Accotink Creek

Guided: Yes Fish Type: Trout
State: VA Current Rating: Fair
County: Fairfax Last Updated: Nov 02, 2016

Water is on the low side. Few trout at this time. Kreelexes, San Juan Worms, Beadhead Nymphs and egg patterns will take fish. Fishing the deeper pools will give you a better shot at landing fish. For all Chuck Kraft fly patterns and paterials to tie all of his flies go to For our Youtube site for Chuck Kraft's instructional videos and more go to
Accotink Creek contains numerous riffle-run-pool sequences with good holding pools and an abundance of large woody debris. Primary access is via the FCPA Wakefield Park facility off of Braddock Road.
The delayed harvest section of this stream extends from Route 236 (Little River Turnpike) downstream 1.9 miles to Route 260 (Braddock Road). This section is bound by Fairfax County Park Authority (FCPA) floodplain park that belies the stream's urban setting (the upper boundry is adjacent to the capital beltway).

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