Wyandotte County Lake Fishing Report -
Species Rating Size Baits, Method & Location
Black Crappie Slow Up to 12 inches Some crappie are being caught on jigs and minnows suspended near structure. 
Bluegill Good Up to 8 inches Worms and wax worms under a bobber fished in the shallows.
Channel Catfish Fair Up to 10 lbs. Liver or livebait fished near mainlake points.
Largemouth Bass Good Up to 5 lbs. Finesse plastics fished shallow and near vegetation edges. Best bite early-mornings and late-evenings. 
Smallmouth Bass Fair Up to 2 lbs. Finesse plastics and crankbaits fished near rocky habitats.
Wiper/White Bass Fair Up to 6 lbs. Trolling shad imitation baits fished near mainlake points.
Walleye Slow Up to 2 lbs. Nightcrawler and a jig drift fished across mud flats
Rainbow Trout   Catchable Trout season is over but target them again next fall.   
General Comments
A Wyandotte County fishing permit is required to fish this property. A Wyandotte County trout permit is required for trout fishing. Please contact Wyandotte County Unified Government Parks and Recreation Department at 913-573-8327 for more information.