Beaver creek of the South Fork of the Rio Grande is a technical little stream that proved to be the most challenging out of all the feeder creeks (park and pass creek).  Fish seemed to be smaller and harder to catch, but in a way that made it almost more fun.  You need a good drift to catch this fish as they were refusing a lot of my drifts until I added more slack and did some pile casts.  Then they seemed to be more keen on my offerings.  It was a beautiful little stream and if you are seeking solitude, beautiful water to fish, and a medium challenge for some beautiful fish, this place is a great place to spend a day or a weekend.  With lots of water nearby, you can always change it up and fish elsewhere if you find the fishing isn’t what you wanted.  Great camping, wildlife and scenery is available on this stretch of creek and is worth the time taken to explore it.