The Brookville Tailwater is approximately 2 miles long and runs from the reservoir to the confluence with the West Fork of the Whitewater River. The Army Corps of Engineers maintains a consistent water temperature so trout can survive the warmer months.
This stream is a designated trout stream, so if you’re going to fish, you must have a valid Indiana Fishing License and a Trout Stamp. We advocate catch-and-release angling for the tailwater.
I have been fly fishing for over 20 years in the midwest with some experience in MI, VA, WI and WV. I also have an affiliation with all of the fly shops in the Indianapolis area. I hope you find this information helpful on your outings to the Brookville Tailwater.