Hills Creek Lake is an amazing fishing destination that has the distinction of being on the Bass Masters Tournament Rotation. This 137-acre lake offers fishermen the chance to catch several different types of warm water fish, including largemouth bass, chain pickerel, sunfish, crappies, perch, and walleye. Hills Creek Lake is home to many bass, some of which grow to be more than eight pounds. The lake used to be stocked with muskellunge, but that stopped in 2005. Lucky anglers can still catch a muskie on occasion. This lake is one of the first to freeze in the winter, making it a great spot to go ice fishing for yellow perch, bluegill, and walleye. If you bring your boat, note that the lake is limited to electric motors only. You can get out on the water using one of two public boat launches. Alternatively, you can rent a rowboat, paddleboat, kayak, or canoe.
Hills Creek Lake Fish:
Hills Creek Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Hills Creek Lake.