Family Fishing is one of the pleasant adventures available at Dickinson Cattle Co. Eight lakes from one to 5 acres are stocked and ready for the amateur or professional to match wits with the hungry but clever game fish.
As cost of stocking, developing spawning habitat, construction of lakes and feeding increased, DCCI decided to open the ranch to families for private annual memberships. For the annual family fee of $100 members can fish and retain all they catch or catch with release at specific lakes. The fee is for one family, one year. Access is limited to certain entries and specific ranch rules for parking, and liability waivers. For more info on this family adventure call 740 758 5050 for your fishing permit and auto parking pass.
Here is what one Cattle Company sportsman says:
The bass you see above was caught by my good fishing friend, Gary Eller in August of this past year at the Virginia pond -- she was lovingly released back into the pond.
I want you to know how special your place is -- I praise the Lord for it. All things were created by Him and through Him (Colossians 1) and I am very thankful to have the pleasure of fishing at your ponds and watching the wildlife as well as the domesticated creatures; your Longhorns are a real treat and often won't leave me alone when I fish the Virginia pond!
I have seen birds at your ranch that I have not seen previously -- Cormorants, Baltimore Orioles, etc. I know the red tailed hawks at your place have plenty of forage.
I thank the Lord for your ranch and will pray for the success of DCCI. Chris Hunter, Tipp City, Ohio.
|Fishing is a family thing. It doesn't require batteries and all fish are made in the USA.||People who fish a lot start to look like a fish. It just happens.|
|Chris Hunter with a bass captured at Dickinson Cattle Co Saturday morning at 9:30.||Gary Eller with his huge bass caught in the Virginia pond, Dickinson Cattle Co, Barnesville, Ohio.|
|Audry Wiggins sporting a huge bass. Audry is a tour narrator at DCCI.||Some are large enough for a family meal. Marshall Dickinson thinks like a fish.|