Seneca Creek Fly Fishing

The 2nd most popular fly fishing river in West Virginia.

East of Elkins near Senaca Rocks, the Seneca Creek is a 10 mile stream known for brook trout and rainbow trout. The Seneca Creek is not well-known and you may not see any other fly fishermen on its 9 miles of fly fishing waters.

One of the best sections for fly fishing Seneca Creek is to park is at the Allegheny Mountain Trailhead off Whites Run Road. Try the fly fishing above Whites Run.

Overall, Seneca Creek is the 2nd most popular fly fishing river of all 8 fly fishing spots in West Virginia.

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Local Contact(s):  MNF (304) 257-4488; Pendelton Tourism (304) 358-7573; WV Tourism (800) CALLWVA; CMI Extreme Sports, Franklin (304) 358-7041.

Recommended Book:  "Americas 100 Best Trout Streams" from John Ross

Base Camp:  Harmans North Fork Cottages, Hopeville (304) 257-2220; Wildernest Inn, Upper Tract (304) 257-9076

Luxury Loding:  North Fork Mountain Inn, Cabins; (304) 257-1108

Breakfast Restaurant:  Thompsons, Franklin; Hendricks 4-U Cafe, Seneca

Reference Source:  click here http://www.fs.fed.us/r9/mnf/

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Date Updated:  7/15/2016

ID:  19974

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