Damascus Pennsylvania
Shad and smallmouth Bass Good launch faciliteis at the Damascus Cohecton bridge
rte 371 Pa side
access via route 97 NY
Narrowsburgh, NY
Narrowsburgh launch
Good launches on each side of the river
Walleye shad musky and smallmouth
reached via NY rte 97 or Pa. rte 652.
Deep pool.
Lackawaxen Launch
Top shad pool on the river Smallmouth and walleye
Excellent trout lackawaxen creek.

Shahola Pa.
Barryville NY
Limited shore access on the Pa. side. private property surrounds it.
They are rebuilding the bridge.
Some access via toute 97. Mostly private canoe launches.
smallmouth shad, trout in Shahola creek

Mongaup River NY,
Quality trout artificials only.
Good shore fishing via rte 97. Excellent stretch for early season shad.
Launch facilities in Matamorous Pa. side.
Port Jervis NY
Matamoras Pa. Launch
This is where NY, NJ, and Pa. meet. NJ town is Montague.
Limited to fair shore fishing. Excellent drift July and august.
Top shad pool with smallmouth Musky and Walleye.
Shore fishing New Jersey side.
Via Pa. route 209 and NJ rte 206
Milford Pa.
Milford Launch
Musky Walleye Shad and small mouth.
Milford launch is off of route 209 in Pa.
Dingmans Ferry Pa.
Dingmans Ferry Launch Pool at the bridge is a top shad fishing hotspot.
Excellent fishing for miles upstream.
Walleye smallmouths and musky.
Ramp at Pa side of river rte 739 at Bridge.
Some shore fishing via secondary roads on the NJ side.
I think its Peters crossing.
Eshback launch (Bushkill Pa.)
Route 209
Bushkill Pa.
Bushkill Pa. Launch ramp
Route 209
Smallmouth walleye catfish Musky and shad

Depew launch NJ
Poxomo launch NJ.
Smallmouth walleye catfish Musky and shad
Both accessed from route 80
Smithfield Beach Pa. Launch
Route 209
Both excellent shad smallmouth musky walleye.
Striper
Worthington Park New Jersey
and
Kittitinny Launch New Jersey
Launches and Shore fishing via NJ rte 46 and Interstate 80 and Pa rte 611

Stroudsburg Pa.
Delaware Water Gap.

Striper
Smallmouth Walleye Catfish Musky and shad
Portland Pa.
Portland Pa.Launch
There is a launch ramp at Met Ed that is limited in space.

Belvidere NJ
Belvidere Launch
Limited shore access from either side. Launch and upstream best for
Walleye Striper smallmouth shad musky.
Reached via exit from route 46.
Martins Creek Launch
Martins Creek Pa. reached via secondary roads.
Good fishing either direction. Striper shad smallmouth

Sandts Eddy Launch Pa.
Some of the best fishing waters on the entire river
Phillipsburgh
Phillipsburgh New Jersey Launch
Easton Pa.
Easton Pa. Launch Lehigh river
Shore and boat fishing via Pa route 611 and secondary NJ roads.
Shad Walleye , smallmouth, Striper musky
Reigelsville NJ
Reigelsville Pa.
Reigelsville New Jersey side Launch
Holland New Jersey

This area has several car top launches
Scott Park and Frye Fun Park that accommodate car top boats and canoes.
No major launches. There is a small narrow steep hill launch at Regelsville NJ side via route 29
Reigelsville Pa is route 611
Shore access here. Some shore access at both sides.
Walleye Striper shad Musky
Upper Black Eddy Pa.
Upper Black Eddy Launch
Frenchtown New Jersey
Good launch facility at Upper Black Eddy Pa ramp or
Tinicum Park
Both Pa side on route 32
Kingwood Launch NJ
Shore fishing on either side. NJ via route 29

Excellent shad fishing mid April to mid May Striper smallmouth musky, walleye, catfish and large panfish

Lambertville NJ
New Hope Pa. Wing Dam
Launch at Lambertville
Famous shad pool
Boat fishing upstream shore fishing downstream NJ route 29 Pa route 32
Striper shad and catfish smallmouth walleye and musky

Washingtons Crossing Pa.
Striper shad and Big catfish
smallmouth walleye and musky

Yardley Pa.
Yardley launch
Good facilities here
Shad begins mid to late March. productive fishing downstream to Trenton. Striper, smallmouth, musky, walleye, catfish and shad

Morrisville Pa.
Trenton New Jersey
City of Trenton Waterfront park Launch access.
Off of route 29

Burlington NJ.
Bordentown Beach NJ launch $25 fee out of state resident
End of park street broadway

Neshiminy State Park Launch
Starret road off of exit I95

City of Philadelphia Pa.
City of Philadelphia Boat ramp
Linden Avenue Philadelphia

Tacony
Tacony access
Milnor Street and Princeton Avenue
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