Beaver Creek is an 11-mile creek that is entirely private- a landowner fee is required for those who are looking to fish here (see river accessibility). While private, this creek sees essentially no angling pressure year round and is incredibly wild. Casting space is tight and trees are everywhere. Wild Brown and Rainbow Trout can be found here that bear significantly different markings and colorations than the other Browns and Rainbows found in the Taylor. The Brown Trout here are also very smart, spooky and will put anglers of any experience level to the test.  It is important to fish this stretch with a buddy due to its extremely wild nature and close proximity to wildlife. Beginner and intermediate anglers should seek other places to fish.