If you are looking for research on fishing spots in West Virginia, you came to the right place. By searching the lake, river or stream that you are interested in, you will easily be able to find all of our Dock Talk including interviews and posts that feature that body of water. On this list, you will find our best of the best fishing spots to get you started.
So whether you are trying a new spot close to home or going on a fishing trip, you should start researching your next West Virginia fishing spot right here.
West Virginia Fishing Spots
Here are the fishing spots we have interviews for. This post will be updated as we do more interviews.
This lake is not only beautiful but it contains a lot of bass. The lake is the biggest in West Virginia with 2,700 acres and 60 plus miles of shoreline. The lake is a smallmouth bass fishing destination but also has a fishable population of largemouth bass. Walleye, flathead catfish, crappie and panfish are there to catch. This lake is not always the easiest to fish with extremely clear water and recreational boat traffic but the lake offers some great fishing for those who unlock its secrets.
Summersville Lake Fishing Interviews
Kayak Fishing Summersville Lake with John Rapp – Our interview with John demonstrates that kayak fishing this lake is possible, especially at times when the boat traffic is not too bad. John discusses how he approaches fishing Summersville smallmouth and largemouth bass population.