Head to Caesar Creek Lake if you enjoy fishing in coves. Offering more than 40 miles of shoreline, this lake has plenty of small and large coves to explore. There are also many stump areas and standing trees, which make excellent hiding spots for fish. The north end of the lake is the shallower area, with depths of about 20 feet. Whereas the lake can get more than 100 feet deep near the dam on the south end. The wide variety of hiding places and depth changes make this lake the perfect habitat for many species of fish. Here you can find largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted bass, white bass, bluegill, crappie, channel catfish, flathead catfish, and carp. Ceasars Creek Lake is also stocked annually with saugeye and muskellunge. The shore fishing here is especially good. Some spots to try are the fishing platform near the Park Office and the dead end of Ward Road. If you have young children, head over to Caesar Creek Young Angler’s Pond, which is only open to those under 16 years old.
Ceasars Creek Lake Fish:
Ceasars Creek Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Ceasars Creek Lake.