Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Driftwood State Fishing Area

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Driftwood State Fishing Area



Offers three fishing lakes, picnic areas, and a boat ramp. W of US 31 in Edinburgh 9.5 miles N of Columbus

The Driftwood State Fishing Area (SFA) straddles the line between Johnson and Bartholomew Counties. It is located in south-central Indiana along U.S. 31 west of Edinburgh. It covers 263 acres of land and includes three gravel pits: Plover Pit (67 acres), Sandpiper Pit (17 acres), and Meadowlark Pit (2.5 acres). The property is maintained by personnel from nearby Atterbury State Fish and Wildlife Area.

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