Indian Lake Fishing Report

  • Spring fishing is full on according to Lakeside Pro Bass. Crappies have been spawning for the last two weeks and are being taken at many of the popular areas such as Long Island, Lucy’s Pond, Blackhawk, and the game reserve. The docks at Russel’s Point Harbor have been producing fish. Fishermen have been using jigs . . read more

  • Indian Lake received less rain than GLSM and Lake Loramie. Fish have been biting. Good catches of both saugeye and crappies have been reported. Some fishermen are also finding bluegills. Crappie and bluegill fishermen have been using jigs and plastic. Wax worms and spikes are commonly added to the combination. Popular areas are Long Island, . . read more

  • Fishing continues to improve and those who know Indian are finding fish. Limits of both saugeye and crappies have been reported since March 29. Fishermen have been using jigs and plastic. Wax worms and spikes are commonly added to the combination. Popular areas are Long Island, Lucy’s Pond, Blackhawk, and the game reserve. According to . . read more

  • Some fishermen are still on the ice at the lake, but most are waiting for open water. Fishing is in transition but those who know the know Indian are finding fish. Fishermen have been using small ice jigs and blades tipped with small plastic tails. Wax worms and spikes are usually added to the combination. . . read more

  • Lakeside Pro Bass Shop reports 8-10 inch ice at the lake. Ice fishermen are on the ice and finding fish. Bluegill fishing is good and running 7-9 inches. Keeper crappies are also being taken. Fishermen are using small ice jigs and blades tipped with small plastic tails. Wax worms and spikes are usually added to . . read more

  • Lakeside Pro Bass reports that the crappie fishing can be spotty and is and subject to the weather. Many fishermen are working the channels, especially where shallow water borders deeper areas. Some crappies are being taken from the middle of channels. Blackhawk, and Moundwood have been producing fish. Some fishermen are shooting docks and lifts. . . read more

  • Lakeside Pro Bass reports that the crappie fishing is excellent. Many fishermen are working the channels, especially where shallow water borders deeper areas. The Reserve, Blackhawk, and Moundwood have been producing fish. Some fishermen are shooting docks and lifts. Adding wax worms is a preference and is more popular in waters that produce both quality . . read more

  • Lakeside Pro Bass reports some bluegill and crappie fishing is still available but fish have to be hunted. Many fishermen are working the channels. The Reserve, Blackhawk, and Moundwood, have been producing fish. Some fishermen are shooting docks and pontoons. Adding wax worms is a preference and is more popular in waters that produce both . . read more

  • According to Lakeside Pro Bass, fishing is turning on. However, changeable weather patterns can affect fishing quickly. Fishermen are looking for fish and according to reports are catching nice crappies. Some good catches of crappies running 10-12 inches are being taken off the top of pad beds. As the pads start breaking the surface, work . . read more

  • Two warm spells in January and early February had ice fishermen scrambling to salvage their season. Ice quality was questionable by the middle of February, and a week later the main lake, channels, and the reserve were all open water. Warm temperatures brought out the fishermen. According to reports some nice crappies are being caught . . read more