Second Creek Fly Fishing

The 6th most popular fly fishing river in West Virginia.

Southeast of Charleston and Beckley, the Second Creek is popular for fly fishing its rainbow trout and brown trout. The Second Creek starts up on Peters Mountain and is fed by numerous springs resulting in low water temperatures. The Second Creek flows through hardwood forest and meadows on the way to the Greenbrier River confluence.

The most popular section for fly fishing on Second Creek is the 1.5 mile catch and release zone at Rodgers Mill located about 5 miles south of Ronceverte.

Overall, Second Creek is the 6th most popular fly fishing river of all 8 fly fishing spots in West Virginia.

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Local Contact(s):  WV Tourism (800) CALLWVA

Recommended Book:  "Orvis Fly Fishing Guide" from Tom Rosenbauer

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Date Updated:  7/19/2016

ID:  22771

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