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Full Report: TYGART LAKE – The lake is about 10 feet below the summer level. Walleye are still spawning and many will move to the Tygart River at the head of the lake. This area can be accessed at the Cove Run Road by anglers without boats. Walleye can be at any depth in the lake but will move into shallow water to feed at dusk. White bass also move to the head of the lake at this time of year.

Lots of walleye are also moving through the dam to the tailwater and fishing will be good for the next few months. Trout have also been stocked. Walleye fishing is best during higher flows (1,500 to 5,000 cubic feet per second) and trout fishing is best at low flows (less than 1,000 cubic feet per second). Call the Corps of Engineers telephone hotline at 304-265-5953 for daily lake and tailwater conditions.




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Full Report: TYGART LAKE – The lake is about 35 feet below the summer level. Walleye are still spawning and many will move to the Tygart River at the head of the lake. This area can be accessed at the Cove Run Road by anglers without boats. Walleyes can be at any depth in the lake but will move into shallow water to feed at dusk.

Lots of walleye are also moving through the dam to the tailwater and fishing will be good for the next few months. Trout have also been stocked. Walleye fishing is best during higher flows (1,500 to 5,000 cubic feet per second) and trout fishing is best at low flows (less than 1,000 cubic feet per second). Call the Corps of Engineers telephone hotline at 304-265-5953 for daily lake and tailwater conditions.




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Full Report: TYGART LAKE – Ice is off the lake and boats can be launched at the Pleasants Creek Wildlife Management Area. The lake is about 55 feet below the summer level. Walleye are starting to spawn and many will move to the Tygart River at the head of the lake. This area can be accessed at the Cove Run Road by anglers without boats. Walleyes can be at any depth in the lake but will move into shallow water to feed at dusk.

Lots of walleye are also moving through the dam to the tailwater and fishing will be good for the next few months. Trout have also been stocked. Walleye fishing is best during higher flows (1,500 to 5,000 cubic feet per second) and trout fishing is best at low flows (less than 1,000 cubic feet per second). Call the Corps of Engineers telephone hotline at 304-265-5953 for daily lake and tailwater conditions.




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Full Report: TYGART LAKE – The lake is about 50 feet below the summer level and ice-covered. It is unsafe to ice-fish because the level fluctuates under the ice.

Tailwater - There are a lot of walleye in the tailwater. This is one of the few places with open fishing water now. Walleye fishing is best during higher flows (1,500 to 5,000 cubic feet per second) and trout fishing is best at low flows (less than 1,000 cubic feet per second). Call the Corps of Engineers telephone hotline at 304-265-5953 for daily lake and tailwater conditions.




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Full Report: TYGART LAKE – The lake is about 30 feet below the summer level and ice-covered. It is unsafe to ice-fish because the level fluctuates under the ice.

There are a lot of walleye in the tailwater. This is one of the few places with open fishing water now. Walleye fishing is best during higher flows (1,500 to 5,000 cubic feet per second) and trout fishing is best at low flows (less than 1,000 cubic feet per second). Call the Corps of Engineers telephone hotline at 304-265-5953 for daily lake and tailwater conditions.




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Full Report: TYGART LAKE – The lake is about 50 feet below the summer level and falling slowly. This is a good time of the year to fish for walleyes if the lake is not ice covered. Walleye can be at any depth but will move into shallow water to feed at dusk.

Walleye have started moving through the dam during the recent high flows. Walleye fishing is best during higher flows (1,500 to 5,000 cubic feet per second) and trout fishing is best at low flows (less than 1,000 cubic feet per second). Call the Corps of Engineers telephone hotline at 304-265-5953 for daily lake and tailwater conditions.




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Full Report: TYGART LAKE – The lake is about 45-50 feet below the summer level and falling slowly. This is a good time of the year to fish for walleye before the lake ices over. A recent fishery survey found lots of walleye along the shoreline throughout the lake. Walleye can be at any depth but will move into shallow water to feed at dusk.

Walleye have started moving through the dam during the recent high flows. There are also lots of trout in the tailwater. Walleye fishing is best during higher flows (1,500 to 5,000 cubic feet per second) and trout fishing is best at low flows (less than 1,000 cubic feet per second). Call the Corps of Engineers telephone hotline at 304-265-5953 for daily lake and tailwater conditions.




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Full Report: TYGART LAKE – The lake is about 40-45 feet below the summer level. Fish surveys during last month collected lots of walleye up to 25-inches. Fish for walleye along the shoreline at night or in 25-40 feet depths during the day. Smallmouth bass can be caught using tube jigs or jigging spoons in 20-25 feet of water.

Tailwaters - There are a lot of trout and walleye in the tailwater. The fall trout stocking was completed in October and the water temperature is 44 degrees. Walleye fishing is best during higher flows (1,500 to 5,000 cubic feet per second) and trout fishing is best at low flows (less than 1,000 cubic feet per second). Call the Corps of Engineers telephone hotline at 304-265-5953 for daily lake and tailwater conditions.




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Full Report: TYGART LAKE – The lake is about 41 feet below the summer level. Walleyes can be at any depth but will move into shallow water to feed at dusk. Bass fishing can be very good at this time of year. Smallmouth bass can be caught using crank baits or tube jigs along the shoreline. Look for white bass at breaking the water throughout the lake.

Tailwaters - The tailwater temperature is 51 degrees. The fall trout stocking has been completed. Walleye fishing is best during higher flows (1,500 to 5,000 cubic feet per second) and trout fishing is best at low flows (less than 1,000 cubic feet per second). Call the Corps of Engineers telephone hotline at 304-265-5953 for daily lake and tailwater conditions.




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Full Report: TYGART LAKE – The lake is about 25 feet below the summer level and falling slowly. Bass tournament success continues to be good. Smallmouth bass can be caught using crank baits or tube jigs along the shoreline. Look for schools of white bass breaking the surface throughout the lake. Use long casts with crank baits or jigs and 3-inch twister tails and follow the school as it moves around.

There are lots of trout and walleye in the tailwater. Walleye fishing is best during higher flows (1,500 to 5,000 cubic feet per second) and trout fishing is best at low flows (less than 1,000 cubic feet per second). The tailwater temperature is 69 degrees. Call the Corps of Engineers telephone hotline at 304-265-5953 for daily lake and tailwater conditions.



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