Mogadore Reservoir was constructed in 1939 within the valley of the Little Cuyahoga River in Portage County, Ohio and is owned and operated by the city of Akron. The fish populations in Mogadore Reservoir are managed by the Ohio Division of Wildlife. The reservoir has 1,104 acres of boating and fishing water with a maximum depth of 24 feet defined by a 27 mile shoreline.
Fish species that are found in Mogadore Reservoir include largemouth bass, red ear sunfish, bluegill, black and white crappie, yellow perch, channel catfish, and brown bullhead. Channel catfish are stocked during odd-numbered years by the Division of Wildlife.
Ice fishing is very popular at this reservoir. Most of the fish caught ice fishing tend to be bluegill, crappie, and perch.
Anglers who catch a big fish should enter their prize in the Fish Ohio angler recognition program. A fish qualifies for an award if it meets the minimum size requirement set for the Fish Ohio program. Applications are available online at FishOhio.org.
Search Mogadore Reservoir Resources
Boats are allowed on Mogadore Reservoir, but they must be propelled by electric motors only. Three modern boat launches are distributed along each third of the lake. Please check out the Lake Resource Guide for boating services and rentals in the area.
There is no lodging available at Mogadore Reservoir but there are nice campgrounds and other amenities close by. Please review the Lake Resource Guide for additional lodging in the area.
The closest major city is Cleveland. Other nearby Ohio cities: Canton, Cuyahoga Falls, Kent and Ravenna. The lake is located in Portage county.
Fun times at Mogadore Reservoir
|Avg. High 33||Avg. High 37||Avg. High 47||Avg. High 60||Avg. High 69||Avg. High 78||Avg. High 82||Avg. High 80||Avg. High 73||Avg. High 61||Avg. High 49||Avg. High 37|
|Avg. Low 19||Avg. Low 21||Avg. Low 28||Avg. Low 39||Avg. Low 49||Avg. Low 58||Avg. Low 62||Avg. Low 61||Avg. Low 53||Avg. Low 43||Avg. Low 34||Avg. Low 24|