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Little Portage Wildlife Area

This 407-acre wildlife area lies at the confluence of the Little Portage and Portage rivers, approximately six miles west of Port Clinton. It is easily reached from State Route 53, four miles southwest of Port Clinton, by traveling two miles west on Darr-Hopfinger Road.

Waterfowl hunting is popular in the area. Trapping is open to the public and is unrestricted. Good catches of muskrat are common. Since approximately half the perimeter of the wildlife area is bordered by the Portage and Little Portage rivers, much of the area is available for bank fishing. A boat ramp on the Little Portage River enables anglers to use a boat.

Small footbridges are maintained for access over the channels surrounding most of the flooded marsh units. A parking lot and boat launching ramp are also located on the area.

Little Portage Wildlife Area

Port Clinton, Ohio 43452

Phone Number(s)

Local Number: (419) 424-5000

Special Hours: Contact the Wildlife District Two Office at (419) 424-5000 for information.







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