Carroll County

Carroll County

Fishing the New River in Carroll County Va

Nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Plateau, where the Virginia Piedmont meets the Appalachian Mountains, Carroll County boasts an ideal setting for fishing within many of its mountain streams, including Little Reed Island Creek, Pauls Creek, Laurel Fork, Burks Fork, and Snake Creek.

fishing Little Reed Island Creek in Carroll County VaCrooked Creek Wildlife Management Area offers excellent fishing opportunity for both native and stocked trout. Totaling about 2.8 miles of native brook trout water and 3.5 miles of stocked rainbow and brown trout water.

Superb native brook trout fishing describes the angling opportunity at Stewart’s Creek Wildlife Management Area. Both forks begin high in the mountains, then cascade through steep rocky gorges. There are five sections of streams on the tract, summing 4.8 miles.

In the Northwestern corridor of the county, The New River, the oldest river in North America and second oldest in the world, winds up to Buck Dam, where a variety of fish are frequently caught. Nearby, Chestnut Creek parallels the New River Trail State Park.

Lovill's Lake fishing in Carroll County Va
In the Southeastern part of the county, the picturesque setting at Lovill’s Creek Lake’s welcomes a varied and abundant fish population, while Lovills Creek, which extends to Mount Airy, NC, is known for its rainbow trout.

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