Almost all Virginia State Parks havesome sort of body of water associated with them. From smallcreeks thatyou can hop across with native brook trout at Grayson Highlands State Park, to the awesome Chesapeake Bay at Kiptopeke State Park, anglers can find their favorite spot for fishing various species. This year DCR/Virginia State Parks, DGIF, Virginia Tourism and numerous County tourism agencies, have teamed up and launched, Fish Virginia First. This effort is to promote a fishing trail through SW Virginia, which includes 20 of our State Parks. The interactive website will help you plan a trip based on species, location, or body of water and will also help with lodging, activites for the family in the area and even fishing tips.At the end of the month a fishing show will be filmed toair on one of the sports networks to promote this area and the quality fishing.Good weather is on the way, so get out and go fishing!
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