Stocking Schedule

" 4/1- Tye River 4/2- Big Back Creek 4/8- Jackson River- Hidden Valley, Lower Pedlar 4/9- Cowpasture, Roaring Run 4/10 Jackson River- Poor Farm 4/15, North Creek, Mill Creek, Maury River 4/16- Bullapasture River, Irish Creek 4/17- Smith Creek, Clifton Forge Reservoir 4/18- Big Back Creek "

Fly Fishing Tips

" April sees all streams coming to life with lots of insects hatching. Droppers are good now. "

Latest Stream Conditions

Have You Heard

" ''Brookies are my favorite. They're the only trout native to Virginia and they live in nice places. John catches a memory, a recollection of the fragrant smells of mountain greenery, a chorus of birdsongs mingling with the symphony of a rushing stream- things that once experienced, hook you as surely as a fly hooks a brookie.'' "

Southern Living Magazine

Words from the Stream



Smaller Dry Stoneflies and Caddis Have Brought Lots of trout to The Net this Week, We took a 6 pound Rainbow on A #18 Stone just Below this 15'' One 3 days ago.



Watch the Orvis Link below for some amazing video



 4/24/14-   Excellent Water Levels-- The weather has been outstanding for fishing the last several days. Caddis and small Stones are very prominent in numbers now.  On top March Browns,  Blue Quill, small Black stones,  Quill Gordons, small Caddis #14-18 olive, black  & tan, BWO- nymphs- stonefly, caddis,  - minnow imitations are producing super excellent in all waters. 


Hatches of Note In Progress & Coming Up-  Quill Gordon, Caddis-Tan-Black-Olive, Blue Quill, Hendricksons,Small Black Stonefly,BWO, March Browns , Light Cahills



Booking trips Now For the Upcoming Season



 A Spring Day On A Virginia Trout Stream is Hard to Beat- Lots of Red Bud & Wild Flowers are Coming Up

Fun For All!


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Llewelyn Lodge

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