When we drove up to Skyline Drive, we asked the Park Ranger at the entrance for advice on good spots to fish - she told us Jeremy's Run. That's were we were heading anyway on this trout hike, but that should have been a huge red flag that this stream gets a lot of traffic.
To get there, follow Skyline and park in the Elkhollow Gap picnic area - that's the trailhead. It's an easy walk down, not much vertical gain, but is a hike that you should wear hiking boots on. Do not wear your fishing shoes as the hike out with wet shoes and socks could produce a blister.
It was a pleasant sunny day as we headed into the valley and we were excited to see the stream. But after following it for a while, it became clear that this was a low water fishing event. The stream is very shallow - but does support a good population of native trout. Most are pretty small; the larger pools supporting the larger fish.
It's hard work fishing this as the target area is so small. It's like fishing in a series of mud puddles. There are a small number of bigger pools and, as you can see from the pictures below, we caught a few 6 to 9 inch fish - but - these were the exception rather than the rule. Most of the guys hanging out were like the one to the right - small and aggressive. I suppose fly fishermen like trying to catch these, but they did nothing for me.
We did see a number of other folks fishing - at least 7 other people - so this stream does get some pressure.
Bottom line: I will not go back here - it's just not good enough.
Caveat: I did not go all the way down to the bottom - it might be better water down there... but ... still plenty of pressure on this water