Hosting a number of fishing tournaments throughout the year, Glenn Flint is absolutely the best fishing spot in the county. Click the link, HERE, to view DNR stocking information. Home to largemouth bass, bluegill, white crappie, spunky panfish, and channel catfish, the lake has a recently renovated boat ramp and dock area for easy access. Open to all types of watercraft, many kayakers enjoy the scenic banks of the lake. Working with an organization named Rent.Fun, Glenn Flint Lake now offers self-service kayak rental from the primary dock and ramp area. This program is just one of six in Indiana but is part of nearly 60 that stretch from coast to coast. You can visit their website HERE to download the app and gain access to a kayak once you arrive at the lake.
In addition, a trail system starts and stops at the primary parking area for anyone to explore. Nearly four miles of rustic trail weave through the old-growth forest on the southeast portion of the lake. Current renovation and maintenance of the trails provide an ever-increasing mileage to the total. A small number of primitive camping spots can also be found near the main entrance and boat ramp for those that desire a weekend stay.
Created in 1967, Glenn Flint is a flood control lake for Little Walnut Creek. It is owned by the Little Walnut Creek Conservancy and managed by the Indiana DNR, Division of Fish and Wildlife. It is a public lake but requires an entry fee for access — $10 for a daily pass and $50 for an annual pass. This and more information can be found at the Little Walnut Creek Conservancy website link. Waterfowl hunting is available through an application process also explained on the Glenn Flint website.
BOATING & KAYAKING
FISHING PIER & TOURNAMENTS