Small water, but worth a diversion if you are in the area.
Sitting in the shadow of Evitts Mountain and fully enclosed within Rocky Gap State Park, Lake Habeeb is a massive body of water fed by Rocky Gap Run. As you would expect on a lake this size, it features a public boat ramp at the north end (39.711759,-78.641784) but, surprisingly, only allows electric motors. If you …
Nice little pond a short drive from Georges Creek.
Camping in the Green Ridge? Here’s a nice pond to fish.
Trout or bass? It’s got both.
Right off the Interstate… a pretty good spot.
A small stream – worth visiting after stocking.
You should know about Evitts… it is the 5th most heavily stocked stream in the State.
Newly added to the stocking list in 2010, this spot receives over 7,000 stocked trout. Good bass fishing makes it a year-round destination!
This section is reserved for youth, seniors and the blind.
Fully enclosed within the 46,000 acre Green Ridge State Forest, Fifteen Mile Creek offers plenty of access and dramatic scenery. For those who want to turn their fishing trip into a weekend or longer, the state forest offers 100 designated primitive campsites with permits available from the Green Ridge State Forest headquarters. According to the …
Town Creek is a low pressure, good section of trout water.
Not a bad spot. Much better than the upper section of 15 Mile Creek
This is best visited after a stocking
The southern section of Town Creek is exceptionally easy to access and could be a great place to learn to fly fish
The northern section of the Town Creek delayed harvest area proves to be a nice stretch of water – even on a very cold fall day.