Stonewall Resort Partners With Local Suppliers To Offer Additional Outdoor Activities

WESTON, W.Va. – Stonewall Resort announced its partnership with McFly outside and Stonewall sports clays in Lewis County to organize guided fishing trips and lake tours, as well as ‘shoot and dine’ clay sporting events.

“Stonewall Resort is proud to partner with local businesses to provide great activities for the community and our guests,” said Andre ‘D’Amour, General Manager of Stonewall Resort. “McFly Outdoors and Stonewall Sporting Clays are experts in their respective fields and provide top notch instruction, service and adventure. “

D’Amour said resort guests, whether staying at the resort or just visiting for the day, can book a guided fishing trip on Stonewall Jackson Lake with a professional McFly Outdoors guide. Half-day and full-day excursions are available.

The lake has been classified as one of the main retention ponds for largemouth bass and largemouth bass and is also home to bluegill, carp, catfish, crappie, muskellunge. , trout (seeded) and walleye, according to a press release.

In addition, McFly Outdoors offers guided tours of the lake. Early morning tours provide the opportunity to see a variety of wildlife – white-tailed deer, raccoons, ospreys, bald eagles, and black bears – moving around.

Stonewall Resort and Stonewall Sporting Clays have teamed up to host “Shoot & Dine” events every Thursday night throughout the summer. These events provide novice and expert shooters with a sporting clay experience, as well as a delicious Appalachian barbecue dinner prepared by the professional culinary team at Stonewall Resort and served at the pavilion of the sporting clay facility.

While the dinner menu changes weekly, patrons can enjoy a variety of specially designed Appalachian smokehouse items like Smoked Turkey Breast, Chicken Fried Steak, Smoked New York Strip, Beef Breast , hickory smoked ham and cherry smoked rib eye, as well as a unique selection of delicious sides, salads and desserts.

Customers can choose the 5 booth option or the full course. Reservations are required by noon on the Wednesday preceding each event and can be made by calling (724) 231-3812. For prices and additional information visit the resort’s events calendar page in click here.

To book a guided fishing trip or lake tour and to receive exclusive prices for these excursions, contact the resort marina at (304) 269-8895. For more information, call the resort at (304) 269-7400 or visit the website at

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