One of four deep water brushpiles we maintain (30 feet deep at conservation), this attractor is located off the south bluffs along a steep drop off near shore. The area is not marked with a buoy and consists of about 150 evergreen trees. Fall and winter crappie congregate around this brushpile, along with other species, including white bass, walleye, and channel catfish. We try to enhance this brushpile every third year.
We beefed up this brushpile in April 2010 with the addition of 120 medium and large cedar trees. Thanks to volunteer efforts of the Waconda Lake Association and local anglers for all their assistance!