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Both the North and South Fork of the Shenandoah River are both too high for good fishing. The North Fork of the Shenandoah River should be fishable by Thursday, May 11,2 017. The South Fork of the Shenandoah River should be fishable by Wednesday, May 17, 2017.

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Murray's Heavy Olive Hellgrammite, Murray's Heavy Brown Hellgrammite and Murray's Heavy Black Hellgrammite.  Smallmouth Bass Streams: The natural hellgrammites are very active in the riffles now and the large bass are feeding heavily upon them. One effective tactic is to fish large nymphs upstream dead drift in all of the pockets over three feet deep. My favorite flies are the Murray's Heavy Black Hellgrammite size 4, Murray's Heavy Olive Hellgrammite size 4 and Murray's Heavy Brown Hellgrammite size 4. Access point #18 (Meem's Bottom) is good on the North Fork of the Shenandoah River. Access point #11 (Seakford) is good...

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The South Fork of the Shenandoah River is too muddy for good fishing. The North Fork of the Shenandoah River is discolored but should be fishable by Saturday, April 29, 2017

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Murray's Magnum Darter Streamer, Murray's Magnum Creek Chub Streamer and Murray's Magnum Hog Sucker Streamer Smallmouth Bass Streams: The smallmouth bass rivers are full now but the bank bays will be good in several days. The bank bays which are cut into the river banks by floods over the past years often hold some large bass. These bass feed in the deeper areas right where they meet the main currents in the river. A Scientific Anglers Sonar Sink Tip III Sinking Fly Line with a Murray's Fluorocarbon 6 foot 2X Sinking Line Leader helps me get the depth I need...

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Murray's Magnum Darter Streamer, Murray's Magnum Creek Chub Streamer and Murray's Magnum Hog Sucker Streamer. Smallmouth Bass Streams: We are catching some nice size bass in the bank bays which are cut into the river banks by previous floods. These may reach ten to fifteen feet back into the bank and extend fifteen to twenty feet down the river with the water running from three to five feet deep in them. There are many of these feeding stations downstream from access point #3 (Burnshire Bridge) on the North Fork of the Shenandoah River and upstream from access point #11 (Seakford)...

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