The stream flows through low wooded mountains joining the South Fork to form Chewelah Creek. This stream flows into the Colville River. In addition to fishing, visitors also hunt, horseback ride and camp along the creek. There are approximately 8 miles of the North Fork located on NFS lands. There are also many tributaries to the North Fork that are fishable. There are dispersed camping sites that exist along the stream at various locations.
The North Fork Chewelah Creek is approximately 51 miles north of Spokane off State Highway 395. The main Chewelah Creek flows through the town of Chewelah.
River and Stream Fishing
Fish Species: eastern brook trout, German brown trout, rainbow trout
Fishing Access: 2 X 4, 4 X 4
Fishing Methods: Fly, spin and bait.
Angling Season: Spring, summer and fall.
Depth and Size:
Washington state fishing license required. See Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife at http://wdfw.wa.gov/ for more information.