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Wayne County
Beech Fork Lake

  Lake  Beech Fork Lake 

  Acres  720 

  Directions  Beech Fork Reservoir is a 720 acre US Army Corps of Engineers flood control impoundment on Beech Fork and Millers Fork of Twelvepole Creek in Wayne County. The lake is located 9 miles south of Huntington near the town of Lavalette. Beech Fork is accessible from Huntington by State Route 152 

  Description  The lake was constructed in 1978 by the US Army Corps of Engineers for flood control, recreation, and fish and wildlife. Boating is permitted however a 10 horsepower restriction is enforced at Beech Fork Lake. Camping is available at Beech Fork State Park located on Cabell County Route 43 and Wayne County Route 17 at the upper end the Beech Fork arm. 

  Fishery  Beech Fork Reservoir provides a warmwater fisheries for largemouth and spotted bass, hybrid striped bass, walleye, channel catfish and bluegill. Catchable sized trout are stocked in the tailwater monthly February through May. 

  National Forest  National Forest Stamp is not required 

  Boating  10 horse power motor maximum, lake contains no wake, speed zones, and/or other restricted areas 

  Camping  Camping permit required from area manager 

  Spring Trout  Tailwaters stocked once a month February through May 

  Fall Trout  Does not receive Fall trout stocking 

  Live Minnows  Live minnows may be used as bait 

  Night Fishing  Night fishing is allowed 

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