Whitetop Laurel Creek in Washington County, Virginia is one of state's largest and most beautiful wild trout streams. Approximately seven miles are stocked trout waters located on both private and public lands with an additional five miles of special regulation waters flowing through the Mount Rogers National Recreational Area. Within the special regulation sections, anglers have the opportunity to catch brook, brown, and rainbow trout while enjoying the scenic mountain atmosphere.

The special regulation sections are fully accessible recreation facilities with wildlife viewing platforms and streamside wheelchair accessibility making Whitetop Laurel Creek available to all anglers.

A visitor from Knoxville, Tennessee - Fishing Laurel Creek

Article from Virginia Creeper Fly Shop on fishing local streams.

Fly-fishing in Southwest Virginia
Article from visitabingdonva.com

Whitetop Laurel
Youtube video - Winter fishing on Whitetop Laurel