|Area Specific Regulations|
- Largemouth bass daily limit is eight of which only three may be longer than 18 inches.
- Largemouth bass from 16 inches to 18 inches long must be released immediately to the water.
- Pregnant women, women who may become pregnant, women who are breast-feeding, and children under the age of seven should not eat flathead catfish, pickerel, gar, bowfin or largemouth bass (over 16 inches long) because of mercury contamination. Others should not eat flathead catfish, gar, bowfin or pickerel and should not eat more than two meals per month of largemouth bass over 16 inches long. Largemouth bass shorter than 16 inches and other species of fish may be eaten without restriction.
- Use of common carp as bait is prohibited.
- Handicapped-accessible fishing piers are available.