SWVA Fishing Streams
Big Brumley Creek (#35)
Abingdon, Rt 690/Hidden Valley Road
The creek flows from Hidden Valley WMA and down off of Clinch Mountain. It is considered the closest trout fishing water to Abingdon.
Big Cedar Creek (#33)
36.962330 -82.053185, Located near Lebanon within the Pinnacle Natural Area Preserve, Rt 721
Big Stony/Mountain Fork
36.886074, -82.613223, High Knob
Big Stony Creek (Mountain Fork) and its tributaries flow within the Jefferson National Forest from the outlet of High Knob Lake downstream to the confluence of Chimney Rock Fork. Big Stony Creek is CATCH AND RELEASE only for trout.
Big Tumbling Creek (#36)
36.91102147177924, -81.83957240723414, Rt 747/Tumbling Creek Road, Saltville
The Clinch Mountain fee fishing area is Tumbling Creek and offers put-and-take trout fishing with the added advantage that trout are stocked several times per week throughout the season.
Brumley Creek (#34)
36.841501, -82.093746, Abingdon, Rt 690/Hidden Valley Road
The creek flows from Hidden Valley Wildlife Management Area and down off of Clinch Mountain. It is considered the closest trout fishing water to Abingdon and the lower portion is stocked and special reg.
Clear Creek (#29)
3.937224, -82.590835, FR293, Norton area
This stream runs through the Clinch Ranger District of the Jefferson National Forest where you’ll find Brown and Rainbow Trout.
Cove Creek (#40)
37.176785 -81.294266, Rt 662, Near Bluefield
Cove Creek is a stream located just 5.4 miles from Bluefield, VA.
Frying Pan Creek (#32)
37.16370, -82.25545, Rt 80/Sandlick Road, South of Haysi
Little Stony Creek (#27)
36.869415, -82.462808, FR 701 (Little Stony Falls 36.87080, -82.46203)
Little Stony flows in the Clinch Ranger District of the Jefferson National Forest between Coeburn and Dungannon.
Little Tumbling Creek (#37)
36.969837 -81.625389, south of Laurel Bed Lake in the Wildlife Management Area, Rt 747/Tumbling Creek Road
Martins Creek (#26)
36.674606, -83.356844, Rose Hill, Rt672/Martins Creek Road
Mountain Fork (#31)
We’re working on this one… check back.
Roaring Fork (#38)
37.034611, -81.480753, Roaring Fork Road
This stream flows from Heninger Gap to Laurel Creek near Poor Valley
Straight Fork (#30)
36.820508, -82.629076, Scott County at Devil’s Fork – 36.884479, -82.628062, High Knob near Rt 619)
Wolf Creek (#39)
37.129825, -81.359002, Rt 623/Burkes Garden Road
Wolf Creek is a freestone stream that stretches from Burkes Garden in Tazewell County to the New River in Giles County Virginia.
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