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The Brookville Lake recreational area encompasses over 17,000 acres of lake and upland habitat.
The fastest flowing Indiana river, the east fork of the Whitewater feeds the lake, and with the rapid drop in elevation, the bottom depths near the dam exceed one hundred feet.
Fish habitat is excellent for species such as Small-mouth Bass, Crappie, and Walleye. In fact, Brookville Lake is the single source walleye stock for nearly every walleye impoundment in Indiana. Typical female breeding walleye exceed 25 inches and often are in the 30 inch plus range.
Saltwater Striped Bass are also stocked at Brookville and are kept fed on large schools of shad forage fish.
Other species found in the lake are Largemouth Bass, White Bass, Bluegill, Muskee and Catfish.
Another great fishery is the Brookville Lake tail water, below the dam. Here you'll find Trout; Rainbows stocked by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and Brown Trout stocked by Trout Unlimited. New regulations limit brown trout minimums at 20 inches which is resulting in a much more productive resource in the brown trout catch.
White Tail Deer abound in this part of Indiana and numerous deer hunting opportunities, along with Wild Turkey in the same habitat, are available for archery and gun seasons.
Duck and goose hunting is also productive on the lake and its tributaries.
For more information on fishing and for guide service options contact Tag Nobbe in Brookville at 765-265-3238. Brookville Lake Guide Service
Contact Dan Salvi at 513-759-5836 for tail water guiding.
Birders will find varieties of waterfowl, wading birds, song birds, and raptors in the Brookville Lake area. Typical migrations consist of Teal, Mallards, Coots, Wigeons, Golden Eye, and Canvas Backs, along with greater Canada Geese and Sandhill Cranes.
Green, Great Blue, Little Blue, and Night Herons abound at Brookville. Osprey and Red Tail Hawks are quite numerous. You will, given some time, very likely see a Bald Eagle around the lake.
In the evening, especially in the spring, listen for the Barred Owl's distinctive calls
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