Alum Creek Lake Fishing Map | Central Ohio | Delaware County
Alum Creek Lake is located in Delaware County. ODNR Wildlife District 1. Alum Creek features 3,387 acres of fishing water with 46 miles of shoreline.
Alum Creek Lake is in Delaware County about seven(7) miles north of Columbus. The lake is paralleled by I-71 to the East with SR36 and SR37 providing access.
State Routes 521, SR36, SR37, Chesire Road, Hollenback Road and Lewis Center Road all provide access from SR23 on the west side of the lake.
Seven(7) miles north of Columbus | 105 miles southwest of Cleveland | 100 miles northeast of Cincinnati
Largemouth Bass ~ Smallmouth Bass ~ Muskellunge ~ Saugeye ~ White and Black Crappie ~ White Bass ~ Channel Catfish.
There are four(4) boat ramps around Alum Creek. Three of these ramps have two lanes. Horsepower is unlimited. You can rent both fishing boats and personal watercraft.
The Ohio Division of Wildlife management includes annual stocking of saugeye and muskellunge. They monitor fish populations and construct fishing piers and boat ramps.
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A very special THANKS to the Ohio Division of Natural Resources, the Division of Wildlife and the Division of Watercraft for their hard work and dedication in providing Ohio sportsmen and women with safety and excellent fishing & hunting opportunities!
Ohio’s Turn In a Poacher -“TIP” program – helps to curtail poaching throughout the state by involving the public in reporting wildlife violations. If you observe a wildlife violation, click here and submit the form online or print the form and mail to:
TIP Headquarters, Division of Wildlife
2045 Morse Rd., Bldg G | Columbus, Ohio 43229-6693
Or call the TIP toll-free hotline, 1-800-POACHER.