Muskie: Fresh water’s “Top of The Line Predator”. One of the most challenging fish that swim’s. Once you have experienced catching one it’s hard not to get “The Fever”.
Since 1985 Webster Lake in North central Indiana has been stocked with Muskie. Considered one of the top 10 Muskie lakes in the Midwest. Support’s not only a chance at catching your first Muskie, but, a chance at a fish of a lifetime.
The North Webster area of Muskie Lakes include more than a dozen well stocked fisheries. Not only Webster Lake. The Tippecanoe Chain with 3 lakes all connected by the Tippecanoe River. James Lake all so known as “Little Tippy” has 2 state records to it’s credit. Lake Tippecanoe with it’s 990 acres is the deepest natural lake in Indiana at 120 feet. Boost some fantastic under water structure, with steep breaklines and points and mid lake humps. makes it a must fish. The Barbee Chain connect to Lake Tippecanoe via “Grassy Creek”. Known mostly as Barbee has 7 connecting lakes all have Muskies swimming in them. From Gin clear to stained water you have a chance at the next state record.
Unlike our neighboring states like Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and even Canada has closed seasons on Muskie. Here in Indiana you can Muskie fish year round. We are located a short drive from Chicago, Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and even Detroit.