One of four deep water brush piles we maintain (around 32 feet when the reservoir is full), this attractor is located off the Campground 3 point on a steep drop near shore. The area is marked with a fish attractor buoy and is fairly easy to locate. Fall and winter crappie congregate around this brushpile, along with other species, including white bass, walleye, and channel catfish. A long cast from shore can reach this fish attractor.
We added another 100 cedar trees to this brush pile in March 2013 which brings the total number of trees placed on this fish attractor to nearly 400.
We added another 46 pine trees in April 2011 to this brush pile with the assistance of several local volunteers.
We recently upgraded this brush pile in May 2009 with the addition of over 200 cedar trees.
We really beefed this brush pile up in fall 2006 with the addition of over 100 medium and large spruce pines from a local Christmas tree farm. Thanks to volunteer efforts of the Waconda Lake Association and local anglers for all of their assistance!