Johnston County Fishing Streams

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Streams in Johnston County

Place USGS Topo Map
Arters Branch Four Oaks NE
Bawdy Creek Princeton
Beaverdam Branch Edmondson
Beaverdam Swamp Four Oaks
Bernal Branch Four Oaks
Big Arm Creek Clayton
Big Branch Kenly West
Black Creek Four Oaks NE
Brandy Branch Kenly East
Buffalo Creek Selma
Buffalo Creek Kenly West
Buffalo Creek Edmondson
Bull Branch Stancils Chapel
Burnt Stocking Branch Kenly West
Camp Branch Benson
Cattail Creek Flowers
Cooper Branch Powhatan
Dicks Branch Benson
Dismal Branch Peacocks Crossroads
East Mingo Creek Benson
Gar Gut Four Oaks NE
Gum Swamp Four Oaks
Hannah Creek Newton Grove North
Hardee Mill Branch Benson
Hogpen Branch Four Oaks
Hogpen Branch Peacocks Crossroads
Hooks Branch Benson
John K Swamp Peacocks Crossroads
Johnson Swamp Peacocks Crossroads
Jumping Run Peacocks Crossroads
Juniper Swamp Four Oaks
Little Bernal Branch Four Oaks
Little Buffalo Creek Kenly West
Little Creek Kenly West
Little Creek Powhatan
Little Creek Stancils Chapel
Little Creek Edmondson
Little Creek Zebulon
Little Poplar Creek Selma
Little Swamp Branch Peacocks Crossroads
Long Branch Peacocks Crossroads
Long Branch Kenly West
Marks Creek Clayton
McCullens Branch Benson
Middle Creek Powhatan
Mill Branch Four Oaks NE
Mill Branch Peacocks Crossroads
Mill Creek Clayton
Miry Branch Four Oaks NE
Moccasin Creek Grantham
Moccasin Creek Stancils Chapel
Pole Branch Benson
Polecat Branch Four Oaks NE
Poplar Creek Selma
Quincosin Swamp Princeton
Reedy Branch Powhatan
Reedy Creek Benson
Rock Branch Four Oaks
Sassarixa Swamp Four Oaks
Saw Pit Branch Newton Grove North
Snipes Creek Flowers
Spring Branch Princeton
Steep Hill Branch Powhatan
Stone Creek Newton Grove North
Stony Fork Four Oaks
Swift Creek Powhatan
Watery Branch Four Oaks
Whiteoak Branch Newton Grove North
Whiteoak Creek Edmondson

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