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District V
Route 1 Box 484
Pt. Pleasant, WV 25550
Telephone (304) 675-0871.
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District V Accessible Fishing piers
Beech Fork Lake
(Wayne County)
Located 5 miles south of Huntington off State Route 152.
Beech Fork State Park
(Wayne County)
Located 10 miles south of Huntington off County Route 43 via State Route 10.
Coonskin Park Pond
(Kanawha County)
Turn onto Coonskin Drive off State Route 114 approximately one mile north of Charleston city limits.
East Lynn Lake
(Wayne County)
State Route 152 and State Route 37 south of Huntington. Handicap fishing pier at campground.
Elk River
(Kanawha County)
Elk Street in downtown Charleston.
Kanawha River
(Kanawha County)
Daniel Boone Park off U.S. Route 60 (Kanawha Boulevard) just outside eastern city limits of Charleston.
Kanawha River
(Kanawha County)
Located at the end of 82nd Street in the town of Marmet, 400 feet downstream from Marmet Locks and Dam.
Krodel Lake
(Mason County)
Located 1 mile east of Point Pleasant on State Route 2 on the Krodel Park City Recreation Area.
McClintic Wildlife Management Area
(Mason County)
Six miles north of Pt. Pleasant off State Route 62. Handicap fishing pier--pond #10.
Ridenour Lake
(Kanawha County)
Located in City of Nitro. Turn off State Route 25 onto 21st Street and proceed approximately one-fourth mile.

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