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Traveling along interstates 68 or 79, or even U.S. Route 19, can put you onto fabulous bass-fishing action from Tygart Lake, the New River and beyond!West Virginia's Easy-Access Interstate Bass

West Virginia's Easy-Access Interstate Bass

September 29, 2010

Traveling along interstates 68 or 79, or even U.S. Route 19, can put you onto fabulous...

Here are seven fabulous waters, some well known, others not so popular, where you'll find excellent bassing this year in our wild and wonderful state. (May 2007)7 Best-Bet Bass Picks In West Virginia

7 Best-Bet Bass Picks In West Virginia

September 29, 2010

Here are seven fabulous waters, some well known, others not so popular, where you'll find...

For sheer numbers of bronzebacks and access to them, there's no better river in our wild and wonderful state than the mighty South Branch.Our South Branch's Accessible Smallies

Our South Branch's Accessible Smallies

September 29, 2010

For sheer numbers of bronzebacks and access to them, there's no better river in our wild and...

This 1,500-acre Braxton County impoundment continues to provide hot fishing for spotted, largemouth and smallmouth bass.Sutton Lake's Overlooked Bassing

Sutton Lake's Overlooked Bassing

September 29, 2010

This 1,500-acre Braxton County impoundment continues to provide hot fishing for spotted,...

This most famous of all smallmouth streams is still going strong as the foremost place to tangle with lots of bronzebacks -- and some big ones, too!New River Gorge Smallies

New River Gorge Smallies

September 29, 2010

This most famous of all smallmouth streams is still going strong as the foremost place to...

From the well-known New River to lesser-known waters like the Gauley and Shenandoah, here's where you'll find fabulous smallmouth action right now in our state.Three Top Rivers For White-Water Smallies

Three Top Rivers For White-Water Smallies

September 29, 2010

From the well-known New River to lesser-known waters like the Gauley and Shenandoah, here's...

The winter months are a fine time to catch the Greenbrier's bruising bronzebacks. Here are several top stretches of this famous river to consider. (February 2009)Winter Smallies Of The Greenbrier River

Winter Smallies Of The Greenbrier River

September 29, 2010

The winter months are a fine time to catch the Greenbrier's bruising bronzebacks. Here are...

From Elk Fork Lake to the New River, plus other prime picks, here's where you'll find West Virginia's hottest bassin' this spring and throughout the summer season.(May 2008)Our Best Around The State

Our Best Around The State

September 29, 2010

From Elk Fork Lake to the New River, plus other prime picks, here's where you'll find West...

Despite its age, this catch-and-release reservoir continues to provide topnotch largemouth bass action year after year. Read on for best-bet places to fish on our state's No. 1 bass water. (April 2008)Stonewall Jackson: West Virginia’s No. 1 Bass Lake

Stonewall Jackson: West Virginia's No. 1 Bass Lake

September 29, 2010

Despite its age, this catch-and-release reservoir continues to provide topnotch largemouth...

Here's all you need to find under-the-radar float-fishing trips for smallmouth bass on several of our state's best rivers. (August 2009)10 Great Summer Float Trips For Smallies

10 Great Summer Float Trips For Smallies

September 29, 2010

Here's all you need to find under-the-radar float-fishing trips for smallmouth bass on several...

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