Anglers come to fish Jennings Randolph Lake in hopes of landing a trophy-sized walleye. This 952-acre lake has been consistently stocked with walleye since 1983. The walleye can get as big as 31 inches long; however, finding them may prove challenging. You may be able to find the walleye gathering spot, providing you have the time. Although the population of walleye isn’t as abundant as other fishing spots, this lake is known for having the biggest walleye catch in West Virginia. Anglers come to Jennings Randolph Lake to try to snag the next huge walleye while also fishing for bass, catfish, saugeye, sunfish, striper, and trout.
Jennings Randolph Lake Fish:
Jennings Randolph Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Jennings Randolph Lake.