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Discovered in 1755, the 16,600 acres of crystal clear waters in Lake Phelps forms one of the best-kept secrets of the North Carolina state park system. Edgerton discusses the origin of Lake Phelps and the treasures it cultural and ecological treasures it contains.
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission is conducting a project to assess if the introduction of river herring into Lake Phelps will have an effect on other fish populations.
Largemouth bass fishing in Lake Phelps should be better in the future as a result of a temporary fish ladder built by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission. The fish ladder allows migrating herring from the Scuppernong River to enter the lake.