Lake McBride

Lake Bride: This 800-plus acre lake is something of a well-kept secret. It is home to quality largemouth bass while also supporting strong numbers of crappie, walleye, bluegill and channel catfish with trophy fish available. You might also hook up with a Kentucky spotted bass or a white bass. Because the lake also supports an abundance of forage, timing is important for optimum angling success, which means the best fishing is generally in the spring and fall when the fish are feeding heavily in fairly predictable locations.

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