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
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
Largemouth are dominant and provide anglers with plenty of action. While not known for producing trophies, Taylorsville yields numerous 15-to 18-inchers. 3.050 acres
Another top-notch Largemouth Bass lake. Excellent natural reproduction and average growth rates produce good numbers of fish in the 13-to 15-inch range. Nine pounders are routine.