Neola Wildlife Management Area is a 105,607 acre National Forest in the counties of Greenbrier and Pocahontas. The property is owned by U.S. Forest Service and managed by WV Division of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Section and US Forest Service. The terrain of the area: Oak-hickory and oak-pine forests cover 90% of the rugged terrain. Hunting, Trapping, and Fishing: A 500-foot safety zone exists around all buildings, picnic areas, campgrounds, and playgrounds in which it is illegal to shoot a firearm. Hunting Opportunities: Deer, Turkey, Bear, Waterfowl, Squirrel, Grouse Trapping Opportunities: Bobcat, Coyote, Red Fox, Beaver, Mink, Muskrat, Opossum, Fox Fishing Opportunities: Neola Wildlife Management Area offers fishing opportunities: Sherwood Lake, Greenbrier River, North Fork of Anthony Creek, Meadow Creek, Laurel Run. There you can fish for trout, warmwater species. Amenities: Lodging, Camping and General Facilities: There are no lodging or camping facilities on site. Contact Information: Contact the District 4 office via phone number 304-256-6947. You may also contact Monongahela National Forest by calling (304) 636-1800. For more information about this map and others, please visit: http://www.wvdnr.gov/gis/
Vendor: WV Division of Natural Resources
Category: Hunting & Fishing
Activities: Hunting, Camping, Fishing
Size: 10.3 MB
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