Vernoy Riffles

Location: from the top of the bend at end of Harvey Rude Run to the Vernoy Bridge

Named for the road and bridge which comprise its lower boundary, this last 500' running to the Vernoy Bridge has a well- defined channel along the easterly bank but begins with another weir pool. Overhanging mature foliage offers shade and solitude. There is a deep run just above the bridge, ideal for nymphing but this is a great place to try for the wild fish: Native Brook and stream-bred Brown trout favor this area as numerous springs seep out beneath the long curving rocky bank.