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Lake Information Details and State Management
Seneca Lake Seneca Lake is found in Guernsey and Noble Counties. The lake covers 3550 acres of water and 47 miles of shoreline. It lies within Ohio Division of Wildlife District Four(4).
Location Seneca Lake is located in eastern Ohio – mostly in Noble County with a small northern section in Guernsey County. The dam is located 2 miles east of Senecaville on State Route 313 and 12 miles southeast of Cambridge via Interstate 77 and State Route 313.
Distance from Major Cities Approximately 110 miles south of Cleveland. Approximately 80 miles east of Columbus. Approximately 30 miles west of the Ohio/WV border.
Fishing Opportunities Seneca Lake anglers can hook into the following species; *Largemouth Bass *Bluegill *White and Black Crappies *Walleye *Channel Catfish *Bullheads. The lake has also been stocked with *Muskellunge and *White Bass with moderate success.
Boating Information There is a 399-hp limit restriction on Seneca Lake. Two boat ramps are located on the northwest side of the lake off of State Route 313. The full service marina offers boat rentals and has a nearby restaurant.
State Management The Division of Wildlife activities include ~ stocking ~ installing fish structures ~ monitoring fish populations ~ creel studies ~ water quality analysis.

Seneca Lake Location – Courtesy Google Maps

Nearby Bait & Tackle Shops, Marinas, Boat Rental and More…

Seneca Lake Marina | 16592 Lashley Rd. | Senecaville, Ohio 43780 | PH: 740-685-0015 [claim this listing]

T&L General Store | 14171 Clay Pike Rd. | Senecaville, OH 43780 | PH: 740-685-2060 [claim this listing]

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 and boating opportunities!

Turn In a Poacher (1-800-POACHER)

Ohio’s Turn In a Poacher, or ”TIP” program is helping 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 it 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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