Trout Stocking: Week of April 15

ELKINS, W.Va. – The following waters were stocked the week of April 15, 2019:

Anthony Creek
Back Fork of Elk River
Back Fork of Elk River (C&R)
Beech Fork Tailwaters
Berwind Lake
Big Clear Creek
Big Sandy Creek
Blackwater River
Brandywine Lake
Brushy Fork Lake
Buffalo Creek (Logan)
Bullskin Run
Burnsville Tailwaters
Cacapon Park Lakes
Cherry River
Coopers Rock Lake
Cranberry River
Cranberry River (C&R)
Curtisville Lake
Desert Fork
Dillons Run
Dry Fork (McDowell)
East Fork Greenbrier River
East Lynn Tailwaters
Edwards Run Pond
Elk River
Evitts Run
Fort Ashby Reservoir
French Creek Pond
Gandy Creek
Glade Creek of New River
Glady Fork
Handley Pond (Children & Class Q)
Hills Creek
Hopkins Fork
Horse Creek Lake
Kimsey Run Road
Knapps Creek
Laurel Fork (Randolph)
Laurel Fork of Holly River
Left Fork of Holly River
Lick Creek Pond
Little Clear Creek
Little Kanawha Headwaters
Little River East Fork Greenbrier River
Little River West Fork Greenbrier River
Lost River
Middle Creek (Berkeley)
Mill Creek (Berkeley)
Mill Creek of South Branch
New Creek
New Creek Dam No. 14
North Fork of Patterson Creek
North Fork South Branch
North River
Opequon Creek
Pinch Creek
Right Fork of Little Kanawha River
Rockcliff Lake
Rocky Marsh Run
Second Creek (C&R)
Seneca Lake
Shavers Fork (Bemis)
Shavers Fork (lower rail stocking Bowden to Bemis)
Shavers Fork (lower rail stocking downstream of C&R to Bemis)
Shavers Fork (lower section)
Shavers Fork (upper section rail stocking above bridge – Lambert Run to Beaver Creek)
Shavers Fork (upper section rail stocking C&R)
Shavers Fork (upper section)
South Branch (Franklin)
South Branch (Smoke Hole)
South Mill Creek Lake
Spruce Knob Lake
Stonewall Jackson Tailwaters
Sugar Creek
Summit Lake
Sutton Tailwaters
Teter Creek Lake
Tilhance Creek
Trout Run
Tuscarora Creek
Waites Run
Watoga Lake
Wayne Dam
West Fork Greenbrier River
West Fork Twelvepole
Williams River

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