Indiana Fishing Reports & Profiles

When you head out in the Hoosier State you have lots of choices. You can venture out on the big lake to the north or hit one of the many lakes, rivers, or even pits around the state. Knowing where they’re biting, what bait is working, and more can make the difference between an OK day and a major success. See below for all of the insider information to make your upcoming day on the water a good one.

IN Fishing Reports

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Indiana Fishing Report – April 23, 2021

Each spring Northern Pike migrate up the Kankakee River finding places to spawn. The fish are looking for warming backwaters with newly emerging vegetation. These movements are tied to rising river height and water temperature. Using river gauges at Shelby and Dunns Bridge anglers can get an idea when to get out.

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Indiana Fishing Report – April 16, 2021

The best action this week was near Portage and east to the State Park but action was hit or miss.

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Indiana Fishing Report – April 1, 2021

Recent winds stirred up Lake Michigan and curtailed effort. For those that got out, there was good coho action around Portage from the mouth of Burns Ditch to the Port.

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