Hurshtown Reservoir Dam Fishing Report near Grabill, Indiana
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There is no DAM at Hurshtown Res
by Tight Lines
on May 1st
The Dam is on the St. Joseph river and it creates the Cedarville Reservoir. The 2 reservoirs are about a mile and a half apart. The Hurshtown is a city of FW park and is self contained. It is not on a river or other waterway. It is manmade and about 20 feet deep. The water is pumped in from the St. Joe River which runs nearby. The fish at Hurshtown are all stocked. They have walleye, bass, bluegill, castfish, bluegill, crappie and a few others.
Species Caught: Bullhead
Weight: 2lbs and 1oz., Length: 16in.
Fishing Hot Spots near Hurshtown Reservoir Dam
"Caught 3 Large Mouth with night crawlers at 9-10am on east side of lake.
Caught 2 small mouth..." Lake James
"Perch fishing was great throw on a night crawler and a jig. Bluegill was hitting extremely well..." Hamilton Lake
"Lots of channel and bull head catfish also big largemouth bass..." Cedarville Reservoir
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