This close cousin to the walleye loves murky water and current. Sauger are being stocked in several northeastern Kansas reservoirs where walleye haven't done well because of high flowthrough and murky water conditions. Sauger are less likely than walleye to be flushed from a reservoir. Smaller than the walleye, the world record sauger weighed 8 pounds, 12 ounces. The state record is 4 pounds, 13 ounces.
|Impoundment||Density Rating||Preferred Rating||Lunker Rating||Biggest Fish||Biologist's Rating||3 Year Average|
|HOLTON - BANNER CREEK LAKE||4.83||4.33||1.17||2.08||F||5.48|
|Water||Water Type||Stocking Date||Source||Number Stocked|
|PERRY RESERVOIR||RESV||04/15/16||MILFORD HATCHERY||1000000|
|HOLTON - BANNER CREEK LAKE||COML||04/12/16||MILFORD HATCHERY||500000|
|CLINTON RESERVOIR||RESV||04/15/16||MILFORD HATCHERY||700000|