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9VAC25-260-400 Potomac River Basin (Shenandoah River Subbasin)

Shenandoah River Subbasin

SEC.

CLASS

SP. STDS.

SECTION DESCRIPTION

1

IV

pH-6.5-9.5

Shenandoah River and its tributaries in Clarke County, Virginia, from the Virginia-West Virginia state line to Lockes Landing, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

1a

IV

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

Shenandoah River and its tributaries from river mile 24.66 (latitude 39°16'19"; longitude 77°54'33") approximately 0.7 mile downstream of the confluence of the Shenandoah River and Dog Run to 5 miles above Berryville's raw water intake, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 1a

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Chapel Run (Clarke County) from its confluence with the Shenandoah River 5.7 miles upstream.

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Spout Run (Clarke County) from its confluence with the Shenandoah River (in the vicinity of the Ebenezer Church at Route 604) to its headwaters.

1b

(Deleted)

1c

IV

pH-6.5-9.5

Shenandoah River and its tributaries from a point 5 miles above Berryville's raw water intake to the confluence of the North and South Forks of the Shenandoah River.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 1c

iii

pH-6.5-9.5

Page Brook from its confluence with Spout Run, 1 mile upstream.

***

pH-6.5-9.5

Roseville Run (Clarke County) from its confluence with Spout Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

pH-6.5-9.5

Spout Run (Clarke County) from its confluence with the Shenandoah River (in the vicinity of Calmes Neck at Routes 651 and 621), 3.9 miles upstream.

***

pH-6.5-9.5

Westbrook Run (Clarke County) from its confluence with Spout Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

1d

(Note: Moved to Section 2b).

2

IV

ESW-12,14,15

South Fork Shenandoah River from its confluence with the North Fork Shenandoah River, upstream to a point 5 miles above the Town of Shenandoah's raw water intake and its tributaries to their headwaters in this section, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 2

vii

pH-6.5-9.5

Bear Lithia Spring from its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River 0.8 miles upstream.

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Flint Run from its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River 4 miles upstream.

***

pH-6.5-9.5

Gooney Run from the mouth to its confluence with Broad Run above Browntown (in the vicinity of Route 632).

***

pH-6.5-9.5, hh

Hawksbill Creek from Route 675 in Luray to 1 mile above Route 631.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 2

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Big Creek (Page County) from its confluence with the East Branch Naked Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Big Ugly Run from its confluence with the South Branch Naked Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Boone Run from 4.6 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River (in the vicinity of Route 637) upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

pH-6.5-9.5

Browns Run from its confluence with Big Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Cub Run (Page County) from Pitt Spring Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

***

pH-6.5-9.5

Cub Run from its mouth to Pitt Spring Run.

i

pH-6.5-9.5

East Branch Naked Creek from its confluence with Naked Creek at Route 759 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Fultz Run from the Park boundary (river mile 1.8) upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Gooney Run (Warren County) from 6.6 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River 3.9 miles upstream.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Hawksbill Creek in the vicinity of Pine Grove at Route 624 (river mile 17.7) 1.5 miles upstream.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Jeremys Run from the Shenandoah National Park boundary upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Lands Run from its confluence with Gooney Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Little Creek (Page County) from its confluence with Big Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

pH-6.5-9.5

Little Hawksbill Creek from Route 626 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Morgan Run (Page County) from its confluence with Cub Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Overall Run from its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River 4.8 miles upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Pass Run (Page County) from its confluence with Hawksbill Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Pitt Spring Run from its confluence with Cub Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Roaring Run from its confluence with Cub Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

South Branch Naked Creek from 1.7 miles above its confluence with Naked Creek (in the vicinity of Route 607) upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

pH-6.5-9.5

Stony Run (Page County) from 1.6 miles above its confluence with Naked Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

West Branch Naked Creek from 2.1 miles above its confluence with Naked Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

2a

IV

PWS, pH-6.5-9.5

Happy Creek and Sloan Creek from Front Royal's raw water intake to its headwaters.

2b

IV

PWS

The South Fork Shenandoah River and its tributaries from the Town of Front Royal's raw water intake (at the State Route 619 bridge at Front Royal) to points 5 miles upstream.

2c

(Deleted)

2d

(Deleted)

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 2d

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 2d

3

IV

pH-6.5-9.5, ESW-16

South Fork Shenandoah River from 5 miles above the Town of Shenandoah's raw water intake to its confluence with the North and South Rivers and its tributaries to their headwaters in this section, and the South River and its tributaries from its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River to their headwaters, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 3

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Hawksbill Creek (Rockingham County) from 0.8 mile above its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River 6.6 miles upstream.

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Mills Creek (Augusta County) from 1.8 miles above its confluence with Back Creek 2 miles upstream.

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

North Fork Back Creek (Augusta County) from its confluence with Back Creek 2.6 miles upstream, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 3

i

pH-6.5-9.5

Bearwallow Run from its confluence with Onemile Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Big Run (Rockingham County) from 3.3 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

pH-6.5-9.5

Cold Spring Branch (Augusta County) from Sengers Mountain Lake (Rhema Lake) upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

pH-6.5-9.5

Cool Springs Hollow (Augusta County) from Route 612 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Deep Run (Rockingham County) from 1.8 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

East Fork Back Creek from its confluence with the South Fork Back Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Gap Run from 1.7 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Inch Branch (Augusta County) from the dam upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Johns Run (Augusta County) from its confluence with the South River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Jones Hollow (Augusta County) from 1.1 miles above its confluence with the South River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Kennedy Creek from its confluence with the South River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

pH-6.5-9.5

Lee Run from 0.6 mile above its confluence with Elk Run 3.3 miles upstream.

