With more than 1,800 surface acres and twenty-five mile of shoreline, you’re sure to catch something at Medicine Creek Reservoir. Also known as Harry Strunk Lake, this location is mostly frequented by locals looking to catch crappie and walleye. The lake is also home to a good number of bass, catfish, sunfish, and wipers. If you’re after walleye, try fishing in the summer near the deeper structure in the main part of the lake. In the spring, the walleye tend to move to the creek channel arms where the water is shallow. There are plenty of great spots for shore fishing, although you may need to walk a bit to find them. For the easiest access to the best fishing, head out on the water in a kayak, canoe, or other fishing boat.
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