The Indiana Where to Fish Finder, an interactive map of public access boat ramps, now includes fish survey reports to keep anglers informed
The map is at wildlife.IN.gov/3591.htm.
Fish survey reports summarize the species collected by number and size, how the sport fish in a specific waterbody compare to those in other waters, and include depth maps and information on water quality and submersed vegetation.
“Making these reports accessible in the Where to Fish Finder creates a one-stop shop for anglers to gather up-to-date fishing information on public waters,” said Michelle Cain, wildlife information specialist for the DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife.
Each waterbody listed below now contains a survey report. More reports will be added as information becomes available.
The waterbodies that currently have updated reports are:
—Prairie Creek Reservoir, Delaware County
—Starve Hollow Lake, Jackson County
—Big Lake, Noble County
—Cedar Lake, Lake County
—Crooked Lake, Whitley County
—Fox Lake, Steuben County
—Hog Lake, LaPorte County
—Hudson Lake, LaPorte County
—North Chain Lake, St. Joseph County