As you get out this spring to go fishing at a state park lake or your favorite trout stream, we want to remind you to be safe and practice health guidelines that help prevent spreading the COVID-19 virus.
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Golden rainbows and rainbow trout might be the most popular fish in all of West Virginia, but have you ever wondered what makes them different?
The West Virginia Gold Rush is back this spring bigger and better than ever and will now include an additional weekend of stockings and a new contest. Gold Rush will now start on March 27 and run through April 4. Each day, we’ll be stocking golden rainbow trout in more than 60 lakes and streams […]
In an effort to improve and diversify fishing opportunities in the Mountain State, the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources has been managing New River walleye populations since the 2000s. Those management efforts are paying off and the Eastern Highlands walleye, also known as the New River walleye, is thriving in lakes and rivers around […]