Fishing Areas in Granville County

Lake Devin CFP, Oxford

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Oxford Parks and Recreation, Phone: (919) 603-1135

How To Go:
Take I-85 and exit 202 (U.S. 15) toward Oxford. At first traffic light, turn left on Industry Drive; go approximately 0.3 mile. At the next traffic light, turn left on Providence Road. Go approximately 0.25 mile; turn right on Lake Devin Road (S.R. 1164). Go approximately.5 mile; turn right into the parking lot and boat ramp area (just before the lake dam).

About the Lake Devin CFP:
Bank areas have been cleared from this 196-acre lake, and a universally accessible fishing pier has been constructed. Private boats can be used on the lake, but gasoline-powered motors are not allowed. From April to September, channel catfish are stocked monthly and fed daily. Fishing tackle is available for loan for free. The Granvillelake is open to fishing from May 1 through Nov. 30, from sunrise to sunset. Fishing permits are sold at City Hall in Oxford.

Primary Fish Species: Largemouth bass, sunfish, crappie and channel catfish.

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