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Share your family hunting and fishing traditions in West Virginia!
From the early settlers to today’s sportsmen and women, hunting and fishing have been proud parts of American heritage. To help preserve this tradition, the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources designed a series of hunts, regulations and a license for youth anglers and hunters … making it easier than ever to pass a family tradition to the next generation.
*Additional stamps may be required. Check current WV Fishing Regulations for more information.
Children/Class Q Fishing Areas
*All youth must be accompanied by licensed adult, at least 21 years of age, and additional stamps may be required. Check current WV Hunting Regulations for more information.
Purchasing Fishing and Hunting Licenses
The following links may be helpful in planning a West Virginia fishing/hunting excursion.
Camping is offered at several wildlife management areas, national forests, and state parks and forests.
If something more comfortable is desired …
West Virginia’s state parks offer a wide assortment of accommodations. Spend the night in a state park lodge with WiFi connectivity, fitness room and an indoor pool, relax in a log cabin nestled in the woods, or stay in a modern cabin with all of the amenities of home.
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