Glenn Flint Lake is home to largemouth bass, bluegill, white crappie, spunky panfish, and channel catfish.

Small, but mighty…full of fish, the 371-acre Glenn Flint Lake renovation removed large numbers of carp more than 20 years ago. The lake was then stocked by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources with many spawning-age fish that have taken well to a near-perfect environment for game fish. Bluegill fishermen do well here in the spring, and the fall bite is good, too. An important note: it is unlawful to remove any large mouth bass under 14 inches in length.

While the fish are abundant, Glenn Flints’ additional amenities are what both attract and retain visitors. An updated boat ramp keeps the launch process simple and easy. A few small and select camping spots near the lake make for great overnight trips. Hiking trails that connect to the parking lot can fulfill an entire day’s agenda. Coming soon, on-site kayak rental will provide visitors access to the lake in a personal watercraft to explore and fish.

Little Walnut Creek Conservancy District owns the lake, and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Division of Fish and Wildlife manages the fishery at Glenn Flint. All questions related to Glenn Flint — lake access, camping, launch ramps, fishing competitions, history, etc. — should be asked of the Little Walnut Creek Conservancy District.