Hebron State Fish Hatchery is located in southern Licking County, north of Buckeye Lake. This 230-acre facility was acquired from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 1982. This hatchery has 63 ponds, 13 indoor rearing troughs, 25 acres of wetlands and 50 wooded acres with 2.5 miles of nature trails. Water is supplied by Buckeye Lake (5,000 gallons per minute capacity) through a 1.5-mile section of the old Ohio-Erie Canal. Two wells (370 gallons per minute capacity) also provide water to the hatchery. Saugeye, walleye and channel catfish represent the majority of fish production, but blue catfish and bluegill are also raised at the hatchery.