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Hey Cat Man,

Never fished there, but am also interested in any info anyone has. I've talked to a couple of people who had been there and caught some bass. One guy said there are pike in one of the lakes. You don't need a license, but there is a $2 charge to fish. Here is some info from the Hamilton County parks website. Based on the fish population study done, looks like a lot of carp!

http://www.greatparks.org/conservation/2004 Campbell Lakes Preserve Public Summary.pdf

http://www.greatparks.org/rec_fishing/campbelllakes.htm
 

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I have fished Northeast and Center Lakes. There are some large basses in there. You just have to be careful walking to the shore line or you will spook them. The water is crystal clear so the fishes tend to be picky. You will have to finish fish to get the most out of them from my experience. It is however packed out with people especially at all the spots that has good cover. Just remember to have money for a park pass if you do not have one and your two dollars because the park ranger does stop by there frequently.
 

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I have fished Northeast and Center Lakes. There are some large basses in there. You just have to be careful walking to the shore line or you will spook them. The water is crystal clear so the fishes tend to be picky. You will have to finish fish to get the most out of them from my experience. It is however packed out with people especially at all the spots that has good cover. Just remember to have money for a park pass if you do not have one and your two dollars because the park ranger does stop by there frequently.
Sounds like a place ideal for a canoe and fly rod.
 

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Went there Sunday... did some bass fishing and carp fishing... got skunked, as did the other 30 or so people there. I didn't see a single fish caught by anyone.
 
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