Summersville Lake, located on Gauley River, is a pristine fishing spot. Anglers come to this 2,700-acre lake to the enjoy the amazing fishing and beautiful scenery. The lake is nestled among the foothills of Mt. Nebo in central West Virginia. The lake’s 60 miles of shoreline provide access for great shore fishing. A few public boat ramps make it easy to access the water by boat, canoe, kayak, pontoon, or other watercraft. Anglers can pursue various fish species here, including bass, trout, walleye, crappie, perch, catfish, and sunfish. The leading catches at the lake are bass, crappie, and walleye. Anglers and families can enjoy numerous amenities, such as campgrounds, shops (including tackle) and dining.
Summersville Lake Fish:
Summersville Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Summersville Lake.