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VIRGINIA FISHING REPORT 
Stream Conditions, Trout Report

Appalachian & Allegheny Mountains
Shenandoah National Park, Shenandoah Valley
Trout and Smallmouth Bass
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Nov.11, 2013

 

Virginia Fly Fishing in the Shenandoah Valley. Virginia fly fishing, Va Fly Fishing, Fly Fish Virginia, Virginia fly fishing with Wild Mountain Trout Fly Fishing.

Virginia Fly Fishing in the Shenandoah Valley. Virginia fly fishing, Va Fly Fishing, Fly Fish Virginia, Virginia fly fishing with Wild Mountain Trout Fly Fishing.

 

Nov.11, 2013, 2013
VIRGINIA TROUT STREAM and FISHING REPORT
Accessibility: Most Forest Service roads are in decent shape.
Water Clarity: 100% clear. 
Water Level Spring Influenced:
Good. Depending on stream, there is 50-60% stream channel coverage.

Water Level Spring Creek:  Poor to Fair. Stream channel coverage is from 5-25%. 

Water Temperature:
 42-48 in mountain streams.

Weekday and Weekend Fly Fishing Pressure Wild Waters:  Few trout anglers currently angling as the water levels in most of the wild spring creeks is too low for fishing. 

Weekday and Weekend Fly Fishing Pressure - Stocked Special Regulation Waters:  Angling is low on weekdays and dropping on weekends as hunting season is in full strength. 

Technique for Wild and Special Regulation Areas:  BD Nymphs anytime of the day. As the season cools, 10am to 3pm works best in the sunny spots.

 

Bass Report will return in late-May 2014

VIRGINIA SMALLMOUTH BASS FLY-FISHING REPORT: 
Water Clarity:
100% clear. Roaming thunderstorms may cause some waters to be discolored.
Water Level:
Perfect.
Water Temperature:
 70. 
Weekend Fishing Pressure:
low-moderate. 
Weekday Fishing Pressure:
Very Low to none.  
Technique:
Streamers in faster water, poppers in slow water near the shallow river edges.  Best success late-day up to minutes before darkness followed by daybreak.
Road Accessibility
: Accessible everywhere.
Success: 
Smallmouth season is winding down as anglers prepare for autumn trout.

Virginia SMALLMOUTH FISHING REPORT Coverage Region: Augusta County, Rockbridge County, Highland County, Augusta/Rockingham County line. 



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Virginia TROUT FISHING REPORT Coverage Region:  

Shenandoah National Park: From Afton to the Rapidan and Staunton Rivers. Counties include Madison, Greene, Albemarle, Rockingham and Augusta. Cities/Towns include Madison, Stanardsville, Wolftown, Ruckersville, Graves Mill, Criglersville, Charlottesville, Swift Run, McGaheysville, Harrisonburg and Waynesboro, Virginia. 

Appalachian, Allegheny, Shenandoah and Great/Big North Mountains: Counties include Augusta, Rockingham, Highland, Bath, Allegheny, Rockbridge, Nelson and Botetourt. Cities/Towns include Staunton, Waynesboro, Harrisonburg, Wintergreen, Lexington, Buena Vista, Clifton Forge, Covington, Monterey, Warm Springs, Hot Springs and Natural Bridge plus the numerous small communities around these cities/towns in Virginia.

Blue Ridge Parkway: From Afton Mountain Entrance to just beyond Arcadia and Buchanan. Counties include Augusta, Nelson, Rockbridge and Botetourt. Points of Interest include Humpback Rock, Wintergreen, Upper St. Mary's Wilderness Area, White Rock Gap Run and falls, Montibello, Whetstone Ridge, Irish Creek, Brown's Run, Yankee Horse Cascades and Otter Creek. Communities include Montibello, Buena Vista, Arcadia and Buchanan in Virginia.

 

For a MAP of the above fishing report, as well as where we Guide, visit here.

For other outdoor activities including HIKING and NATURE STUDIES, please visit our other site "Virginia Nature Guide". Master Naturalist led.

 




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We Guide/Instruct 7 days a week...~350 days a Year
Stephen T. Gibson: Owner & Main Guide
   
 Half-Day/4hr 1 angler - $160 cash 
 Half-Day/4hr 2 anglers - $250 cash [same as $125 each
   
 Full Day 1 angler - $230 cash
 Full Day 2 anglers - $280 [same as $140 each]  
   
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Schedule: 
March to early June - Trout
Late May through late-September - Bass
Late-September through December - Trout

Trout Selections for Guiding and/or Instructions:
* Special Regulation Trophy Trout Waters: Rainbows & Browns
* Special Regulation Trophy Trout Waters: Browns
* Special Regulation Delayed Harvest Waters: Rainbows, Browns & Brook
* Special Regulation Wild: Native Brook & few Wild Rainbows
* Native Brook Trout Streams
* Stocked Trout Waters

Note: All fly fishing for trout requires the use of waders and wading boots.

Smallmouth Bass Selections for Guiding and/or Instructions:
* Wet wade in crystal clear waters: Smallmouth Bass, Rock Bass & Sunfish
   (late May to mid-September)


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Virginia Fly Fishing OR Hiking in Virginia, whether on land or in water, let us plan your trip. A Shenandoah Valley Naturalist Experience. Here are a few places we enjoy an outdoor adventure for fly fishing, hiking, nature, trails, walking,  the wilderness, waterfalls, natural resource studies and more.... Staunton, Harrisonburg, Charlottesville, Stanardsville, Lexington, Waynesboro and surrounding counties. Shenandoah National Park, Blue Ridge Parkway, George Washington National Forest, Mossy Creek, Jackson River, Buffalo Creek, St. Mary's, Ramsey Draft, Rose River, North River, Buffalo Creek, Back Creek, South River, Conway, Little North Mountain Wildlife Management Area, Goshen Wildlife Management Area and Augusta Wetlands. 

For a non-fishing outdoor adventure in our national park and surrounding areas, click HERE to explore the activities from our other site "Virginia Nature Guide"..

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      Staunton, VA ... Shenandoah Valley

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