Striped, Hybrid Striped Bass Stocked at Brookville Lake

Bass production at East Fork Fish Hatchery exceeded the annual request for 2022.

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(Brookville, Ind.) – Brookville Lake is among a dozen Indiana lakes stocked with striped and hybrid striped bass.

The Indiana DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife announced Monday they have completed annual striped bass and hybrid striped bass stockings.

More than 15,000 striped bass were added to Brookville Lake.

In total, nearly 300,000 bass were stocked at 12 lakes throughout the state.

Hybrid striped bass production at East Fork Fish Hatchery exceeded the annual request for 2022. Fish were stocked as fingerlings, averaging 1.5 inches in length, and should reach a catchable size of 14 inches in 2024.

Learn more about fishing these species in Indiana at dnr.IN.gov/fish-and-wildlife/fishing/striped-and-hybrid-striped-bass-fishing.

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