WVDNR posts list of 28 waters stocked Jan. 2–6

SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.VA. — The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources announced on Monday that the following waters were stocked during the week of January 2:

•Anthony Creek
•Barboursville Lake
•Chief Logan Pond
•Cranberry River
•Fitzpatrick Lake
•Gandy Creek
•Greenbrier River (Marlinton section)
•Howards Creek
•Hurricane Reservoir
•James P. Bailey Lake
•Larenim Park Lake
•Laurel Fork (Randolph)
•Laurel Fork Lake
•Little Beaver Lake
•Lost River
•New Creek
•North Fork Patterson Creek
•North Fork South Branch
•North Fork South Branch (Catch and Release)
•Pendleton Lake
•Shavers Fork (upper section)
•South Fork Cranberry River
•Spruce Knob Lake
•Summit Lake
•Thomas Park Lake
•Trout Run
•Waites Run
•Williams River

Trout stocking updates are also posted online at WVdnr.gov/fish-stocking. For a complete list of stocking locations and frequency of stockings, anglers should consult pages 14 and 15 of the 2023 West Virginia Fishing Regulations Summary, available to download at WVdnr.gov/fishing-regulations.

All anglers 15 years and older are required to have a West Virginia fishing license, trout stamp and a valid form of identification while fishing for trout. Licenses and stamps can be purchased at 175 retail locations across the state or online at WVfish.com.

To learn more about fishing opportunities and trout stockings in West Virginia, visit WVdnr.gov/fishing.