By: Andrew Carty, Sustainability and the Greek Experience
Indiana Department of Natural Resources Free Fishing Weekend JUNE 7-8, 2014
For this weekend, Indiana residents will not need a fishing license or a trout/salmon stamp to fish the state’s public waters.
What if you don’t know where to fish?
“Go FishIN in the City” program provides fishing opportunities at several city park ponds.
Furthermore, DNR-specified locations will host derbies, knot and casting clinics, and cleaning and cooking classes. Some events require pre-registration, so call ahead.
June 7-8 Free Fishing Weekend Event Locations
Family Learn to Fish Carmel, IN – June 7
Family Learn to Fish Bloomington, IN – June 8
Family Learn to Fish Edinburgh, IN – June 8
Brookville Reservoir Brookville
Buffalo Trace Park Palmyra
Cagles Mill Lake (Lieber SRA) Cloverdale
Cecil M. Harden Lake (Raccoon SRA) Rockville
Cedar Lake Cedar Lake
Chain O’ Lake State Park Albion
Eagle Creek Park Indianapolis
Fort Harrison State Park Indianapolis
Hardy Lake Austin/Scottsburg
Hurshtown Reservoir Fort Wayne
J. Edward Roush Lake Huntington
Lake Maxinkuckee Culver
Lincoln State Park Lincoln City
Logansport Isaac Walton League Logansport
Marion Utilities Marion
Mississinewa Lake Peru
Monroe Lake Bloomington
Mounds State Park Anderson
Muscatatuck NWR Seymour
O’Bannon Woods State Park Corydon
River Preserve – Bainter Town Goshen
Patoka Lake Birdseye
Pigeon River FWA Mongo
Pokagon State Park at Trine SRA Fremont
Prairie Creek Reservoir Muncie
Robinson Lake Hobart
Salamonie Lake Andrews
Sam Peden Community Park New Albany
Saxony Park Fishers
Shakamak State Park Jasonville
Starve Hollow State Recreation Area Vallonia
Summit Lake State Park New Castle
Tippecanoe River State Park Winamac
Trine State Recreation Area Fremont
Versailles State Park Versailles
Whitewater Memorial State Park Liberty
Willow Slough FWA Morocco
Fishing is not all about catching fish, but rather the experience of trying to catch fish. Just have some fun and enjoy! If you like it, purchase a fishing permit through DNR and explore the rest of the fisheries of the State. Permit proceeds go toward maintaining the State’s fisheries as well as the public access to those fisheries.
Contact DNR about Free Fishing Weekend at firstname.lastname@example.org!