Fly-Fishing Trails in Virginia
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Fly-Fishing Trails in Virginia

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Virginia has 40 fly-fishing trails. These trails range from 0 to 3.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are North Fork Moormans River, Passage Creek and Mossy Creek. Trails.com member Joseph G. recently completed Lake Brittle.
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The middle section above Hidden Valley is wonderful and well worth fishing. Virginia’s ...
Heavily damaged by hurricanes in the mid-90s, Rapidan River is recovering. Good fishing ...
It would be the rare fly angler indeed who could pass up the opportunity to fish the Whitetop ...
For decades, anglers after wary mountain trout have enjoyed the St. Mary’s River in the ...
It surprises most anglers to learn that the South River was one of the first urban trout ...
Less popular than the South Fork, Shenandoah’s North Fork is traditionally home to plenty ...
The easiest way to reach the Rose River is to drive to the end of Route 670 and park at ...
The Rapidan River is the best-known trout stream in the Shenandoah National Park and perhaps, ...
When you say that you’re headed out to fish the Rapidan, the vast majority of fly anglers ...
Situated in scenic Botetourt County near Natural Bridge, the North Creek deserves any ...
Holmes Run is a quiet little creek that runs from the dam at Lake Barcroft in Fairfax ...
Dragon Run is a difficult place to describe to those who have never seen it. “The Dragon,” ...
Few Virginia locales offer fly anglers the variety of saltwater fishing opportunities ...
Back Creek, tucked away in the far western reaches of the state, is home to beautiful ...
Premier trout river. Plunge pools, shaded runs, clear water, steep gradient. Two-mile ...
Occasionally good fly angling rivers simply get overlooked. Such is the case of the Rivanna ...
Most Virginia anglers know of the Rappahannock but know little about its upper reaches—which ...
Virginia’s Rappahannock, affectionately known as the Rap, has a long and colorful history. ...
In 1607 Captain John Smith sailed as far up the James River as he could go. Reaching what ...
Few Virginia waters can rival the trout fishing on the Jackson River. The Jackson courses ...
The Holston River has three forks—North, Middle, and South—but I’ve chosen to concentrate ...
Chesapeake Bay anglers have so much water to choose from that many places go untouched ...
The Conway River, known as Middle River by locals, flows through both the Rapidan Wildlife ...
If you listen carefully you can probably hear the traffic of Northern Virginia whizzing ...
North Fork Moormans River runs a modest path down the foothills of the Blue Ridge along ...
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