Wyandotte County Lake Fishing Report -
Species Rating Size Baits, Method & Location
Black Crappie Fair Up to 12 inches Some crappie are being caught on minnows suspended near structure. 
Bluegill Good Up to 8 inches Worms and wax worms under a bobber fished in the shallows.
Channel Catfish Good Up to 10 lbs. Channel catfish are being taken lakewide. Best bite is occurring in the evenings on worms, minnows, shad or liver.  
Largemouth Bass Good Up to 5 lbs. Finesse plastics fished shallow and near vegetation edges. Top-water baits at sunup and sundown are producing some fish.   
Smallmouth Bass Slow Up to 2 lbs. Finesse plastics and crankbaits fished near rocky habitats.
Wiper/White Bass Slow Up to 6 lbs. Trolling shad imitation baits fished near mainlake points.
Walleye Fair Up to 2 lbs. Drifting across mud flats and points, minnows are producing best right now. 
Rainbow Trout Slow Catchable Trout season is over look for them to be stocked again next winter.     
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.