The New River is our home water. We have floated The New River from it's beginning in North Carolina at the confluence of the North and South Forks, all the way into West Virginia to the headwaters of Bluestone Lake. This is a total distance of approximately 200 miles. The New River varies from placid flat pools, to Class IV rapids. The scenery and fishing are spectacular. While smallmouth bass are our primary quarry, many other species are also present and frequently caught. These include muskie, largemouth bass, bluegill, red-breasted sunfish, red-eye, catfish, carp, spotted bass, walleye, & striper. If you are a warm water spin or fly fishing aficionado, the New River is a must fish destination.
New River Flow Rate at Ivanhoe
New River Flow Rate at Radford