Tri-streams Farm is one of the most unique private properties we manage. The North side of the farm is bordered by nearly 1 mile of Beaver Creek, the south side of the farm is bordered by Spring Creek, and on the eastern side is over half a mile of North River! The stretch of Beaver Creek is home to a few of the biggest and deepest holes on the entire creek and holds a few of the largest riffles and runs. Fishing is excellent from the top of the property all the way to the confluence with North River. This is a great piece of water to perfect your nymphing and streamer fishing. Many anglers love the challenge of Spring Creek on the south side of the farm. This limestone spring creek is only about 3 miles from the spring source to its confluence with North River. It is only about 4 feet wide at its widest point but it is up to 5 feet deep in spots. It is a technical spot to fish but extremely rewarding. Some of the rainbows in this creek grow to over 18 inches long and other larger fish have been spotted darting through the undercut banks. It brings some of the most technical and fun terrestrial fishing in the summer months. Spring Creek never runs dry and we have never seen it unfishable. It is always a fun short distraction from fishing Beaver or Mossy Creek. If there is still enough daylight left anglers can make it all the way down to North River to fish the confluence of the two spring creeks. Tri-streams Farm is only accessible through the Mossy Creek Fly Fishing guide service. Novice to experienced spring creek anglers alike will appreciate all this property has to offer.
Mark your calendars for our Winter Open House Saturday, December 7th from 9-6! George Daniel will be hosting our event with presentations and fly tying! Food and drinks will be served at noon. Stop in for a load of free information and fun! Bring your fishing buddies and lets party!
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1790-92 East Market Street
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Saturday 10-5 Sunday 11-3