Conaway Run, West Virginia Fishing
Location and Fishing Information: Located in Tyler County, WV, Conaway Run spans a modest 30 acres. The impoundment is located near the town of Centerville and was constructed in 1963.
Conaway Run has an average depth of 13 feet with a maximum depth of 33 feet. Amenities on the lake include a boat ramp, picnic area, and room for nearly a dozen trailer and tent camping sites. The lake features a walking trail that provides access to numerous shore fishing locations.
As Conaway Run is a fairly small fishery, only electric motors are allowed. Live minnows may not be used as bait.
Popular Fishing Species List:
According to the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, anglers can expect to find several species of popular game fish on Conaway Run. Despite being a small fishery, the fishery does offer decent fishing throughout the year. So, what type of fish are in Conaway Run? For starters, the fishery does receive annual trout stocking in the Spring. Between February and May, trout are stocked once per month. Other species you can expect to find in these waters include largemouth bass, bluegill, and channel catfish.
Conaway Run Fishing Videos
Trout Fishing on Conaway Run
Marinas on this Lake
Due to its small size, there are currently no marinas on Conaway Run.
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