Stream Category: Wild and Class B ( The VDGIF still has signs up for stockings, but on their interactive map it just shows Middle Creek as a Wild Trout Stream)
Wild Trout: Rainbow Trout
Stocked: Rainbow Trout
- Dry Flies: Adams, Caddis, Midges
- Nymphs: Midges, Pheasant Tail, Hares Ear, Prince, Stoneflies
- Streamers: Wooly Bugger
- Waders: No
- Net: No
Casting: Roll, some Over Head, and Tuck
Middle Creek is not a stream for the faint of heart, or if you are out of shape. This creek rolls through a very deep gorge from Jennings Creek up to the a small camp ground. From there it gets a little bit easier to fish, unfortunately the upper sections gets heavy fishing pressure. I would not recommend this stream to anyone, unless you are prepared to climb over boulders and are able to hiking through some very rugged areas. During the summer times this stream gets very low, so I wouldn’t even bother with it, instead go to North Creek.
Additional Notes: There are several parking areas throughout the stream, but if you do not see one where you want to fish, there are several pull off spaces. Make sure you get off the road completely, cars drive fast on this road and it is very curvy.