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Currently the North Fork of the Shenandoah River is clearing but is still too high for good wading and fishing.  The South Fork of the Shenandoah is currently discolored and way too high for good fishing. We will post updates as the conditions change Mount Jackson 4.60 ft 1060cfs Strasburg 4.30 ft 1740cfs Luray 6.33 ft 5070cfs

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UPDATED 4/15/19 The North and South Fork of the Shenandoah River are both high and muddy from the rain over the last several days.  Portions of these streams should be back in shape by Thurseday April 18, 2019.

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This is the time of the year I begin picking the pockets for smallmouth bass below the river crossing ledges. Many 4 foot deep pockets the size of a billiard table will often give me several large bass if I fish my flies slowly along the stream bottom. Stream Conditions:  The North Fork of the Shenandoah River is clear and fishable upstream of Mount Jackson.  Keep in mind the river is still running at full water levels so be careful wading. The areas of #18 & #19 on our marked store map would give you better water levels at this...

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Update December 15--The North and South Fork are currently too high and discolored from the recent rains.  We the expected rainfall for this weekend, it will take some time for them to clear and drop.  I will post more updates as the conditions change. Original Post December 13--We are catching some large bass right below the riffles where they drop into deep pools using the Murray's Tungsten Cone Head Marauder in either pearl or olive in size 4.  On the North Fork of the Shenandoah access point #1 right below the old Farmers Mill Dam off the upper parking spot...

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The river levels are dropping nicely. The North Fork is clear, full and fishable. Still use caution while wading.  We are catching some nice bass on the North Fork of the Shenandoah River where there are small feeder streams entering the main rivers. The mouths of these streams hold great numbers of hogsuckers and crayfish and the bass feed heavily on them. The mouth of Big Stoney Creek and Narrow Passage Creek are excellent areas.  My favorite flies for these areas are the Murray's Magnum HogSucker size 4 and Murray's Crayfish size 6. North Fork at Mount Jackson 3.63 ft ...

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