Turkey Run State Park

Fishing

Fish for bass, bluegill and more in scenic Sugar Creek, which flows through the heart of Turkey Run State Park.

Turkey Run State Park Fishing

Sugar Creek, one of Indiana’s most scenic rivers, flows right through the heart of Turkey Run State Park. You can fish for bass, bluegill and more in the creek, though a state fishing license is required.

If you prefer fishing from a boat note that there are two public access points to Sugar Creek just outside Turkey Run: one upstream of the Narrows Covered Bridge at the Brush Creek canoe ramp, and one downstream at a canoe ramp by Cox Ford Covered Bridge. Check out the map of Turkey Run or click the button below for more information about the public access points on Sugar Creek. 

Fishing on Sugar Creek
fishing on Sugar Creek

State Fishing License

A state license is required to fish at Turkey Run State Park. To purchase a fishing license go to INHuntFish.com. If you have problems using the website to purchase your license, call (317) 232-4200 or contact:

DNR Customer Service Center
402 W. Washington St., Room W160
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Notice: Swimming in Sugar Creek is prohibited. The creek can be extremely dangerous – take no chances!

Interested in other places to fish?
Check out this great Rivers & Streams Guide and State Reservoirs Info.