One thing to note is that Louisville does not stock any of the lakes, only the ones in the FINS program get stocked. And they quit stocking bass for that program.
Here's what I specifically know about some of them:
Cherokee--the fertilizer from the golf course causes a big algae bloom. The few times I've fished there, turtles were an issue.
Fishermen's Park--I've not seen a lot of fish come out of there except when its stocked with trout. Some of the ponds are real weedy when it gets warm. But last year it looked like they put in some grass carp.
Miles Park--I've seen some decent ones come out of there. Its one of the original FINS lakes and was part of it when they were stocking bass. Also, Floyds Fork is in the park if you want to do some creek fishing.
Tom Wallace Lake--I've been there when they've been shoulder-to-shoulder after it was stocked.
Long Run Park--I've seen some decent sized fish there. But they appear to be well trained. I always thought it ought to produce more but then again, there's always other people there fishing as well.
Watterson Park--Its a good place to go for comic relief. Watch people trout fish with large catfish poles. I've also seen grown men fish there with little Barbie poles. And you probably need to forget how to count when you're there because no one else there knows how.
Charlie Vettiner--I've never really fished it, but I can't say that I've seen anyone else either.
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