iii

pH-6.5-9.5

Loves Run (Augusta County) from 2.7 miles above its confluence with the South River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Lower Lewis Run (Rockingham County) from 1.7 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Madison Run (Rockingham County) from 2.9 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Meadow Run (Augusta County) from its confluence with the South River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

North Fork Back Creek (Augusta County) from river mile 2.6 (in the vicinity of its confluence with Williams Creek) upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

pH-6.5-9.5

Onemile Run (Rockingham County) from 1.5 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Orebank Creek from its confluence with Back Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Paine Run (Augusta County) from 1.7 miles above its confluence with the South River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Robinson Hollow (Augusta County) from the dam upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Rocky Mountain Run from its confluence with Big Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

pH-6.5-9.5

Sawmill Run from 2.5 miles above its confluence with the South River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

South Fork Back Creek from its confluence with Back Creek at Route 814 (river mile 2.1) upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Stony Run (Augusta County) from 3.5 miles above its confluence with the South River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

pH-6.5-9.5

Stony Run (Rockingham County) from 4.1 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Toms Branch (Augusta County) from 1.1 miles above its confluence with Back Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

pH-6.5-9.5

Twomile Run from 1.4 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Shenandoah River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

pH-6.5-9.5

Upper Lewis Run from 0.5 mile above its confluence with Lower Lewis Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

pH-6.5-9.5

West Swift Run (Rockingham County) from the Route 33 crossing upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Whiteoak Run from its confluence with Madison Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

3a

IV

pH-6.5-9.5

South River from the dam above Waynesboro (all waters of the impoundment).

3b

IV

PWS

Coles Run and Mills Creek from South River Sanitary District's raw water intake to their headwaters.

VI

PWS

Natural Trout Waters in Section 3b

ii

Coles Run (Augusta County) from 3.9 miles above its confluence with the South River Sanitary District's raw water intake (Coles Run Dam) upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Mills Creek (Augusta County) from the South River Sanitary District's raw water intake (river mile 3.8) upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

3c

IV

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

A tributary to Coles Run from Stuarts Draft raw water intake approximately 0.5 mile south of Stuarts Draft and just off Route 610, to its headwaters.

3d

IV

PWS

South Fork Shenandoah River and its tributaries from the City of Harrisonburg water supply intake near the confluence of Big Run to points 5 miles upstream.

4

IV

pH-6.5-9.5

Middle River and its tributaries from the confluence with the North River upstream to its headwaters, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 4

v

pH-6.5-9.5

Barterbrook Branch from its confluence with Christians Creek 2.8 miles upstream.

***

pH-6.5-9.5

East Dry Branch from its confluence with the Buffalo Branch to its confluence with Mountain Run.

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Folly Mills Creek from 2.4 miles above its confluence with Christians Creek (in the vicinity of Route 81) 4.5 miles upstream.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 4

iv

Buffalo Branch from Route 703 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Cabin Mill Run (Augusta County) from the Camp Shenandoah Boy Scout Lake upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

East Dry Branch (Augusta County) from the confluence of Mountain Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Jennings Branch (Augusta County) from the confluence of White Oak Draft upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

4a

IV

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

Middle River and its tributaries from Staunton's raw water intake at Gardner Spring to points 5 miles upstream.

5

IV

pH-6.5-9.5

North River and its tributaries from its confluence with the South River upstream to its headwaters, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 5

v

pH-6.5-9.5

Beaver Creek (Rockingham County) from its confluence with Briery Branch to the spring at a point 2.75 miles upstream.

v

pH-6.5-9.5

Naked Creek (Augusta County) from 3.7 miles above its confluence with the North River at Route 696, 2 miles upstream.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 5

iv

Big Run (Augusta County) from 0.9 mile above its confluence with Little River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Black Run (Rockingham County) from its mouth upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Briery Branch (Rockingham County) from river mile 6.9 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Gum Run from its mouth upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Hone Quarry Run from its confluence with Briery Branch upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Little River from its confluence with the North River at Route 718 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Maple Spring Run from its mouth upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Mines Run from its confluence with Briery Branch upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Rocky Run (which is tributary to Briery Branch in Rockingham County) from its mouth upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Rocky Run (which is tributary to Dry River in Rockingham County) from its mouth upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Union Springs Run from 3 miles above its confluence with Beaver Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Wolf Run (Augusta County) from its confluence with Briery Branch upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

5a

IV

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

Silver Lake

5b

IV

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

North River and its tributaries from Harrisonburg's raw water intake at Bridgewater to points 5 miles above Bridgewater's raw water intake to include Dry River and Muddy Creek.

V

PWS

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 5b

v

pH-6.5-9.5

Mossy Creek from its confluence with the North River 7.1 miles upstream.

v

pH-6.5-9.5

Spring Creek (Rockingham County) from its confluence with the North River 2 miles upstream.

5c

IV

PWS

Dry River (Rockingham County) from Harrisonburg's raw water intake (approximately 11.7 miles above its confluence with the North River) to a point 5 miles upstream, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

PWS

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 5c

viii

Raccoon Run (Rockingham County) from its confluence with Dry River to its headwaters.

