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The Good Ole Fishing Holes in Marshall County!

The Good Ole Fishing Holes in Marshall County!

If you’re looking to getaway from your everyday tasks and have some time to yourself fishing, we have the perfect places for you! We have listed below the public places here in Marshall County you are able to go fish! We also listed what types of fish are in each of these lakes, as well as the location of where the boat ramps are! We hope you enjoy…

Lake Max: As the sun breaks the horizon, you can launch your boat in Lake Maxinkuckee to experience a “mighty good” day of fishing! Lake Maxinkuckee, Indiana’s second largest natural lake and ranked one of the best walleye lakes in the Midwest by Sports Afield also offers great bluegill, bass and crappie fishing both during the summer and thru the ice. Lake Max is known to have Bluegill, Redear, Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, and Yellow Perch! The concrete boat ramp is located on the southwest side of the lake right off of S Shore Drive. Shoreline fishing and motors are allowed.

Lake of the Woods: Lake of the Woods is known to have good Bluegill, Redear, Catfish, Crappie, and Walleye. The concrete boat ramp is located on the shouldest side of the lake, right off of W Shore Drive. There is ADA access, Shoreline fishing, and motors are allowed.

Koontz Lake: Koontz Lake is a census-designated place in Marshall and Starke counties, in the U.S. state of Indiana. The population was 1,557 at the 2010 census. Koontz Lake is known for their Bluegill, Redear, Crappie, and Largemouth Bass. You can find the concrete boat ramp located on the south side of the lake, right off of the S Lake Drive. There is ADA access, Shoreline fishing, and motors are allowed.

Lawrence Lake: Lawrence Lake is a beautiful, 69 acre spring fed lake that is an awesome place to swim, soak, float and boat! Open water swims every Wednesday at 6:00 pm. There is always swimming, cycling, running, kayaking, and hanging out with friends and dogs by the lake. They love seeing dock diving water dogs, photos of their lovely lake, laughter and good conversation with snacks and a couple "pier beers". This lake has Bluegill, Redear, and Largemouth Bass. Their concrete ramp is located on the northwest side of the lake, right off of S Olive Trail. There is ADA access, Shoreline fishing, and motors are allowed.

Dixon Lake: Dixon Lake is 33 acres in size and consists of Bluegill, Redear, Crappie, and Largemouth Bass. You can head over to the concrete boat ramp that is located on the east end of the lake, off of S Olive Trail on Dixon Lake trail. There is ADA access, Shoreline fishing, and motors are allowed.

Mill Pond Lake: Mill Pond Lake is 166 acres and has the following coordinates: 41.17.796 N, 86.22.793 W! Mill Pond Lake is located on the west side of the lake, off of Rose Road. They have Bluegill, Redear, and Largemouth Bass. There is ADA access, Shoreline fishing, and motors are allowed.

Tippecanoe River: The Tippecanoe River, or the Old Tip Town, consists of Catfish and Smallmouth Bass. The concrete ramp to this river is located off of 331. Shoreline fishing and motors are allowed. The Tippecanoe River is considered the river of lakes. It is fed nourished by eighty-eight natural lakes including some of the state's largest. This gentle, 166 mile river is bordered for much of its length by green fields and forest as it meanders down from Tippecanoe Lake in Kosciusko County. There is wonderful fishing and hunting to be found along the river's banks that takes place! Several small green islands add to the natural beauty of the Tippecanoe River. The water is amazingly clear and is only muddy after a storm.