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Swift Run Lake

 Swift Run Lake has public excess on the east bank, parallel to SR 66, from Hardin Road at SR 66 to behind (west) of City of Piqua Water Plant (9300 SR 66.) Parking available behind water plant and across from Hardin Road. Paved boat ramp at upper Fountain Park. Says T. Lange

There's so much to do here at Swift Run Lake that you need to camp here for a while, Hickory Hill Lakes is a magnificent place for that. A tour to Lake Loramie State Park revitalizes
    the spirit; while you're here at Swift Run Lake and you want to go for a horse ride, you could stop by B & S Pony Rides. Carriage Hill MetroPark is a perfect position to ride horses near Swift Run Lake, and hey, McIntire Run is a glorious local stream.

Swift Run lake is one of 3 lakes in the city of Piqua water system. It is an excellent fishing lake, best fished with a small aluminum boat or canoe. The lake has an electric motor only restriction. Bank fishing is allowed in designated spots only. The lake has good populations of panfish and catfish, although the panfish tend to run small. There are some large crappies & bluegills, but you will have to catch 50 or 60 to get 15 of keeper size. Best bet for panfish is April and May. Bass fishing in this system is excellent. Good numbers of quality fish are caught from mid April until November. Thelakes have largemouth's up to 8 pounds, with numbers of fish in the 2 to 3 pound range. - STEVE BAYLESS


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