VI

PWS

Natural Trout Waters in Section 5c

iv

Dry River (Rockingham County) from Harrisonburg's raw water intake (approximately 11.7 miles above its confluence with the North River) to a point 5 miles upstream.

iv

Dry Run (Rockingham County) from its confluence with Dry River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Hopkins Hollow from its confluence with Peach Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Kephart Run from its confluence with Dry River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

5d

VI

Dry River and its tributaries from 5 miles above Harrisonburg's raw water intake to its headwaters.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 5d

iv

Dry River (Rockingham County) from 5 miles above Harrisonburg's raw water intake upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Laurel Run (Rockingham County) from its confluence with Dry River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Little Laurel Run from its confluence with Dry River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Low Place Run from its confluence with Dry River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Miller Spring Run from its confluence with Dry River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Sand Run from its confluence with Dry River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Skidmore Fork from its confluence with Dry River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

5e

VI

PWS

North River and its tributaries from Staunton Dam to their headwaters.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 5e

iv

North River from Elkhorn Dam upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

6

IV

pH-6.5-9.5

North Fork Shenandoah River from its confluence with the Shenandoah River to its headwaters, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 6

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Bear Run from its confluence with Foltz Creek to its headwaters.

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Bull Run (Shenandoah County) from its confluence with Foltz Creek to its headwaters.

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Falls Run from its confluence with Stony Creek to its headwaters.

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Foltz Creek from its confluence with Stony Creek to its headwaters.

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Little Passage Creek from its confluence with Passage Creek to the Strasburg Reservoir Dam.

***

pH-6.5-9.5, hh

Mill Creek from Mount Jackson to Route 720 - 3.5 miles.

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Mountain Run from its mouth at Passage Creek to its headwaters.

***

pH-6.5-9.5

Passage Creek from the U.S. Forest Service line (in the vicinity of Blue Hole and Buzzard Rock) 4 miles upstream.

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Passage Creek from 29.6 miles above its confluence with the North Fork Shenandoah River to its headwaters.

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Peters Mill Run from the mouth to its headwaters.

***

pH-6.5-9.5

Shoemaker River from 612 at Hebron Church to its junction with Route 817 at its confluence with Slate Lick Branch.

v

pH-6.5-9.5

Stony Creek from its confluence with the North Fork Shenandoah River to Route 682.

***

pH-6.5-9.5

Stony Creek from Route 682 above Edinburg upstream to Basye.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 6

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Anderson Run (Shenandoah County) from 1.1 miles above its confluence with Stony Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Beech Lick Run from its confluence with the German River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Bible Run from its confluence with Little Dry River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Camp Rader Run from its confluence with the German River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Carr Run from its confluence with Little Dry River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Clay Lick Hollow from its confluence with Carr Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Gate Run from its confluence with Little Dry River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

German River (Rockingham County) from its confluence with the North Fork Shenandoah River at Route 820 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Laurel Run (Shenandoah County) from its confluence with Stony Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Little Stony Creek from its confluence with Stony Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Marshall Run (Rockingham County) from 1.2 miles above its confluence with the North Fork Shenandoah River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

pH-6.5-9.5

Mine Run (Shenandoah County) from its confluence with Passage Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Poplar Run (Shenandoah County) from its confluence with Little Stony Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

pH-6.5-9.5

Rattlesnake Run (Rockingham County) from its confluence with Spruce Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Root Run from its confluence with Marshall Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Seventy Buck Lick Run from its confluence with Carr Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Sirks Run (Spring Run) from 1.3 miles above its confluence with Crab Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

pH-6.5-9.5

Spruce Run (Rockingham County) from its confluence with Capon Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

pH-6.5-9.5

Sumac Run from its confluence with the German River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

6a

IV

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

Little Passage Creek from the Strasburg Reservoir Dam upstream to its headwaters, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

PWS

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 6a

vi

pH-6.5-9.5

Little Passage Creek from the Strasburg Reservoir Dam upstream to its headwaters.

6b

IV

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

North Fork Shenandoah River and its tributaries from the Winchester raw water intake to points 5 miles upstream (to include Cedar Creek and its tributaries to their headwaters).

V

PWS

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 6b

***

pH-6.5-9.5

Cedar Creek (Shenandoah County) from Route 55 (river mile 23.56) to the U.S. Forest Service Boundary (river mile 32.0) - approximately 7 miles.

v

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

Meadow Brook (Frederick County) from its confluence with Cedar Creek 5 miles upstream.

VI

PWS

Natural Trout Waters in Section 6b

iii

pH-6.5-9.5

Cedar Creek (Shenandoah County) from the U.S. Forest Service boundary (river mile 32.0) near Route 600 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

pH-6.5-9.5

Duck Run from its confluence with Cedar Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

Paddy Run (Frederick County) from the mouth upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

***

Paddy Run (Frederick County) from its mouth (0.0) to river mile 1.8.

vi**

Paddy Run (Frederick County) from river mile 1.8 to river mile 8.1-6.3 miles.

iii

pH-6.5-9.5

Sulphur Springs Gap (Shenandoah County) from its confluence with Cedar Creek 1.9 miles upstream.

6c

IV

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

North Fork Shenandoah River and its tributaries from Strasburg's raw water intake to points 5 miles upstream.

6d

IV

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

North Fork Shenandoah River and its tributaries from Woodstock's raw water intake (approximately 0.25 mile upstream of State Route 609 bridge near Woodstock) to points 5 miles upstream.

6e

IV

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

Smith Creek and its tributaries from New Market's raw water intake to their headwaters.

Natural Trout Waters in Section 6e

iv

pH-6.5-9.5

Mountain Run (Fridley Branch, Rockingham County) from Route 722 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

6f

IV

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

North Fork Shenandoah River and its tributaries from the Food Processors Water Coop, Inc. dam at Timberville and the Town of Broadway's intakes on Linville Creek and the North Fork Shenandoah to points 5 miles upstream.

