Western Branch Reservoir

Suffolk - Virginia


  • 30 catches

  • 235 followers

  • 20 spots

Permit required to fish or boat. The reservoir is known to produce trophy largemouth, sunfish, white perch, and yellow perch.

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Western Branch Reservoir Fishing Reports

Recently shared catches and fishing spots

  1. 10 lb. 2 oz. 30 in. Channel Catfish with a Berkley Gulp! Earthworms

  2. 2 lb. 4 oz. 16 in. Largemouth Bass with a Brushhawg

  3. Details: 3 lb. Largemouth Bass with a Spinner

  4. Fishing ultra light with small sinner near shore

    4 lb. Largemouth Bass with a Small Spinner

    1. Don Whitehurst 0
      Nice Bass David , Western branch is one of my favorite Lake's!!
  5. How does one go about getting a permit to fish here?

    1. Corey Larson 0
      VA fishing license is required. A permit for your boat is needed from the City of Norfolk as they own the reservoir. Information and permit is available at Oceans ...more East tackle shop.
  6. 4 and a half pounds

    4 lb. 7 oz. 20 in. Largemouth Bass

  7. 2nd place finish

    20 lb. 7 oz. Largemouth Bass with a white jig 3/8

  8. Very strong fish 8.5 lbs

    Bowfin with a Shiners

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