Indiana's largest lake and home to a trophy bass fishery. Crappie are abundant and attract a lot of attention. A quality catfish population is widely ignored. 10,750 acres A section of the Monroe Lake in Monroe County, Indiana.
The second largest lake in the state is loaded with Largemouth Bass and Bluegill. Standing timber provides acres of cover and countless angling opportunities. 8,880 acres
Griffy Lake is a water reservoir in the city of Bloomington, Indiana. Created by a dam on Griffy Creek in the 1920s, the reservoir used to serve as the main source of drinking water for Bloomington fo...
Yellowwood Lake is a 133 acre lake located in Brown county. The maximum depth is 29 feet.
Starve Hollow Lake is a 145 acre lake located in Jackson county. The maximum depth is 18 feet.