6g

IV

Shoemaker River and its tributaries from Slate Lick Run, and including Slate Lick Run, to its headwaters.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 6g

***

Slate Lick Run from its confluence with the Shoemaker River upstream to the 1500 foot elevation.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 6g

iv

Long Run (Rockingham County) from its confluence with the Shoemaker River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Slate Lick Run from the 1500 foot elevation upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

6h

IV

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

Unnamed tributary of North Fork Shenandoah River (on the western slope of Short Mountain opposite Mt. Jackson) from the Town of Mt. Jackson's (inactive mid-1992) raw water intake (north and east dams) to its headwaters.

6i

IV

PWS pH-6.5-9.5

Little Sulfur Creek, Dan's Hollow and Horns Gully (tributaries of the North Fork Shenandoah River on the western slope of Short Mountain opposite Mt. Jackson) which served as a water supply for the Town of Edinburg until March 31, 1992, from the Edinburg intakes upstream to their headwaters.



9VAC25-260-420 James River Basin (Middle)

SEC.

CLASS

SP. STDS.

SECTION DESCRIPTION

6

III

James River and its tributaries from the fall line at Richmond (Mayo's Bridge, 14th Street) to the Rockfish River unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

7

(Deleted)

7a

(Deleted)

8

III

James River and its tributaries from the low water dam above 14th Street Bridge to Richmond's raw water intake at Williams Island Dam.

9

III

PWS,n

James River and its tributaries, unless otherwise designated in this chapter, from Richmond's raw water intake at Douglasdale Road, inclusive of the Williams Island Dam intake, the Henrico County raw water intake and the Benedictine Society's raw water intake to river mile 127.26 (at latitude 37°35'24"; longitude 77°42'33") near public landing site.

9a

III

PWS,o

Tuckahoe Creek and its tributaries from its confluence with the James River to its headwaters.

VII

Swamp waters in Section 9a

Tuckahoe Creek from its confluence with Little Tuckahoe Creek to the confluence with the James River.

10

III

James River and its tributaries from a point at latitude 37°40'32"; longitude 77°54'08" to, and including the Rockfish River, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 10

vii

Lynch River from the upper Route 810 crossing near the intersection of Route 628 2.9 miles upstream (to Ivy Creek).

***

Rockfish Creek from its confluence with the South Fork Rockfish River to its headwaters.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 10

ii

Doyles River from 6.4 miles above its confluence with Moormans River above Browns Cove at Route 629 including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Fork Hollow from its confluence with Ivy Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Ivy Creek (Greene County) from its confluence with the Lynch River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Jones Falls Run from its confluence with Doyles River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Little Stony Creek (Nelson County) from its confluence with Stony Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Mill Creek (Nelson County) from its confluence with Goodwin Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Mutton Hollow from its confluence with Swift Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Pauls Creek (Nelson County) from 1.3 miles above its confluence with the North Fork Rockfish River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Rodes Creek from its confluence with Goodwin Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

South Fork Rockfish River from 8 miles above its confluence with the Rockfish River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Spruce Creek (Nelson County) from 1.5 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Rockfish River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Stony Creek (Nelson County) from 1 mile above its confluence with the South Fork Rockfish River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Swift Run from 14.5 miles above its confluence with the North Fork Rivanna River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

10a

III

PWS

James River at river mile 127.26 near the public landing site and its tributaries from, and including, Little River to 5 miles above State Farm's raw water intake, including Beaverdam and Courthouse Creeks, to their headwaters.

10b

(Deleted.)

10c

III

Willis River and its tributaries within Cumberland State Forest.

10d

III

PWS

Johnson Creek above the Schuyler (Nelson County Service Authority) raw water intake to its headwaters.

10e

III

PWS

Totier Creek and its tributaries from the Scottsville (Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority) raw water intake to their headwaters (including the Reservoir).

10f

III

Powell Creek and its tributaries from its confluence with the Rivanna River upstream to their headwaters.

10g

III

PWS

Beaver Creek and its tributaries from the Crozet (Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority) raw water intake upstream to their headwaters (including the reservoir).

10h

III

PWS

Mechums River and its tributaries from the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority's raw water intake to points 5 miles upstream.

10i

III

PWS

Moormans River and its tributaries from the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority's raw water intake to points 5 miles upstream (including Sugar Hollow Reservoir).

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 10i

ii

North Fork Moormans River from its confluence with Moormans River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Pond Ridge Branch from its confluence with the North Fork Moormans River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

South Fork Moormans River from its confluence with Moormans River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

10j

III

PWS

South Fork Rivanna River and its tributaries to their headwaters; except Ivy Creek, from the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority's South Fork Rivanna River Dam to its confluence with the Moormans River, and Ivy Creek to a point 5 miles above the dam.

10k

III

PWS

James River and its tributaries from Fork Union Sanitary District's raw water intake (just below the Route 15 bridge) to points 5 miles upstream, including the Slate River to a point 5 miles above the intake.

10l

III

Lake Monticello in Fluvanna County.

10m

III

PWS

Rivanna River and its tributaries from the raw water intake for Lake Monticello (about 2.76 miles above the Route 600 bridge in Fluvanna County) to points 5 miles upstream.

10n

III

PWS

Ragged Mountain Reservoir (intake for the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority) including its tributaries to their headwaters.

10o

III

PWS

The North Fork Rivanna River and its tributaries from the Rivanna Water and Sewer Authority's raw water intake (approximately 1/4 mile upstream of the U. S. Route 29 bridge north of Charlottesville) to points 5 miles upstream.

10p

III

PWS

Troublesome Creek in Buckingham County from Buckingham County's raw water intake point at a flood control dam south of the Route 631 bridge to a point 5 miles upstream.

