Good things come to those who bait.



Become familiar with the creel limits as well as how to identify each species of fish. Any carp caught on the lake should be removed.

Type Size Limit Daily Limit
Largemouth Bass Catch/Release Catch/Release
Smallmouth Bass Catch/Release Catch/Release
White Bass 16" or smaller 2
Hybrid Striped Bass - Catch/Release
Walleye 16" - 22" only 3 (1 over 26")
Muskie 48" or larger 1
Northern Pike 24" or larger 1
Flathead Catfish - Catch/Release
All Other Catfish None 6
Bluegill/Sunfish None None
Crappie 9" or larger 15
Bullhead None None
Carp None None

Only use minnows which have been purchased from a reputable bait shop. Never put any unused minnows back into the lake and never use any minnows which have been netted from an outside body of water on Lake Wildwood lakes as unwanted and dangerous species of fish may be introduced to the lake.

Remove any and all carp from either of the two lakes. They can produce more than one million eggs and can cause severe problems on Lake Wildwood's lakes.

Posted Creel Limits
If the creel limits above differ from the posted limits around the Development, the posted limits take precedence and should be followed.

Listing of Rules
Visit section G. for a full listing of fishing rules and regulations.

2018 - Fishing Tournaments

Entry Fee: $50.00 (per boat)

Saturday, April 21 // 5:30am - 12:00pm
Saturday, May 19 // 5:30am - 12:00pm
Saturday, June 9 // 5:30am - 12:00pm
Saturday, July 14 // 5:30am - 12:00pm
Saturday, August 18 // 5:30am - 12:00pm
Saturday, September 1 // 6am - 12:30pm

Limited to the first 15 boats. Registration will start 1/2 hour prior to the start of each tournament. Take-off and weigh-in will be held at the Marina ramp.

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