Region Three - Northeast Ohio Fishing Lake Maps

Find all of your Northeast Ohio lake maps here for fishing around Cleveland, Akron, Ashtabula, Kent and Youngstown. There will be additional lakes added to the listings as they become available. Ohio Division of Wildlife Offices are listed below. Please contact them with any concerns or comments that you may have concerning your favorite lakes!

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Northeast Ohio Fishing Maps - GoFishOhio!

Atwood Lake
Atwood Lake Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing1,540 acres
25-hp limit

Berlin Lake
Berlin Lake Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing3,640 acres
Unlimited HP

Clendening Lake
Clendening Lake Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing1,800 acres
10-hp limit


Deer Creek Reservoir
Deer Creek Lake Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing314 acres
Electric motors only

East Branch Reservoir
East Branch Reservoir Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing420 acres
Electric motors only

Findley Lake
Findley Lake Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing93 acres
Electric motors only

Guilford Lake
Guilford Lake Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing380 acres


LaDue Reservoir
LaDue Reservoir Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing1,500 acres
Electric motors only

Lake Milton
Lake Milton Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing1,685 acres
Unlimited HP

Leesville Lake
Leesville Lake Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing1,000 acres
10-hp limit

Mogadore Reservoir
Mogadore Reservoir Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing1,000 acres
Electric motors only


Mosquito Creek Lake
Mosquito Creek Lake Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing7,850 acres
Unlimited HP

Nimisila Reservoir
Nimisila Reservoir Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing811 acres
Electric motors only

The Portage Lakes
Portage Lakes Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Lake Maps1,681 acres
Unlimited HP

Punderson Lake
Punderson Lake Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing101 acres
Electric motors only


Pymatuning Lake
Pymatuning Lake Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing14,650 acres
20-hp limit

Tappan Lake
Tappan Lake Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Fishing2,350 acres
299-hp limit

West Branch Reservoir
West Branch Reservoir Fishing Map | Northeast Ohio Lake Maps2,350 acres
Unlimited HP

July 2, 2018

Captain Gary Zart here. Lake Erie is on fire and I mean in a good way lol. From the Islands to Conneaut within a few miles of shore you literally cannot keep rods in the water.

You can troll. You can cast. It doesn’t matter. Use your electronics to find active fish. From 20-ft to 50-ft of water should do the trick.

Dipsey divers pulling spoons, worm harnesses and shallow cranks is about the easiest way to catch them. I call it the revolving door.

Pull Reef Runners and Bandits behind Offshore Boards weighted or unweighted to increase your catch rate. Speed has been 2.3 to 2.7.

It’s as much fun fishing as you can have in a day. Get out and enjoy it while you can.

Visit me on Facebook at Gary A. Zart or on our website at Blue Dolphin Walleye Charters (BlueDolphinWalleye.com).

Captain Gary Zart
Blue Dolphin Walleye Charters

RSS Ohio Division of Wildlife News
  • Lake Erie Fish Ohio Report October 16, 2019
    Good walleye fishing was reported in 65-75 ft of water N of Edgewater Park, 65-75 ft of water N of Wildwood Park, 65-75 ft of water N of Fairport Harbor, and in 68-73 ft of water N of Geneva.
  • Drive Safely! Deer-Vehicle Accidents Increase in the Fall October 16, 2019
    Peak months for deer-vehicle accidents, due to increased deer movement during the breeding season, are October, November, and December. Being alert, driving safely, and keeping your eye on the road may help reduce your chances of being in a collision with a deer during the fall breeding season.
  • Turn In a Poacher Hotline October 15, 2019
    While the most Ohioans follow the law, there are always a few who make poor choices. You can TEXT reports of wildlife crimes to our TIP hotline at 1-800-POACHER and include photos, location, and details about the violations.
  • Importance of Scary Wildlife: Snakes October 15, 2019
    Snakes are highly misunderstood and have wrongfully suffered from human fear and superstition. Ohio has nearly 30 species of snakes, most of which are docile and fearful of humans, and are important to the food web.
  • Fish Stocking in Ohio October 15, 2019
    We have a long history of stocking fish in public lakes, reservoirs, and rivers here in the Buckeye state. In fact our oldest fish hatchery was built in 1896! Today, we operate six fish hatcheries.
  • Deer Permit Prices Increase October 16th October 14, 2019
    No one likes price increases, including us. However, Ohioans haven't had an increase since 2004. These adjustments will bring us back in line with inflation costs.
  • Fish Stocking Programs: Why Stock? October 14, 2019
    Ohioans have a lot of great fishing opportunities. Most of our fish populations can sustain themselves naturally. Fish stockings help when natural reproduction falls short, and enhance fishing opportunities.
  • Importance of Scary Wildlife: Spiders October 14, 2019
    Halloween is just around the corner and with it comes tales of creepy crawly critters. But many of those wildlife species are essential to keeping our ecosystems in balance? One example is the spider.
  • Ring-Necked Pheasant Releases Announced October 11, 2019
    More than 14,000 ring-necked pheasants will be released at 24 Ohio public hunting areas this fall to provide additional hunting opportunities across the state.
  • Wild Ohio Cookbook: Grilled Perch October 11, 2019
    Struggling to find some water to frying pan ideas? Check out plenty of tasty recipes like grilled perch in our Wild Ohio Cookbook.
  • Hunters are Reminded to Brush Up on Waterfowl Identification October 11, 2019
    Ohio’s duck and goose seasons begin in the Lake Erie Marsh Zone! Good luck to all of the hunters heading out!

The Ohio Division of WildlifeA 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 Fishing Licenses | OH Fishing Regulations | Fish Ohio Awards

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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