10q

III

PWS

Allen Creek and its tributaries from the Wintergreen Mountain Village's primary raw water intake at Lake Monocan to a point upstream at latitude 37°53'59"; longitude 78°53'14".

10r

III

PWS

Stony Creek from the diversion structure at latitude 37°54'00"; longitude 78°53'47" to its headwaters inclusive of the Stony Creek raw water intake just upstream of the Peggy's Pinch booster pump station.

10s

III

PWS

Mechunk Creek and its tributaries from the Department of Corrections raw water intake (at the US Route 250 bridge ) to points 5 miles upstream.

10t

III

PWS

Cobbs Creek (Cumberland County) and its tributaries from the public water supply intake on Cobbs Creek Reservoir upstream to their headwaters.

11

III

ESW-7, 8, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27

James River and its tributaries from, but not including, the Rockfish River to Balcony Falls, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 11

vi

Dancing Creek from the junction of Routes 610 and 641 to its headwaters.

vi

North Fork Buffalo River from its confluence with the Buffalo River 1.8 miles upstream.

vi

Pedlar River from the confluence of Enchanted Creek to Lynchburg's raw water intake.

vi

Terrapin Creek from its confluence with Otter Creek to its headwaters.

***

Tye River from Tyro upstream to its confluence with the South and North Fork Tye Rivers.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 11

ii

Big Branch from its confluence with the Pedlar River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Bluff Creek from its confluence with Enchanted Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Browns Creek from its confluence with the Pedlar River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Campbell Creek (Nelson County) from its confluence with the Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Cove Creek from its confluence with the North Fork Buffalo River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Coxs Creek from its confluence with the Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Crabtree Creek (Nelson County) from its confluence with the South Fork Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Crawleys Creek from its confluence with the Piney River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Cub Creek (Nelson County) from 1.4 miles above its confluence with the Tye River (in the vicinity of Route 699), upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Davis Mill Creek from its confluence with the Pedlar River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Durham Run from its confluence with the North Fork Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Elk Pond Branch from its confluence with the North Fork Piney River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Enchanted Creek from its confluence with the Pedlar River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Georges Creek from its confluence with the Little Piney River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Greasy Spring Branch from its confluence with the South Fork Piney River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Harpers Creek from its confluence with the Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

King Creek from its confluence with the Little Piney River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Lady Slipper Run from its confluence with the Pedlar River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Little Cove Creek from its confluence with the North Fork Buffalo River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Little Irish Creek from its confluence with the Pedlar River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Little Piney River from its confluence with the Piney River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

Louisa Spring Branch from its confluence with the North Fork Piney River 1.6 miles upstream.

ii

Maidenhead Branch from its confluence with the South Fork Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Meadow Creek (Nelson County) from its confluence with the South Fork Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Mill Creek (Nelson County) from its confluence with the North Fork Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Mill Creek (Nelson County) from its confluence with the South Fork Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Nicholson Run from its confluence with Lady Slipper Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

North Fork Buffalo River from 1.8 miles above its confluence with the Buffalo River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

North Fork Piney River from its confluence with the Piney River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

North Fork Thrashers Creek from its confluence with Thrashers Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

North Fork Tye River from its confluence with the Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

(North Fork Tye River from its confluence with the Tye River 1.6 miles upstream.)

ii

(North Fork Tye River from 1.6 miles above its confluence with the Tye River 8.3 miles upstream.)

iii

Pedlar River from 5 miles above Lynchburg's raw water intake upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Piney River from river mile 13.3 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Pompey Creek from its confluence with the Little Piney River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Reed Creek from the junction of Routes 764 and 638 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Rocky Branch from its confluence with the North Fork Buffalo River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Rocky Run (Nelson County) from 1.6 miles above its confluence with the Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

Shoe Creek (Nelson County) from its confluence with Piney River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Silver Creek from its confluence with the Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

South Fork Piney River from its confluence with the Piney River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

South Fork Tye River from its confluence with the Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Statons Creek from its confluence with the Pedlar River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Wheelers Run from its confluence with the Pedlar River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

White Rock Creek (Nelson County) from its confluence with the North Fork Tye River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Wiggins Branch from its confluence with Statons Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

11a

III

PWS

Unnamed tributary to Williams Creek from Sweet Briar College's (inactive) raw water intake to its headwaters.

11b

III

PWS

Buffalo River and its tributaries from Amherst's raw water intake to points 5 miles upstream.

11c

III

PWS

Black Creek and its tributaries from the Nelson County Service Authority intake (approximately 1000 feet downstream of the Route 56 bridge) upstream to their headwaters (including the reservoir).

11d

III

James River and its tributaries from a point 0.25 mile above the confluence of the Tye River to Six Mile Bridge.

11e

III

James River and its tributaries, excluding Blackwater Creek, from Six Mile Bridge to the Business Route 29 bridge in Lynchburg.

11f

(Deleted)

11g

III

PWS

James River and its tributaries from the Business Route 29 bridge in Lynchburg to Reusens Dam to include the City of Lynchburg's alternate raw water intake at the Route 29 bridge and the Amherst County Service Authority's intake on Harris and Graham Creeks.

11h

III

PWS

James River and its tributaries, excluding the Pedlar River, from Reusens Dam to Coleman Dam, including the Eagle Eyrie raw water intake on an unnamed tributary to Judith Creek 1.0 mile from the confluence with Judith Creek, to its headwaters, and also the City of Lynchburg's raw water intake on the James River at Abert.

