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Bass lake  .... information provided by Indiana DNR

A 6˝ month long creel survey was conducted from mid-April through October, 1996.  Anglers harvested 1,163 walleye and caught and released 431.  Walleye made up 14% of the harvest by number and 21% by weight.  July was the best month for catching walleye at Bass Lake.  Most of the walleyes harvested were small, averaging 14 inches.  13% of Bass Lake’s anglers targeted walleye.

The lake has been stocked with fry 14 of the past 15 years.  No walleye were stocked in 2001 in an effort to reduce food competition and improve growth rates.  Stocking density has also been reduced from 3,000 fry per acre to 1,500. 

This shallow 1,345-acre natural lake is located about six miles south of Knox off U.S. 35 and State Road 10 in Starke County.  There is a public access site on the lake and outboard motors are permitted

 

 

 

 



 

 

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