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The first pool that we approached, upstream of the hatchery, was filled with trout. Paul gave me first go, and after 15 minutes of perfect drifts with no takers, it seemed like it might be a long day. We followed the stream North, looking for pools holding fish, and came up empty handed despite seeing fish throughout the stream. Two of my fish took the dropper, but to my delight, the brown trout pictured below was eager to take a dry fly. Unfortunately, that was the extent of our success for the remainder of the day.

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Most fly-fisherman will tell you that regardless of what you bring to the net, any day on the river is a good day, and that was certainly true of our first trout hike of Paul had been to Passage Creek before, but I had not, and I enjoyed exploring the gorgeous scenery, and even some of the oddities. You are commenting using your WordPress.

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Paul casting to a picky trout. Gorgeous creek beds provide ample hiding places for trout. A healthy Brown Trout after release. Approximately 1. Angler parking is located off of Route just north of Route 7, east of Winchester. Access can be gained from Forest Service Road off Route 16, south of Tazewell, some hiking will be required. That portion of stream from the concrete dam at Buller Fish Hatchery downstream to the lower boundary of the Buller Fish Hatchery.

That portion of stream from the Second St. Bridge upstream 2 miles to the Wayne Ave. Bridge in the City of Waynesboro.

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That portion of the stream from its confluence with the Cowpasture River upstream to a cable and posted sign at the discharge from Coursey Springs Hatchery. Parking is available at the angler access just below the hatchery. A trout license is required October 1 through June Approximately 4.

Take Exit 1 off I Follow the trailblazer signs to the area. The stream can be accessed from a parking lot on Town property at the end of State Route , off of State Route 21, south of Wytheville. That portion of stream within the G. Thompson WMA. Foot access is available from the lower Ted Lake Trail parking area located off of Rt. From October 1 through May 31 fishing on the following waters is permitted under specific regulations only:. Note: During the period of June 1 through September 30 restrictions 1 through 3 above will not apply and these waters are like any other designated stocked trout water.

That portion of stream from King Arthur Road downstream 3. That portion of stream from the Rt. That portion of stream from the U.

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The stream parallels the New River Trail State Park, and parking is available at state road crossings and at the trail head in Galax. In addition to the state park, many private landowners have made this program possible and anglers should be sure to respect adjoining private property. That portion of stream from the confluence with the James River upstream 3 miles to Muleshoe Bend as posted. Anglers should turn onto Routes or to access a series of foot trails to the stream that have been developed by the Virginia Department of Forestry VDOF.

That portion of stream from the Lake Barcroft Dam downstream 1. A fairly good trail follows and sometimes crosses the stream from the parking lot off Columbia Pike Route That portion of stream within the boundaries of Wilderness Road State Park.

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The stream can be accessed from Route That portion of stream from the trestle bridge just downstream of the Town of Appalachia to the trestle bridge just upstream of the Town of Big Stone Gap. This stream reach parallels Business Route That portion of stream from the base of Elkhorn Dam downstream 1. This is a remote section of stream that can only be reached by foot trail.

Access is available by parking at Elkhorn Lake and following the trail along the lake to the spillway. This section is immediately downstream of the area that has historically been stocked under the put-and-take program. Parking is available on Forest Service lands adjacent to Route or on Department lands adjacent to Route That portion of stream from the confluence of Tract Fork downstream 2.

Approximately 1 mile of this section is in downtown Pulaski. The U. Forest Service and the Department have cooperated in the development of three access sites to the river located along FS 39 off Route There are two delayed harvest sections located on the Roanoke River near Roanoke.

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The newest section is located within the City of Salem and was established in It is best to access the stream from the park side of the stream, and anglers are encouraged to use the parking areas provided. The Salem section is located along Riverside Drive and stretches from the Colorado Street Bridge downstream approximately 2 miles to the Route Bridge.

This section is most easily accessed from the Riverside Drive side of the river. The fee fishing areas offer put-and-take trout fishing with the added advantage that trout are stocked several times weekly throughout the season. For those anglers who reminisce about the opening day of trout season, these areas still provide this opportunity on the first Saturday in April when they open at a. The fee season may vary among the 3 fee fishing areas.

Refer to information listed under each fee area. Fee areas are closed to fishing 5 days prior to opening day. Children 12 years of age and under can fish without a permit throughout the fee-fishing area as long as they are accompanied by a permitted adult and their combined creel does not exceed that of the adult 6 trout. Daily permits are available at authorized license agents or online www. After the fee fishing season, these areas revert to designated stocked trout waters and a trout license is required instead of the daily permit. The creel limit at these areas is six fish per day, minimum length 7 inches.

Fishermen are required to use separate stringers.

Bait or artificial lures may be used as posted. Children-only fishing area where applicable regulations are posted. This fee area is located in southwest Virginia, about 7 miles west of Saltville. Trout are stocked 4 times per week throughout the fee period, and fishing begins at a. Note: Access to Laurel Bed Lake is also closed the 5 days prior to opening day for this fee area.

Directions: From Saltville, turn left off of Rt. This area is located in Carroll County, 5 miles east of Galax, and consists of a 5-mile stocked section and an approximately 2-mile section managed as a wild trout fishery. Directions: From Galax, take Rt. Trout are stocked 2 times per week throughout the fee period with the exception of the final week of the fee season which will receive a single stocking of a double load. From June 16 through September 14, no trout will be stocked and no daily fee or trout license is required.