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Finally got a day off after three months of 6 day work weeks, so I need to wet a line, but hoping for some suggestions. I just moved here a few months ago and don't know the area well. Live up in Wake Forest and need to find somewhere I can fish from shore. I'm not keeping anything ;)

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Google Old Weaver RD. Follow the road from New Light rd. See the old roadbed to the left, that is Beaver Dam area. You can park and walk all up through the woods around that area of the lake. The house you will see there is a Wildlife Enforcer's house. That end of the lake is gasoline engine prohibited so its pretty peaceful. Wear bug repellant, lots of it!
 
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Google Old Weaver RD. Follow the road from New Light rd. See the old roadbed to the left, that is Beaver Dam area. You can park and walk all up through the woods around that area of the lake. The house you will see there is a Wildlife Enforcer's house. That end of the lake is gasoline engine prohibited so its pretty peaceful. Wear bug repellant, lots of it!
Shoot! I might go and check that out. You say you can fish from shore there, good bank access? Looking for a place this weekend to night fish and have a camp fire. Something kinda close to the road.
 

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Having a fire next to the big public lakes is difficult at best. They have camp sights with fire rings, but not right at the water.
 

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I've had camp fires at 2 other places on Falls lake. Requires some walking back and forth to the truck to get the wood. But nothing to intense. Was kinda just looking for a new spot to fish.
 

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I've had camp fires at 2 other places on Falls lake. Requires some walking back and forth to the truck to get the wood. But nothing to intense. Was kinda just looking for a new spot to fish.
In the state park? They can be pretty picky about it (for good reason).
 
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