Neherrin River - North Carolina

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Neherrin River

Take a day off and have a splendid fishing getaway on this lovely shallow-water river unhurriedly meandering along a unique basic mesic forest. Traversed by the remote Neherrin Trail with its countless rocky curves and picturesque ridges, these dense green woods graciously canvas the weary traveler with soothing cool shade, an ideal sanctuary for the worn and tired mind. Neherrin River offers a beautiful varied terrain and delightful conditions of natural fishing locations – from crystal clear and fresh whitewater areas with rocky shores to some shallow and weedy waters with gently sloping earthen banks. So replenish your energy in this remote wonderland as you catch Redear Sunfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass or Redfin Pickerel and spend the day in angling meditation.

Requirements and fees

Accessible from level 11
Travel fee 250 credits
Fishing fee 20 credits / day

(Prices available if your Home State is Missouri. If you change that, see Set Home State section.)

Licenses

Term Basic License Advanced License Smallmouth Bass License
MUST BE RELEASED: Trophy Smallmouth Bass
MUST BE TAKEN: Pumpkinseed, Bluegill, White Crappie, Black Crappie, Redear Sunfish, Young & Common Smallmouth Bass
PROHIBITED SPECIES: no restrictions
MUST BE RELEASED: Trophy Smallmouth Bass
MUST BE TAKEN: no restrictions
PROHIBITED SPECIES: no restrictions
MUST BE RELEASED: no restrictions
MUST BE TAKEN: Pumpkinseed, Bluegill, White Crappie, Black Crappie, Redear Sunfish, Young & Common Smallmouth Bass
PROHIBITED SPECIES: no restrictions
Available from level 11 12 13
1 day 40 credits 60 credits 40 credits
3 days 100 credits 150 credits 100 credits
Week 160 credits 240 credits 160 credits
Month 600 credits 900 credits 600 credits
Unlimited 1500 credits 2250 credits 1500 credits

Season

Late summer

Starting points

Woody Enchantment
Woody Enchantment

Traversed by the remote Neherrin Trail with its countless rocky curves and picturesque ridges, these dense green woods graciously canvas the weary traveler with soothing cool shade, an ideal sanctuary for the worn and tired mind. Take in the energy of the deep ancient forest, once home to many prehistoric and historic settlements and now peacefully dominated by hardwood trees like red oak, maple, birch and walnut to offer a secluded and tranquil angling location. Relax and chill out on an earthen shallow bank, with no obstruction to fishing aside some tree roots and weed beds, home and hideout to varied panfish, like Bluegill and Pumpkinseed.








Great parking job
Great parking job

Moving a bit further along woods of unparalleled beauty, the Neherrin nature trail takes you to this delightfully small still-water pool with some lovely lily pads and brush. Everything in this place seems to be made of captivating tranquility. Inhale the crisp fresh air and sooth your senses with no distractions but the distant chirping of summer birds and occasional croaking of frogs, as you angle the day away catching Redfin Pickerel, Largemouth Bass or White Crappie just to name a few… Here, in the shade of old sycamores, nothing reminds you of the hectic world you left behind. Well, almost nothing…









Into the Rocky Blue
Into the Rocky Blue

As you progress further downstream, a splendid fishing spot right on a scenic sharp drop-off welcomes you with a beautiful undercut rocky bank descending out of sight into deep cool waters of the Neherrin River. Reflecting the bright late-summer sky in its translucent blue, the spawning river is deep indeed making this a perfect location not only to enjoy the magnificent view, but also catch some Smallmouth Bass, Black Crappie, Redear Sunfish and Bluegill. And if you feel like you had enough water gazing for one day, just look up and rest your sight upon bushy foliage of the luscious green surrounding you as far as the eye can see.







Resident species