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Ritchie County
Tracy Lake

  Lake  Tracy Lake 

  Acres  11 

  Directions  Tracy Lake, also known as Bonds Creek Lake, is a 12-acre impoundment located in Ritchie County 3 miles northwest of Pennsboro. It is accessible from County Route 50/22 via a 1-mile gravel road. 

  Description  The lake was built in 1962 with a maximum depth of 33 feet and an average depth of 20 feet. An unpaved boat ramp, picnic tables, and primitive camping are available. A trail surrounding most of the lake provides bank fishing access. Electric motors only are allowed and the use of live minnows as bait is prohibited. 

  Fishery  Tracy Lake provides winter and spring trout fishing, and warmwater fishing for largemouth bass, bluegill, and channel catfish. Trout are stocked once both January and March. Tracy Lake has a healthy bass population, which produces several large bass each year. 

  National Forest  National Forest Stamp is not required 

  Boating  Electric motors only 

  Camping  Limited primitive camping 

  Spring Trout  Stocked once in January and once in March 

  Fall Trout  Does not receive Fall trout stocking 

  Live Minnows  Live minnows may not be used as bait 

  Night Fishing  Night fishing is allowed 

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