Geist Reservoir is a reservoir in Hamilton County. It was constructed in 1943 by damming Fall Creek to provide water for Indianapolis. Upon completion, Geist Reservoir was the second largest man made lake in Indiana.
Thousands of anglers take to this popular water for striped bass and Walleye. Panfish anglers catch plenty of Crappie and Bluegill. Great facilities. 5,260 acres
Eagle Creek Reservoir is a 1,400 acre dam located in Marion County. Surprisingly, the urban reservoir receives considerably less fishing pressure than one might suppose. There is a ten horsepower limi...
Morse lake is a 1,500 acre lake located in Hamilton County. 95% of its shoreline is owned by residents.
A section of the Mississinewa Lake in Miami County, Indiana.