Boley Lake, West Virginia Fishing
Boley Lake Fishing Information
Location and Information: Covering a modest 18 acres, Boley Lake is located within Babcock State Park (Fayette County) in the town of Clifftop, WV. It has an average depth of 12 feet and maximum depth of 25 feet. It was built in 1965.
Boating is permitted on these waters, but only electric motors are allowed. Boat rental is available with a small fee being charged to launch private boats. For anglers looking for bank-fishing options, a small trail surrounds the lake. A 40-trailer campground is located nearby, and only valid campers are permitted to fish these waters at night. The use of live minnows as bait is also prohibited.
26 vacation cabins are available, with camping offered between early May and mid-October each year.
Popular Fishing Species List:
According to the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, Boley Lake contains numerous species of popular fish. Despite being a small fishery, the lake does offer decent fishing throughout the year. So, what type of fish are in Boley? The lake receives monthly trout stocking between January and April. It is also home to bluegill and largemouth bass.
Marinas on this lake
Due to its small size, this lake does not have a marina
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