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Wade on in or stick to the bank, throw a line or sit back and watch as your kids have a bit of fun, fishing in Page County can provide entertainment for all ages. Don’t have your own stuff? Our outfitters offer rentals, including equipment, tutorials, and maps of the river. Want a guided tour? There are plenty of “avid anglers” that were born and raised in the Shenandoah Valley who can provide peak times and locations based on their own personal experiences of fishing the area.
Check out Luray’s Cave Pond for pan fish, Hawksbill Creek along the Luray Greenway for its stock of trout, Lake Arrowhead for pan fish and night catfishing every 2nd and 4th Friday in the season, and the Shenandoah River for a variety including smallmouth bass. There are plenty of opportunities to throw your line in, just find the one that best suits you, grab some bait, and enjoy a day by the water.
For fishing in Luray - contact the town offices at (540) 743-5511 or Luray Parks & Recreation Department at (540) 843-0770, Stanley - contact the town offices at (540) 778-3454, and Shenandoah - contact the town offices at (540) 652-8164. Need to get your state license? Check out www.dgif.virginia.gov/licenses for the Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries.