CHICKAHOMINY RIVER - VA

The Chickahominy River, named after the Chickahominy Indian Tribe, is part of the James River in Virginia. Captain John Smith actually sailed the Chickahominy in 1607 looking for a route to the Pacific Ocean. He should have looked for largemouth bass because the Chickahominy has one of the highest largemouth catch rates in Virginia.

LOCATION:

Charles City/James City/Hanover/Henrico/New Kent Counties, Virginia

SIZE (ACRES):

1200

ELEVATION (FT):

0

MAX DEPTH (FT):

64

Largemouth Bass

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Germantown, MD 20876

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