Centennial Lake Fishing

If you enjoy fishing for largemouth bass, take a trip over to Centennial Lake. Boasting largemouth bass of up to 6 ½ pounds, this lake is highly regarded by bass fishermen. Additionally, Centennial Lake is stocked with rainbow trout and tiger muskie fingerlings – a cross between a muskellunge and northern pike. These sterile, hybrid fish are less than 36 inches long and can put up quite the fight if you happen to get one on your line. In addition to the stocked fish, you can also find other fish here, including bluegill, channel catfish, black crappie and redear sunfish. And if you’re lucky, you may even find some brown trout, which can grow up to 20 inches long here. Centennial Lake offers anglers the opportunity to fish from shore or from a boat. The boat ramp is open between March and November – just note that you’ll be required to have a boating permit.

Centennial Lake Fish: