Caesar Creek Lake offers many opportunities for anglers. The lake has over forty miles of shoreline with many small and large coves, standing trees, and stump areas. The average lake depth ranges from twenty feet at the north end of the lake to over 100 feet on the south end near the dam.
This varied lake provides perfect habitat for many species of fish of interest to anglers. These include the following:
Largemouth Bass Small-mouth Bass Kentucky Spotted Bass White Bass Bluegill
Crappy Channel Catfish Flathead Catfish Carp
In addition, Saugeye and Muskellunge are stocked annually.
There are numerous places to fish from the shore on the lake. Some of the more convenient areas are at the dead end of Ward Rd., the fishing platform near the Park Office and under the St. Rt. 73 bridge.
Visit the Caesar Creek Young Angler's Pond.
Fishing exclusively for kids under16 years of age.
Be sure to check for fishing events on our events page.