: Bass Lake : Anglers trolling jointed Rapalas are catching walleyes and white bass with some scattered crappies. Anglers casting from hillbilly beach are catching walleyes at night. Anglers are reminded that the minimum size limit for walleyes is 14 inches, and that DNR Law Enforcement is out and about checking compliance
Reported by: Indiana DNR
Lures & Spinners
Located in southeastern Starke county, Bass Lake is the third largest natural lake in Indiana. A state-owned public access site is located on the southwest shore and a state beach and campground are on the south shore. Sportsmen will find bluegill, white crappie, channel catfish and white bass fishing is available. Some anglers are also seeking walleye in Bass Lake, as a result of the DNR walleye stocking program.