Center Hill Lake is an 18,000-acre fishing destination with 400 miles of shoreline to enjoy. This lake is a thriving fish habitat complete with many ledges, points, channels, and islands. You can fish from the shore or from one of several piers. You can also head out in canoes and kayaks if you enjoy being on the water. There are many different types of fish here, including crappie, bass, walleye, catfish, trout, sunfish, and stiped bass. Center Hill Lake is also home to giant paddlefish and muskie. In fact, the record paddlefish that was caught here weighed in at a whopping 75 pounds. Center Hill Lake is stocked between April and September with rainbow and brown trout. You’ll find many amenities here, including fishing docs, boat ramps and fish-cleaning stations.
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Center Hill Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Center Hill Lake.