Dry Fork of the Cheat River

Dry Fork of the Cheat River, Dry Fork, WV 26260

The Dry Fork is a 39.1 mile long tributary of the Black Fork of the Cheat River in the Allegheny Mountains. The Dry Fork is one of the five forks of the Cheat River.

The Dry Fork rises between Rich Mountain and Little Middle Mountain in Randolph County and initially, flows north-northeast past the towns of Whitmer, Job, and Harman.

Gandy Creek passes through the well-known cave known as Sinks of Gandy and joins the Dry Fork at the town of Gandy. The Dry Fork is known for catching smallmouth, brown, brook, and rainbow trout.

Dry Fork of the Cheat River

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