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Wardensville Wildlife Management Area

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Hardy County

Wardensville WMA (55,327 acres) Hampshire and Hardy counties. Access is via state Route 59, 23/10, 5/1 and 16. Oak-hickory forest predominates on the mountainous terrain, which provides hunting for turkey, bear, deer, squirrel and grouse. Trout Pond, 2 acres, Rock Cliff Lake, 16 acres, and 61 miles of streams provide fishing for trout, while other anglers will enjoy the smallmouth bass, rock bass and redbreast sunfish fishing in Cacapon and Lost rivers. Camping is available at Trout Pond, Rock Cliff Lake, Wolf Gap and Hawk recreation areas. Owned by U.S. Forest Service.

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