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Hunting, shooting and fishing trips Indiana: united states

Hunting and fishing trips in Indiana: United States: known for great smallmouth and largemouth bass, great whitetail stalking

Indiana offers many great lakes for fishing countless exciting opportunities. Each lake has its own characteristics and fame for different fish species. Patoka Lake is considered Indiana’s best fishing spot for bass, stripers, sunfish and crappie whilst Summit Lake State Park offers great fishing too as well as great options for camping overnight, allowing the enjoyment of endless days of fishing. The second largest lake in Indiana, Lake Maxinkuckee covering 1863 acres, offers great fishing for bluegill, perch, crappie, bass and walleye. During the winter months, ice fishing is locally famous here. Lake Michigan on the other hand offers monster salmon and its small ponds have a wealth of panfish. As Indiana has so much water area with over 40 famous fishing lakes, it doesn’t come short of hunting opportunities. Having so many lakes is very beneficial for people keen on shooting waterfowls. Deer stalking and archery is also one of the most popular hunting choices due to the extensive population of prize sized bucks. Indiana is also well known across the country for it big coyote population which has pretty flexible seasons, so much so it has often adopted the title of “Coyote Country”.

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