Stream Category: Put and Take – A
Other Species of Note: None
Dry Flies: Adams, Caddis
Nymphs: Stone Flies, Pheasant Tail, Prince, Hares, Midges, Mop Flies, and Squirmmy Wormies
Streamers: Kreelex, Minnow Patterns
Casting: Overhead, Tuck, and Roll.
Everything about where the stock this section is of the Little River drives me nuts, honestly whomever decided to stock this section needs to be beat with fishing rod, a heavy salt water fishing rod… backwards with a reel on it. The Little River, depending on where you are at can be sandy or freestone, but in this area it is very sandy.
Unless you can over head or roll cast very far, or have a switch/spey rod, or a kayak it is pointless to fish in this area as one fly fisherman to another. From one side of the river to the other, it is at least 30 to 40 yards, and the water here is just too deep to wade. Realistically the state should put a kayak/raft ramp in right where they stock and one every two or three miles down the river. Then it should change this section to be a catch and release only or delayed harvest area, that can only be fished by raft or kayak.
No I do not recommend this stream to any fly fishermen unless you meet the criteria above
Hardly any parking, just pull off the best you can and hope for the best.