Lake Limerick is stocked by the State as well as by the Association. Lake Leprechaun is only stocked by the Association.
Lake Limerick is a semi-private lake, which is only open to the public during fishing season and only if actively fishing. Fishing on Lake Limerick requires a State issued fishing license and compliance with State fishing regulations, including adherence to the fishing season, as published by the State Department of Fish and Wildlife . Fishing on Lake Leprechaun is not open to the public.
Fishing is not allowed from any of the roads around either of the lakes and especially not from any of the dams.
In addition to boat access, fishing on Lake Limerick is permitted from:
For information on launching a boat, visit the Boat Launch page.
Special note on the Fishing Derby
The Association typically hosts a Fishing Derby on the opening day of fishing season every year. The derby is extremely well received with several hundred participants, catch prizes, raffles and other give-a-ways. As mentioned, in addition to the State stocking, the Association also stocks the lake with larger “derby trout”, some growing to over 4 pounds.
Information on the Derby can be found in the Activities and Events pages of the website.