Dyberry Creek Fly Fishing
The 39th most popular fly fishing river in Pennsylvania.
Tuesday 28 June 2016 05:49 GMT
Near Honesdale, the Dyberry Creek is a scenic stream with an excellent trout fly fishery. The headwaters of Dyberry Creek are formed by confluence of East and West branches near Tanners Falls. It flows downstream to confluence with Lackawaxen River. The Dyberry Creek is a shady, tree-lined, 50 foot wide river stocked early season. The slow moving pools and small riffles throughout the length of the Dyberry Creek offer excellent fly fishing opportunities. There is access off SR4009, SR4007 and SR4006. Keep in mind that this is an early season fishery.
Upstream of Tanners Falls, both the West Branch of Dyberry Creek and East Branch of Dyberry Creek attract fly fishermen looking for some more remote riffles and pools.
Overall, Dyberry Creek is the 39th most popular fly fishing river of all 49 fly fishing spots in Pennsylvania.