Fishing in Shelton Laurel Creek Madison County, North Carolina
Both Hatchery-Supported and Delayed Harvest Trout stream, Shelton Laurel Creek is a stretch that parallels the road allowing easy access when you find a place to pull off the road. It covers the area which begins where highway 212 meets highway 208 and continues to Carmen Church of God.
Tip: If you get in the stream and fish for a while, you’ll catch a fish.
Tip: For bait, use a Eagle Claw Hook, a 2-way spinner tipped with a night crawler.
Directions: From Marshall, take 25/70 North to Highway 208. Highway 208 to Belva and turn right on Highway 212.
Video footage by Tony Torn, Marshall, NC
Disclaimer: Refer to the North Carolina Regulations Digest for the most up-to-date information.