11i

III

PWS,ESW-5, 8, 2, 23

Pedlar River and its tributaries from Lynchburg's raw water intake to points 5 miles upstream.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 11i

vi

Pedlar River from Lynchburg's raw water intake to a point 5 miles upstream.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 11i

ii

Brown Mountain Creek from its confluence with the Pedlar River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Roberts Creek from its confluence with the Pedlar River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

11j

III

James River and its tributaries from the Owens-Illinois raw water intake near Big Island to Balcony Falls.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 11j

vi

Battery Creek from its confluence with the James River to its headwaters.

vi

Cashaw Creek from its confluence with the James River to its headwaters.

vi

Otter Creek from its confluence with the James River to a point 4.9 miles upstream.

vi

Rocky Row Run from its confluence with the James River to its headwaters.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 11j

iii

Falling Rock Creek from its confluence with Peters Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Hunting Creek from a point 3.7 miles from its confluence with the James River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Otter Creek from 4.9 miles above its confluence with the James River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Peters Creek from a point 0.2 mile above its confluence with the James River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

11k

(Deleted)

9VAC25-260-440 Rappahannock River Basin

SEC.

CLASS

SP. STDS.

SECTION DESCRIPTION

1

II

a

Rappahannock River and the tidal portions of its tributaries from Stingray and Windmill Points to Route 1 Alternate Bridge at Fredericksburg.

1a

II

Hoskins Creek from the confluence with the Rappahannock River to its tidal headwaters.

2

III

Free flowing tributaries of the Rappahannock from Stingray and Windmill Points upstream to Blandfield Point, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

VII

Swamp waters in Section 2

Cat Point Creek and its tributaries, from their headwaters to the head of tide at river mile 10.54.

Hoskins Creek and its nontidal tributaries from the head of tidal waters to their headwaters.

Mount Landing Creek and its tributaries from the end of tidal waters at river mile 4.4 to their headwaters.

Piscataway Creek and its tributaries from the confluence of Sturgeon Swamp to their headwaters.

3

III

The Rappahannock River from the Route 1 Alternate Bridge at Fredericksburg upstream to the low dam water intake at Waterloo (Fauquier County).

3a

III

PWS

The Rappahannock River and its tributaries from Spotsylvania County's raw water intake near Golin Run to points 5 miles upstream (excluding Motts Run and tributaries, which is in Section 4c).

3b

III

PWS

The Rappahannock River and its tributaries from the low dam water intake at Waterloo (Fauquier County) to points 5 miles upstream.

4

III

ESW 17,18

Free flowing tributaries of the Rappahannock from Blandfield Point to its headwaters, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

VII

Swamp waters in Section 4

Goldenvale Creek from the head of tidal waters near the confluence with the Rappahannock River to its headwaters.

Occupacia Creek and its tributaries from the end of tidal waters at river mile 8.89 on Occupacia Creek to their headwaters.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 4

***

Hughes River (Madison County) from Route 231 upstream to the upper crossing of Route 707 near the confluence of Rocky Run.

***

Robinson River from Route 231 to river mile 26.7.

***

Rose River from its confluence with the Robinson River 2.6 miles upstream.

***

South River from 5 miles above its confluence with the Rapidan River 3.9 miles upstream.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 4

ii

Berry Hollow from its confluence with the Robinson River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Bolton Branch from 1.7 miles above its confluence with Hittles Mill Stream upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Broad Hollow Run from its confluence with Hazel River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

Brokenback Run from its confluence with the Hughes River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

Bush Mountain Stream from its confluence with the Conway River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

Cedar Run (Madison County) from 0.8 mile above its confluence with the Robinson River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

Conway River (Greene County) from the Town of Fletcher upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Dark Hollow from its confluence with the Rose River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

Devils Ditch from its confluence with the Conway River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Entry Run from its confluence with the South River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Garth Run from 1.9 miles above its confluence with the Rapidan River at the Route 665 crossing upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Hannah Run from its confluence with the Hughes River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Hazel River (Rappahannock County) from the Route 707 bridge upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Hogcamp Branch from its confluence with the Rose River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

Hughes River (Madison County) from the upper crossing of Route 707 near the confluence of Rocky Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Indian Run (Rappahannock County) from 3.4 miles above its confluence with the Hittles Mill Stream upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Jordan River (Rappahannock County) from 10.9 miles above its confluence with the Rappahannock River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Kinsey Run from its confluence with the Rapidan River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Laurel Prong from its confluence with the Rapidan River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Mill Prong from its confluence with the Rapidan River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Negro Run (Madison County) from its confluence with the Robinson River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

North Fork Thornton River from 3.2 miles above its confluence with the Thornton River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Piney River (Rappahannock County) from 0.8 mile above its confluence with the North Fork Thornton River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Pocosin Hollow from its confluence with the Conway River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Ragged Run from 0.6 mile above its confluence with Popham Run upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

Rapidan River from Graves Mill (Route 615) upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Robinson River (Madison County) from river mile 26.7 to river mile 29.7.

i

Robinson River (Madison County) from river mile 29.7 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

Rose River from river mile 2.6 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Rush River (Rappahannock County) from the confluence of Big Devil Stairs (approximate river mile 10.2) upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Sams Run from its confluence with the Hazel River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

South River from 8.9 miles above its confluence with the Rapidan River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Sprucepine Branch from its confluence with Bearwallow Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

i

Staunton River (Madison County) from its confluence with the Rapidan River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Strother Run from its confluence with the Rose River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Thornton River (Rappahannock County) from 25.7 miles above its confluence with the Hazel River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Wilson Run from its confluence with the Staunton River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

4a

(Deleted)

4b

III

PWS

The Rappahannock River and its tributaries, to include the VEPCO Canal, from Fredericksburg's (inactive May 2000) raw water intake to points 5 miles upstream.

