Shenandoah County

Shenandoah County

The North Fork of the Shenandoah River winds its way back and forth over 72 miles through scenic Shenandoah County.  Bedrock ledges create a unique fishing habitat where angling can be very productive.

fishing the Shenandoah River 

The North Fork is a relatively narrow, shallow river and is easily accessible for wide angling. Shenandoah County also has over 31 miles of trout streams within the George Washington National Forest. Stocked trout areas include Passage Creek, Peters Mill Creek, and Tomahawk Pond.  

Harry Murray flyfishing the Shenandoah RiverIn addition to excellent fishing, Shenandoah County offers six charming, small towns for visitors to explore. Enjoy abundant outdoor recreation, award-winning vineyards, craft breweries, awe-inspiring caverns, rich history, and unique local flavors. 

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