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Pendleton County
Brandywine Lake

  Lake  Brandywine Lake 

  Acres  6 

  Directions  Brandywine Lake is a 6-acre impoundment located 3 miles east of Brandywine in Pendleton County and accessible from U. S. Route 33. 

  Description  The lake was built in 1960 with a maximum depth of 18 feet and an average depth of 10 feet. Located on the George Washington National Forest, recreational facilities include picnic tables, toilets, a swimming beach, and approximately 35 spaces for tent or trailer camping (no hook-ups). The area opens to camping in mid April and closes December 1, with a fee being charged from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The lake is open to fishing all year, but night fishing and using live minnows as bait are not allowed. Access is available for car-top boats with electric motors only allowed. 

  Fishery  Brandywine Lake provides good fishing for largemouth bass, bluegill and channel catfish. It is stocked with trout bi-weekly from March through May. Trout are also stocked in October. 

  National Forest  National Forest Stamp is required 

  Boating  Electric motors only 

  Camping  Camping permit required from area manager 

  Spring Trout  Stocked once in February and once every two weeks from March through May 

  Fall Trout  Stocked twice in October 

  Live Minnows  Live minnows may not be used as bait 

  Night Fishing  Night fishing is allowed 

  Map  [map not currently available] 

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