More than 400,000 native and out-of-state anglers annually wet their lines in West Virginia rivers and streams, lakes and ponds. With the exception of hiking , no other outdoor recreation activity in West Virginia matches fishing. Are you interested in submitting an article to our quarterly magazine for the West Virginia angler? Please let a member of the editorial team know.
- Five bass lakes ranked in West Virginia: 2002
- Record blue catfish taken in Ohio: 2014
- Record rainbow trout taken in Berkeley pond: 2014
- Fly-fishing course offered in W.Va. outback: 2014
- Channel catfish anglers may win state park stays: 2014
- June 7-8, 214 is free fishing weekend in West Virginia
- Free fishing weekend in West Virginia 2014
West Virginia Fishing Contributors
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Fishing is one of the most popular forms of recreation accommodated in West Virginia, and it’s hard to keep up with the constant change and expansion. If you’ve noted inaccuracies in our content or would like to contribute as a correspondent, please contact a member of our editorial staff.
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