Louisburg-Middle Creek State Fishing Lake
5 DAY FORECAST
PRIME FEEDING TIMES
A diverse high quality sport fish population at Louisburg-Middle creek includes largemouth bass, saugeye, white bass, wiper, bluegill, crappie and channel catfish . The 281-acre lake offers fishermen several different types of aquatic habitats. Especially promising areas include riprap off the face of the dam, the old flooded Metcalf highway bed, the original creek channel, brush piles, standing timber, weed beds, and mud flats. Hunting opportunities on the 220-acre upland habitat surrounding the lake includes, deer, squirrel, turkey, bobwhite quail, and rabbit. Waterfowl also provide hunting opportunities on the lake itself. The predominant vegetation on the upland area includes oaks, ash, hickory, elm, Osage orange, red cedar, and locusts. Common shrubs are sumac and dogwood. Cool season grasses include brome and fescue while big bluestem and Indian grass are important warm season grasses. Facilities include access roads, a double boat ramp, one vault toilet near the boat ramp, gravel pullouts for camping, picnic tables, and fire rings. Electricity and drinking water are not available.