4c

III

PWS

Motts Run and its tributaries.

4d

III

Horsepen Run and its tributaries.

4e

III

PWS

Hunting Run and its tributaries.

4f

III

Wilderness Run and its tributaries.

4g

III

Deep Run and its tributaries.

4h

(Deleted)

4i

III

PWS

Mountain Run and its tributaries from Culpeper's raw water intake to points 5 miles upstream.

4j

III

PWS

White Oak Run and its tributaries from the Town of Madison's raw water intake to points 5 miles upstream.

4k

III

PWS

Rapidan River and its tributaries from Orange's raw water intake near Poplar Run to points 5 miles upstream.

4l

III

PWS

Rapidan River and its tributaries from the Rapidan Service Authority's raw water intake (just upstream of the Route 29 bridge) upstream to points 5 miles above the intake.

4m

III

PWS

Rapidan River and its tributaries from the Wilderness Shores raw water intake (Orange County - Rapidan Service Authority) to points 5 miles upstream.

4n

III

PWS

From the dam of the White Run pumped storage reservoir on an unnamed tributary to White Run upstream to its headwaters.

9VAC25-260-510 Tennessee and Big Sandy River Basins (Holston River Subbasin)

SEC.

CLASS

SP. STDS.

SECTION DESCRIPTION

1

IV

North Fork Holston River and its tributaries, unless otherwise designated in this chapter, from the Virginia-Tennessee state line to their headwaters, and those sections of Timbertree Branch and Boozy Creek in Virginia.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 1

vi

Greendale Creek from its confluence with the North Fork Holston River 4.1 miles upstream.

v

Laurel Bed Creek from its confluence with Tumbling Creek 1.8 miles upstream.

vi

Laurel Creek within the Thomas Jefferson National Forest boundaries.

***

Laurel Creek from Route 16 to its confluence with Roaring Fork.

vi

Lick Creek (Bland County) from 5.5 miles above its confluence with the North Fork Holston River 10.9 miles upstream.

vi

Little Tumbling Creek from Tannersville upstream to where the powerline crosses the stream.

vi

Lynn Camp Creek from its confluence with Lick Creek 3.9 miles upstream.

vi

Punch and Judy Creek from its confluence with Laurel Creek 3.2 miles upstream.

v

Tumbling Creek from its confluence with the North Fork Holston River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 1

ii

Barkcamp Branch from its confluence with Roaring Fork upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Beartown Branch from its confluence with Sprouts Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Beaver Creek (Smyth County) from its confluence with the North Fork Holston River 2.8 miles upstream.

ii

Brier Cove from its confluence with Tumbling Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

Brumley Creek from its confluence with the North Fork Holston River upstream to the Hidden Valley Lake dam including all named and unnamed tributaries.

***

Brumley Creek from its confluence with the North Fork Holston River (at Duncanville) 4 miles upstream.

iii

Brumley Creek from 4 miles above its confluence with the North Fork Holston River (at Duncanville) 6.9 miles upstream.

iii

Campbell Creek (Smyth County) from its confluence with the North Fork Holston River at Ellendale Ford 1 mile upstream.

ii

Coon Branch from its confluence with Barkcamp upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Cove Branch from its confluence with Roaring Fork upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Henshaw Branch from its confluence with Lick Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Little Sprouts Creek from its confluence with Sprouts Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Little Tumbling Creek from the powerline crossing upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

v**

Red Creek from its confluence with Tumbling Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Roaring Fork (Tazewell County) from its confluence with Laurel Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Sprouts Creek from its confluence with the North Fork Holston River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Toole Creek from its confluence with the North Fork Holston River 5.9 miles upstream.

1a

IV

North Fork Holston River from the Olin Corporation downstream to the Virginia-Tennessee state line.

1b

IV

PWS

Big Moccasin Creek and its tributaries from Weber City's raw water intake to points 5 miles upstream from Gate City's raw water intake.

1c

(Deleted)

1d

IV

PWS

Unnamed tributary to the North Fork Holston River from Hilton's Community No. 2 public water supply raw water intake to its headwaters.

2

IV

PWS

South Holston Lake in Virginia and South Holston Lake and its tributaries from the Bristol Virginia Utilities Board's raw water intake to points 5 miles upstream.

3

IV

Tributaries of the South Holston Lake, and Sinking Creek and Nicely Branch in Virginia, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 3

vi

Berry Creek from its confluence with Fifteenmile Creek (Washington County) 2 miles upstream.

vi

Spring Creek from its confluence with the South Holston Lake to its headwaters.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 3

ii

Cox Mill Creek from its confluence with the South Fork Holston River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

3a

(Deleted)

4

IV

Steel Creek and Beaver Creek and their tributaries in Virginia.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 4

vi

Beaver Creek (Washington County) and its tributaries from the flood control dam (near Route 11) to their headwaters.

vi

Sinking Creek (tributary to Paperville Creek-Washington County) from the Virginia-Tennessee state line at Bristol 3.4 miles upstream.

5

IV

Middle Fork Holston River and its tributaries, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 5

vi

Dry Run from its confluence with the Middle Fork Holston River 1.6 miles upstream.

vi

Dutton Branch from its confluence with the Middle Fork Holston River 2 miles upstream.

vi

Laurel Springs Creek from its confluence with the Middle Fork Holston River 2 miles upstream.

vi

Middle Fork Holston River from 5 miles above Marion's raw water intake (river mile 45.83) to the headwaters.

vi

Preston Hollow from 0.5 mile above its confluence with the Middle Fork Holston River 1.5 miles upstream.

vi

Staley Creek from its confluence with the Middle Fork Holston River 1 mile upstream.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 5

iii

East Fork Nicks Creek from its confluence with Nicks Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Nicks Creek within the Jefferson National Forest boundary (river mile 1.6) upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Staley Creek from 1 mile above its confluence with the Middle Fork Holston River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

5a

IV

Middle Fork Holston River and its tributaries from Edmondson Dam upstream to the Route 91 bridge.

