Hoover Reservoir Fishing Map ~ Central Ohio

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Hoover Reservoir is in Delaware and Franklin Counties. The lake covers 3300 acres with 45 miles of shoreline. Ohio Division of Wildlife District One.

Location ~ Hoover Reservoir is located in Delaware and Franklin Counties just north of Columbus. It can be accessed by State Route 161 to Sunbury Road. US Route 3 runs along the west side of the lake and US Route 605 is to the east.

Distance from Major Cities ~ Approximately 10 miles north of Columbus — Approximately 70 miles northeast of Dayton — Approximately 110 miles southwest of Cleveland.

Fishing Opportunities at Hoover Reservoir include Largemouth Bass * Bluegill * Crappie * Catfish * Saugeye.

Boating Information ~ There is an 6-HP restriction on Hoover Reservoir. Many small ramps are located on the west side of the lake along Sunbury Road and an improved ramp is on Red Bank Road.

The Division of Wildlife activities include stocking – monitoring fish populations – water quality analysis.

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