The recent thread on the Mahonong river produced a lot of comments on polluted waters. So just what are the cleanest waters to eat fish from? I fish mostly for walleye and panfish from Mosquito Lake. I have never seen Mosquito Lake mentioned in any EPA fish advisory but it would fall under the recommendations for all waters in the state. I will say this about Mosquito Creek- MANY people eat the fish they catch below the dam on route 305. There are no dams between Mosquito Lake and the Mahoning River and I wouild never eat fish caught in that stretch of the creek. The only thing that keeps pollutants from "migrating" upstream is dams that are too high for fish to jump over. Fish can swim from the Mahoning River all the way to the base of Mosquito dam. When they die, their remains (and toxins) become part of the sediment. So what are peoples thoughts on the cleanliness of our local lakes?