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Kanawha County
Elk Two Mile Lake Site 13

  Lake  Elk Two Mile Lake Site 13 

  Acres  3.5 

  Directions  Elk Two Mile Lake Site 13 is a 3.5-acre impoundment located in Kanawha County, 5.5 miles northeast of Charleston. It is accessible from Charleston by County Routes 46 and 46/3. 

  Description  The lake was built in 1971 with a maximum depth of 22 feet and an average depth of 12 feet. A trail surrounding a large portion of the lake provides bank fishing access. Boating, night fishing, camping, and the use of live minnows are prohibited. 

  Fishery  Elk Two Mile Lake Site 13 provides a warmwater fishery for sunfish and largemouth bass. 

  National Forest  National Forest Stamp is not required 

  Boating  No boating allowed 

  Camping  No camping allowed 

  Spring Trout  Not stocked with trout 

  Fall Trout  Does not receive Fall trout stocking 

  Live Minnows  Live minnows may not be used as bait 

  Night Fishing  Night fishing is not allowed 

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