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FISHING & WEATHER

Fishing is great at Patoka Lake

   

Hunting and Fishing Licenses are available at Patoka Station and the Patoka Lake Marina Floating Store.

Fishing boat rentals are available from Patoka Lake Marina.
 

Fishing Guides at Patoka Lake

Tom's Guide Service - a full time guide welcoming children of all ages
 

Game Fish in Patoka Lake

LARGEMOUTH BASS LARGEMOUTH BASS: The average Largemouth Bass harvested at Patoka Lake is about 16 1/2 inches long. Plenty of 3-5 pound fish are caught, along with quite a few "big ones".
smallmouth bass SMALLMOUTH BASS
BLUEGILL BLUEGILL: Despite local rumors, Bluegill are abundant throughout the lake, with reproduction rates and growth rates well over state average. The typical Bluegill caught here is 8 1/2 inches. Big ones here reach 12 inches.
CRAPPIE CRAPPIE: Due to recent introduction of shad as a bait fish at Patoka, both White and Black Crappies are reproducing and growing like crazy. Average length is 10 inches, with some monsters here reaching 17 inches.
SUNFISH SUNFISH: Longear and Redear Sunfish are overpopulating Patoka Lake. They make for great panfishing here, especially for children. The typical Sunfish caught here is 7 inches long. Big ones here reach 11 inches.
WHITE BASS WHITE BASS: Despite a big population, few people fish for them here. The White Bass caught here range from 13 to 17 inches in length and put up a good fight for the few that go after them.
ROCKFISH STRIPERS (STRIPED BASS / ROCKFISH): Growing like mad since their initial introduction a few years ago. Fishermen who target them regularly catch 18-20 inchers.
CATFISH CATFISH: Monster Catfish here in the lake are a local secret. Channel cats here generally run from 15 to 32 inches in length. Fishermen have only recently started fishing for cats, and the lake should produce some record Catfish.
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