Best Fishing Spots in Virginia

Smith Mountain Lake

Smith Mountain Lake is one of the most popular places for fishing in Virginia. It is so popular that you will want to get there before dawn.

Lake Moomaw

Are you in the mood to catch trout? Then you might want to check out Lake Moomau. The surface of the lake is 2,530 acres and the maximum depth is 152 feet.

Kerr Lake

Kerr Lake is one of the largest reservoirs in Virginia. You can easily spend a few days here. You'll be able to explore over 850 miles of coastline.

Lake Anna

Lake Anna is a 9,600-acre impoundment. The ramp at Anna Point Marina provides public access year-round. You’ll be able to catch largemouth bass, crappie, striper, wiper, and more.

Mossy Creek

Are you looking to go fly fishing in Virginia this summer? Then you have to check out what Mossy Creek has to offer. steep slopes, fast currents and aquatic vegetation.

Briery Creek

Briar Creek Lake is one of the best places to catch trophy-sized largemouth bass. Along with Largemouth Bass, you can also find Bluegill, Redear Sunfish, Channel Catfish, Crappie.

Carvin Cove Reservoir

Visit Carwin's Cove Reservoir, one of Virginia's hidden outdoor gems. It is 630 acres in size and is located just north of downtown Roanoke.

Claytor Lake

Claytor Lake has something for everyone. Whether you like working the shoreline for Bluegill or you want to venture into deeper waters for Bass, Claytor has it all.

Nottoway River

The Nottove River is 155 miles long. It begins in Prince Edward County and flows to where it joins the Blackwater River. This beautiful river is full of all kinds of fish.

Virginia Beach

Last on our list of the best fishing spots in Virginia this summer, let's explore Virginia Beach. This is where to find Striped Bass, Wahoo, Cobia, Tuna, Marlin, and King Mackerel.

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