WVDNR Posts List of Waters Stocked May 16-May 20

By Connect-Bridgeport Staff on May 25, 2023 via

The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources announced on Monday that the following waters were stocked during the week of May 16-20:
  • Anthony Creek
  • Big Clear Creek
  • Big Sandy Creek
  • Blackwater River
  • Buffalo Creek (Brooke)
  • Bullskin Run
  • Burnsville Tailwaters
  • Cacapon Park Lakes
  • Camp Creek
  • Castleman Run Lake
  • Clear Fork of Guyandotte River
  • Clear Fork of Tug
  • Clover Run
  • Coopers Rock Lake
  • Cranberry River
  • Dry Fork (Tucker)
  • East Fork Greenbrier River
  • East River
  • Elk River (Randolph, Webster)
  • Evitts Run
  • French Creek Pond
  • Gandy Creek
  • Glade Creek of Mann
  • Glade Creek of New River
  • Glady Fork
  • Hills Creek
  • Horseshoe Run
  • Jimmy Lewis Lake
  • Knapps Creek
  • Laurel Creek of Cherry River
  • Laurel Fork (Randolph)
  • Laurel Fork of Holly River
  • Left Fork Buckhannon River (Rail Stocking)
  • Left Fork Holly River
  • Little Clear Creek
  • Little River East Fork Greenbrier River
  • Little River West Fork Greenbrier River
  • Lost River
  • Mash Fork
  • Mash Fork of Camp Creek (Children and Class Q)
  • Meadow Creek of New River
  • Middle Creek (Berkeley)
  • Middle Wheeling Lake
  • Mill Creek (Berkeley)
  • New Creek
  • New Creek Dam No. 14
  • North Fork Patterson Creek
  • North Fork South Branch
  • Opequon Creek
  • Paint Creek
  • Panther Creek
  • Pinnacle Creek
  • Pipestem Lake
  • Pond Fork
  • R.D. Bailey Tailwaters
  • Rocky Marsh Run
  • Shavers Fork (Bemis)
  • Shavers Fork (Lower Section)
  • Shavers Fork (Upper Section)
  • South Branch (Franklin)
  • South Branch (Smoke Hole)
  • Spruce Knob Lake
  • Stonewall Jackson Tailwaters
  • Summit Lake
  • Sutton Tailwaters
  • Trout Run
  • Tygart Lake Tailwaters
  • Tygart River Headwaters
  • Upper Guyandotte River
  • Waites Run
  • Watoga Lake
  • West Fork Greenbrier River
  • Williams River
Trout stocking updates are also available by calling the trout stocking hotline at 304-558-3399. They 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, 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

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

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