West Virginia Trout Stocking Schedules Jan. 23-27, 2023

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West Virginia Trout Stocking Schedules Jan. 23-27, 2023
Trout stocking schedule published by West Virginia Explorer in cooperation with the W.Va. DNR. (Photo: Jarrett Mills)

publishes an updated list of waters stocked by the W.Va. Division of Natural Resources as the division publishes announcements.

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Trout Stocking in West Virginia, January 23-27, 2023

The following West Virginia waters were stocked with trout the week of Jan. 23-27, 2023.

  • ​​Deegan Lake
  • Hinkle Lake
  • Kings Creek
  • Pennsboro Reservoir
  • Tomlinson Run
  • Tomlinson Run Lake
  • Tracy Lake

Trout stocking updates are also posted online at . 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 .

All anglers 15 years and older must have a West Virginia fishing license, a trout stamp, and a valid form of identification while fishing for trout. Licenses and stamps may be purchased at 175 retail locations or online at .

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


Trout Stocking in West Virginia, January 16–20, 2023

The following West Virginia waters were stocked with trout the week of Jan. 16–20, 2023.

  • ​​Chief Cornstalk Lake
  • Conaway Run Lake
  • Curtisville Lake
  • Elk River
  • Elk River (catch and release)
  • Huey Lake
  • Middle Wheeling Creek (delayed harvest)
  • North Fork Fishing Creek
  • South Branch (at Franklin)
  • South Branch (at Smoke Hole)
  • South Fork Fishing Creek
  • Turkey Run Lake

Trout stocking updates are also posted online at . 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 .

All anglers 15 years and older must have a West Virginia fishing license, a trout stamp, and a valid form of identification while fishing for trout. Licenses and stamps may be purchased at 175 retail locations or online at .

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


Trout Stocking in West Virginia, January 9-13, 2023

The following West Virginia waters were stocked with trout the week of  Jan. 9–13, 2023

  • Anderson Lake
  • Blackwater River
  • Bullskin Run
  • Cacapon Park Lake
  • Cedar Creek Lake
  • East Fork Greenbrier River
  • Evitts Run
  • Glady Fork
  • Knapps Creek
  • Krodel Lake
  • Lick Creek Pond
  • Little River East Fork Greenbrier River
  • Little River West Fork Greenbrier River
  • Middle Creek (at Berkeley)
  • Miletree Lake
  • Mill Creek (at Berkeley)
  • Mountwood Park Lake
  • North Bend Tailwaters
  • Opequon Creek
  • Ridenour Lake
  • Rocky Marsh Run
  • Rollins Lake
  • Shavers Fork (at Bemis)
  • Shavers Fork (lower rail stocking from Bowden to Bemis; High Falls)
  • Shavers Fork (lower section)
  • Shavers Fork (upper rail stocking Cheat Bridge to Beaver Creek)
  • South Branch Potomac River (Petersburg from the bridge in Petersburg to Brighton Park)
  • Watoga Lake
  • Wayne Dam
  • West Fork Greenbrier River

Trout stocking updates are also posted online at . 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 .

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

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


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