Fishing Areas in Forsyth County

C.G. Hill Memorial Park CFP, Pfafftown

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Forsyth County Parks and Recreation, Phone: (336) 703-2500

How To Go:
From Winston-Salem, take N.C. 67 (Reynolda Road) west approximately five miles northwest of Wake Forest University; turn left on S.R. 1525 (Yadkinville Hwy). Go 2.8 miles; turn right on S.R. 30 Forsyth Clay3210 (Transou Road). Go 0.9 mile; turn left on S.R. 1455 (Balsom Road). Go 0.8 mile; park entrance is on the left.

About the C.G. Hill Memorial Park:
A paved parking area and several shoreline benches are located adjacent to the pond. A gravel exercise trail runs along one side of the pond, and a playground and picnic shelters are available. Channel catfish are stocked at two-month intervals and fed daily from April through September.

Primary Fish Species: Catfish, largemouth bass and sunfish.

Kernersville Lake CFP

Forsyth County Parks and Recreation, Phone: (336) 993-8245, (336) 703-2500

How To Go:
From I-40 Business at Kernersville, take N.C. 66 north. Go 1.4 mile; turn right on Dobson Street. Go 0.9 mile; turn left on Old Valley School Road. Go 1.4 mile; turn left into the park entrance.

About the Kernersville Lake:
Several sections of shoreline have been cleared, and rowboats are available for rent. A large gravel parking lot, a covered picnic shelter and universally accessible restrooms are available. Channel catfish are stocked monthly and fed from April through September.

Primary Fish Species: Catfish, largemouth bass, sunfish and crappie.

Winston Pond CFP, Winston-Salem

Salem Lake Park, Phone: (336) 650-7677

How To Go:
In Winston-Salem from I-40 Business, take exit 6C and take U.S. 311 (Martin Luther King Drive). (As you exit I-40, make a left turn at the stop light, go 0.1 mile to Martin Luther King Drive; turn right.) Go 0.4 mile; turn right on New Walkertown Road. Go 1.4 mile; turn right on Waterworks Road. Go 0.1 mile; the first road to the left is the park entrance. Take this road around to the dam and pond area.

About the Salem Lake Park:
Vegetation has been cleared from most of the shoreline around this 20-acre lake. Three fish feeders and several fish attractors have been installed. Channel catfish are stocked regularly from April through September. Picnic facilities and universally accessible restrooms are available.

Primary Fish Species: Catfish, largemouth bass, sunfish and carp.

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