5b

IV

Hungry Mother Creek from the dam upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

5c

IV

PWS

Middle Fork Holston River and its tributaries from Marion's raw water intake to points 5 miles upstream, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 5c

vi

Middle Fork Holston River from Marion's raw water intake at Mt. Carmel at river mile 45.83 to a point 5 miles upstream (river mile 50.83).

5d

IV

PWS

Middle Fork Holston River and its tributaries from Washington County Service Authority's raw water intake to points 5 miles upstream.

6

IV

ESW-10

South Fork Holston River and its tributaries in Virginia, unless otherwise designated in this chapter.

V

Stockable Trout Waters in Section 6

vi

Grosses Creek from its confluence with the South Fork Holston River 3.4 miles upstream.

vi

Rush Creek (Washington County) from its confluence with the South Fork Holston River 2.2 miles upstream.

vi

Straight Branch from its confluence with Whitetop Laurel Creek 2.5 miles upstream.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 6

iii

Barkcamp Branch from its confluence with Rowland Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Beaverdam Creek (Washington County) from its confluence with Laurel Creek to the Virginia-Tennessee state line 2 miles upstream.

iii

Bell Hollow from its confluence with Dickey Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Big Branch from its confluence with Big Laurel Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

Big Laurel Creek (Smyth County) from its confluence with Whitetop Laurel Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Big Laurel Creek (Smyth County) from its confluence with Whitetop Laurel Creek 2.6 miles upstream.

ii

Big Laurel Creek (Smyth County) from 2.6 miles above its confluence with Whitetop Laurel Creek (at Laurel Valley Church) upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Brush Creek from its confluence with Rush Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Buckeye Branch from its confluence with Green Cove Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Charlies Branch from its confluence with Big Laurel Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Cold Branch from its confluence with Jerrys Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iv

Comers Creek from its confluence with the South Fork Holston River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Cressy Creek from 1.7 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Holston River at Route 16 upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Daves Branch from its confluence with Big Laurel Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Dickey Creek from 0.6 mile above its confluence with the South Fork Holston River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Dry Fork from 1.2 miles above its confluence with St. Clair Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Feathercamp Branch from its confluence with Straight Branch upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Grassy Branch from its confluence with Big Laurel Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Green Cove Creek from its confluence with Whitetop Laurel Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Grindstone Branch from its confluence with Big Laurel Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

High Trestle Branch from its confluence with Buckeye Branch upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Hopkins Branch from its confluence with the South Fork Holston River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Houndshell Branch from its confluence with Cressy Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Hurricane Creek (Smyth County) from its confluence with Comers Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Hutton Branch from its confluence with Dickey Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Jerrys Creek (Smyth County) from 1.5 miles above its confluence with Rowland Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Little Laurel Creek (Smyth County) from its confluence with Whitetop Laurel Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

***

Laurel Creek from its confluence with Beaverdam Creek (Washington County) to the Virginia-North Carolina state line.

ii

London Bridge Branch from its confluence with Beaverdam Creek (Washington County) 0.6 mile upstream.

iii

Long Branch from its confluence with Jerrys Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Mill Creek (Washington County) from its confluence with the South Fork Holston River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Parks Creek from its confluence with Cressy Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Pennington Branch from its confluence with Whitetop Laurel Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Quarter Branch from 1.1 miles above its confluence with Cressy Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Raccoon Branch from its confluence with Dickey Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Rowland Creek from 2.5 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Holston River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Rush Creek (Washington County) from 2.2 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Holston River upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Scott Branch from its confluence with Dickey Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Slemp Creek from 2 miles above its confluence with Cressy Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

South Fork Holston River from 101.8 miles above its confluence with the Holston River to the Thomas Bridge Water Corporation's raw water intake (see Section 6a).

ii

South Fork Holston River from 5 miles above the Thomas Bridge Water Corporation's raw water intake to a point 12.9 miles upstream (see Section 6a).

ii

Star Hill Branch from its confluence with Green Cove Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

St. Clair Creek from 3.3 miles above its confluence with the South Fork Holston River (at Route 600) above Horseshoe Bend upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Sturgill Branch from its confluence with Whitetop Laurel Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

iii

Valley Creek (Washington County) from its confluence with Whitetop Laurel Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

Whitetop Laurel Creek from its confluence with Laurel Creek upstream including all named and unnamed tributaries.

ii

Whitetop Laurel Creek from its confluence with Laurel Creek 8.1 miles upstream.

i

Whitetop Laurel Creek from 8.1 miles above its confluence with Laurel Creek 4.4 miles upstream.

iii

Whitetop Laurel Creek from 12.5 miles above its confluence with Laurel Creek 3.8 miles upstream.

6a

IV

PWS

South Fork Holston River and its tributaries from Thomas Bridge Water Corporation's raw water intake between Route 658 and Route 656 to points 5 miles upstream.

VI

Natural Trout Waters in Section 6a

ii

South Fork Holston River from Thomas Bridge Water Corporation's raw water intake to a point 5 miles upstream.

6b

IV

PWS

South Fork Holston River and its tributaries from Washington County Service Authority intake near the confluence of the Middle Fork and South Fork Holston Rivers to points 5 miles upstream.