Explore snakehead fishing on the Delaware River
June through September
Save $50 on SnakeHead Trips from June 15th to September 11th
June 1st Split Trips for Striped Bass and Snakeheads,
June 15th Snakeheads only trips.
Sankeheads are topwater smashing, teeth thrashing, agressive fish not native to the Delaware River water shed. The Delaware River first started seeing Sankeheads 12 plus years ago and since then their numbers and sizes have grown exponentially.
About this trip:
4 hour trip, $350
Tackle and equipment
Great for mid-entry level to advanced
Light Tackle Fishing
Bi-Catch Largemouth and Smallmouth
Fishing the Delaware River either a Pennsylvania or a New Jersey License will work for the Delaware River. You can typically buy a single day, multi-day or yearly fishing license at your local tackle shop, sporting goods store or Walmart. New Jersey offers online license and Pennsylvania licensing
NJ Buddy License can save you and your buddy some money NJ Buddy License
Note: Snakeheads Read
To maximize your fishing experience I would reccomend having both a New jersy and Pennsylvania fishing license. This will give us the flexibility to up creeks and other cuts that are off the main steam of the Delaware River that a single license may not cover. If you bring a Pennsylvania license only we can only fish the Pennsylvania waters, same is true with New Jersey License
What to Wear
During the late spring the weather can be very nice but it can also bring rain storms. Check the weather first and bring the approriate clothing bassed on the forcast. Dress in layers and bring a rain gear when appropriate.
Typically in the summer months shorts and short sleeves are fine but a hat is mandatory to keep the sun glare from obstructiong you view of the water and fish.
What to Bring
All tackle and equipement is provided. Make sure you have a good pair of polirized sun glasses, hat, buff, food, snacks, and a small cooler. Or let us know and we can bring the cooler, just bring the ice.
If you wish to bring your own Rod and Reel or tackle feel free.
Meduim Light action to Medium Action Rods work best for Snakeheads, bascially largemouth equipment.
If I can fill the trip time slot I will return your deposit
Snakehead fishing on the Delaware River can be explosive topwater slamming action. These vicious predators will sit in the cover and crash your bait as it comes buzzing by, mercilessly. One of the best things about Snakehead fishing other than the incerdible battle they put up, you will inevitably catch other great fish like Smallmouth, Largemouth, Bowfin, Crappie, Perch, and more. These trips give anglers of all skill sets chance at some solid action.