Gravel Crossing Road at Stillhouse Hollow
I put my canoe in at gravel crossing road and paddled upstream to the fist serious riffle. It took me about an hour of leisurely paddling to get there. I fished the pool at the right hand side (when looking upstream) of the riffle and caught 6 whites, all about 12 inches, one catfish, and one small black bass.
For flies, grey seemed to be the preferred color. One successful fly was a Cypert Minnow with the underbody made of grey chenille; the other was a fly, whose name I don't know, consisting simply of a grey chenille body, a grey marabou tail, and silver beadchain eyes.