Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Going for the Gold

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Going for the Gold

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West Virginia's stocked trout waters begin just south of the Pennsylvania border. Nonresident trout fishing requires the following licenses and permits: Nonresident fishing license ($37 annual, $16 junior sportsman); trout stamp ($16), conservation/law enforcement stamp (required of all licensed anglers, $13 plus $3 issuing fee). No license is required under age 15. These can be purchased at www.wvfish.com or by calling 304-558-2758.

From April 2-6, the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources will stock the following waters exclusively with golden rainbows.

* Barboursville Lake

* Boley Lake, Babcock State Park

* Berwind Lake Wildlife Management Area

* Cacapon Resort State Park

* Cedar Creek State Park Lake

* Chief Logan State Park Lake

* Coopers Rock Lake, Coopers Rock State Park

* West Virginia State Wildlife Center at French Creek Pond

* Little Beaver Lake, Little Beaver State Park

* Mason Lake, Pedlar Wildlife Management Area

* Mountwood Park Lake, Mountwood Park

* Pendleton Falls, Blackwater Falls State Park

* Pipestem Resort State Park

* Rollins Lake Wildlife Management Area

* Spruce Knob Lake, Monongahela National Forest

* Tomlinson Run State Park Lake

* Wallback Lake, Wallback Wildlife Management Area

* Watoga Lake, Watoga State Park

* Warden Lake Wildlife Management Area

* Blackwater River

* Cranberry River

* North Bend State Park Lake tailwater

* Opequon Creek

* R. …

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