Giles County (VA) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Giles County Area

Bream/Bluegill,  Catfish,  Crappie,  Largemouth Bass,  Smallmouth Bass,  Walleye,  Perch,  Pickerel,  Rainbow Trout,   and 3 more

Bodies of Water in Giles County Area

4 Lakes

195 Rivers and Streams

9 Reservoirs

11 other

Giles County (VA) Fishing Spots

Back Creek 8.7 miles
Big Falls 6.2 miles
Cascades 6.7 miles
Cecil Branch 3.8 miles
Crooked Creek 8.7 miles
Curve Branch 3.7 miles
Dismal Branch 8.5 miles
Doe Creek 1.9 miles
Dry Branch 1.8 miles
Dry Branch 6.7 miles
Dry Creek 8.2 miles
Hemlock Branch 7.3 miles
Hunters Branch 8.5 miles
Laurel Branch 5.3 miles
Laurel Creek 7 miles
Mercy Branch 6.5 miles
Meredith Branch 7.7 miles
Mill Creek 7.5 miles
Mountain Lake 8.5 miles
Mud Run 8.8 miles
Neck Creek 8.4 miles
Norris Run 6.4 miles
Painter Run 8.4 miles
Piney Creek 7.6 miles
Scott Branch 8.8 miles
Scott Branch 8.8 miles
Sinking Creek 3.1 miles
Spruce Run 5.3 miles
Stony Creek 2.9 miles
Sugar Run 3.8 miles
Trigger Run 8.1 miles
Upper Falls 6.9 miles
Wabash Creek 5.8 miles
Walker Creek 0.3 miles
Whitleys Branch 5.2 miles
Wolf Creek 7.4 miles
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