Situated in central West Virginia is a 1,900-acre fishing spot called Burnsville Lake. The 30 miles of shoreline and three boat ramps provide fishing opportunities from shore or boat. Species available in the lake include bass (which are plentiful and reach up to 5 lbs.), walleye, sauger, saugeye, crappie, catfish, sunfish, and muskie. Shore access is limited; however, there are access points for shore fishing on each end of the lake. The best way to fish the lake is by boat, canoe, pontoon, or kayak. Amenities at the lake include a marina and your choice of three campgrounds. The lake isn’t overfished, which allows it to provide ample opportunity for visiting anglers. Burnsville Lake is an ideal place to bring the family to enjoy a fishing getaway.
Burnsville Lake Fish:
Burnsville Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Burnsville Lake.