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Keep fish you catch for an aquarium if the fish meets legal size and bag limit requirements.
Take smelt from Lake Michigan and Oliver Lake (La Grange County) from March 1 through May 30.
There are no size or creel limits for rough fish, unless special regulations apply.
For daily creel and fishing license purposes, one fishing day equals one calendar day.
Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center 126 Main Street, Pikeville Excitement is always in the air at the Eastern Kentucky Exposition Centre situated in the center of downtown Pikeville.
This 126,000 square foot facility has an arena floor approximately 24,000 square feet and provides concert seating of 7,000.
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The Indiana Department of Natural Resources neither endorses products or services listed or claims made; nor accepts any liability arising from the use of products or services listed. Fish with a trot line – a line that extends into the water from a fixed point and has smaller drop lines attached to it; limited to one trot line at a time with no more than 50 single- or multi-barbed hooks, and each drop line having only one hook. Float or jug fish by using a buoyed container that suspends a single line and a single- or multi-barbed hook. Each float must be marked with the user’s name and address, and the user must be in constant visual contact with all floats.
Indiana or Michigan residents fishing in any of the waters listed below and who possess a valid fishing license for either state, are permitted to fish in these lakes while following the laws and regulations of the state having jurisdiction over that portion of the lake. In Person: Visit a retailer or DNR site listed at Indiana Outdoor. A legible tag with the name and address of the user must be affixed to each trot line. NOTE: Float fishing is not allowed on lakes and reservoirs for public safety reasons.
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Visitors can tour a country music stars' home place, tour an 1800's recreated Appalachian settlement (working farm), historical homes and civil war sites, scenic driving trails, musical and theatrical entertainment venues, local artisan museum, horse shows, fishing and camping, whitewater rafting, golf courses, and much, much more.
Except for trout, anglers may cull fish of a particular species until reaching the daily creel limit.