Davidson County Fishing Streams

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Streams in Davidson County

Place USGS Topo Map
Abbotts Creek Southmont
Alls Fork Handy
Beaverdam Creek Lexington West
Beaverdam Creek Handy
Boss Branch Grist Mountain
Brier Creek Fair Grove
Brushy Fork Midway
Buck Branch Midway
Buck Branch Winston-Salem East
Buddle Branch Grist Mountain
Cabin Creek High Rock
Cain Creek Midway
Cool Branch Midway
Dry Branch Grist Mountain
Dunkers Creek Lexington West
Dykers Creek Churchland
Easter Creek Midway
Ellis Creek High Rock
Farabee Creek Churchland
Flat Swamp Creek High Rock
Fourmile Branch Grist Mountain
Fryes Creek Welcome
Gobble Creek Churchland
Grassy Fork Handy
Hamby Creek Lexington East
Hanks Branch High Point West
Hartley Creek Churchland
Huffmans Creek Welcome
Hunts Fork Midway
Indian Grave Creek Lexington West
Jimmys Creek Lexington East
Kennedy Mill Creek High Point West
Leonard Creek Lexington East
Lick Creek High Rock
Lick Run Churchland
Little Brushy Fork Midway
Long Branch Midway
Mary Reich Creek Kernersville
Michael Branch Lexington West
Mill Creek Churchland
Miller Creek Welcome
Muddy Creek Welcome
North Hamby Creek Fair Grove
North Potts Creek Southmont
Oil Mill Branch Midway
Payne Creek High Point West
Plummer Creek Fair Grove
Pounder Fork Lexington East
Rat Spring Branch Lexington West
Reedy Creek Welcome
Reedy Run Midway
Rich Fork Lexington East
Rocky Meadow Branch Grist Mountain
Rocky Spring Branch Lexington West
Sandy Creek Churchland
Simerson Creek Churchland
Soakas Creek Winston-Salem East
Sooky Creek Southmont
South Fork Second Creek Handy
South Potts Creek Southmont
Spring Branch Handy
Spurgeon Creek High Point West
Swan Creek Churchland
Swearing Creek Southmont
Tanyard Creek Churchland
Tar Creek Lexington West
Tinkers Creek Lexington East
Weightman Creek Lexington West
West Branch Lick Creek Denton

Above is a map and a list of the streams in Davidson County, . Many of these spots are open to public fishing. If you see a stream name that is duplicated within Davidson County, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topo map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.