Charles Mill Lake Fishing Map ~ Northeast Ohio
Lake Info & State Management
Charles Mill Lake is in Richland and Ashland counties. The lake covers 1350 acres of fishing water with 33 miles of shoreline. It is in Ohio Division of Wildlife District Three.
Location ~ Charles Mill Lake is just west of Mansfield at Mifflin. State Route 30 provides easy access and State Route 603 runs along the east side of the lake.
Distance from Major Cities ~ Approximately 60 miles southwest of Cleveland. Approximately 60 miles northeast of Columbus. Approximately 90 miles southeast of Toledo.
Fishing Opportunities at Charles Mill Lake include *Largemouth Bass *Bluegill *White and Black Crappie *Channel Catfish *Flathead Catfish. Saugeye have been stocked in the lake since 1982.
Boating Information ~ Boat Rentals are available. There is a 10-hp limit. The lake also features: camping ~ picnic areas ~ swimming beaches.
Ohio Division of Wildlife activities include stockings ~ fish population monitoring ~ water quality management.
Charles Mill Lake ~ Google Maps
Charles Mill Lake Photos - February 18, 2017
Go Fish Ohio…in February? Absolutely! It was 62 degrees out – why not? The GFO-Mobile needed to stretch her legs after a long winter parked in our driveway. So did our dog. No boat in tow today.
Charles Mill Lake, in Region 3, was 57 miles away from “home base” near Akron, Ohio. Its also only 60 miles northeast of Columbus and 90 miles southeast of Toledo.
We found the marina, campground and boat launch in Charles Mill State Park. Although very low currently, it looks to be great for shoreline fishing. Many people were doing just that from the day picnic area, in fact.
Charles Mill Lake has a 10 HP motor limit.
Currently, the ramp is under construction (it IS February 2017..in OHIO), but looks to be at least 2 lanes. There is a gas dock and marina on the hillside also. Boat rental will be available in season.
Good morning everyone! Fishing/Catching remains challenging at times with glimpses of turning the corner of becoming more consistent. It’s crazy that we’re in the middle of May and Mr. and Mrs. walleye don’t have there act together. I’m sure
Ohio Lake Maps by ODNR Region 1-5
Turn In a Poacher (1-800-POACHER)
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.
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