Location and Information: Spanning a modest 49 acres, Dunkard Fork Lake is located in Marshall County in the northern panhandle of West Virginia and was created in 1998. It is located north of the town of Cameron and is situated near the Pennsylvania state line.
Amenities on this lake include a boat ramp and a pier accessible to handicapped anglers. Electric motors are permitted, as is the use of live minnows as bait. Camping and night fishing are also permitted.
Popular Fish Species List:
According to the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, Dunkard Fork Lake contains numerous species of popular fish. Though it is a modest-sized fishery, the quality and size for several species is worth noting. So, what type of fish are in Dunkard Fork? For starters, trout are stocked on this fishery between February and May. No trout are stocked in the fall, however. It is worth noting that due to an absence of bass harvest regulations, it is expected that the size of largemouth bass with increase considerably with some giant bass (for the area) being possible.
Marinas on Dunkard Fork Lake
As a small fishery, there are currently no marinas on this lake.
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