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New public fishing area opens in Morgan County

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Division of Fish & Wildlife

Indiana Department of Natural Resources
402 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204-2748
For immediate release: Dec. 30, 2015

New public fishing area opens in Morgan County

Anglers will have better and safer access to the West Fork of the White River in Morgan County thanks to a new public fishing area that opened this month.

Three Rivers Public Fishing Area is on State Route 67 just north of the highway’s intersection with S.R. 39 and about 4 miles north of Martinsville. The 39-acre property on the west bank of the river offers more than a half-mile of shoreline access in an area with excellent catfish, walleye, smallmouth bass and white bass fishing.

Parking is available at a gravel parking lot. A walking path takes anglers to the river.

Before the opening of the public fishing area, anglers were parking their vehicles along the road, creating a safety hazard.

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Media contact: Jamie Smyth, fisheries staff specialist, DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife,
 (317) 234-7629, jsmyth@dnr.IN.gov.
Maggie Templeton