Brown State Fishing Lake Fishing Information
8 miles east and 1/4 mile north of Hiawatha
|Species||Rating||Size||Baits, Method, &amp;amp;amp;amp;amp; Location|
|Blue-Green Algae||Warning|| |
People, pets and livestock shouldn't drink the water!
Avoid contact with the water!
Rinse fish fillet with tap water before eating!
Rinse off with tap water if you come in contact with water!
Avoid areas where there is accumulating algae (looks like pea soup)!
|Summer Fishing Opportunities||Red Hot||For fishing tips or more current information provided by fishermen like yourself click Got to Fish and look for your lake.|
|Perry News Letter||Good to Excellent||4 pages (lots of pics)||Twice a year I will be publishing a newsletter with Perry and other waters in my District. The newest issue is available now and features Perry and Horton Little Lake. If you would like the newsletter e-mailed to you click on Perry/Horton Little Lake newsletter and fill in the blanks.|
|Black Crappie||Fair||up to 1.0 lbs.||Fish have scattered for the summer. Might locate a few on that deeper brush, jig and minnow.|
|Bluegill||Fair-Good||up to 0.5 lbs.||Hunk of worm under a bobber or small spinner around the vegetation.|
|Channel Catfish||Fair-Good||up to 9.0 lbs||Fish feeders are in and feeding sinking food at 7:30, 8, noon, 7 & 7:30 pm. Cut bait or fresh shad in the shallows or where the water is running in.|
|Largemouth Bass||Fair-Good||up to 3.5 lbs.||From the May electrofishing data: we sampled 166 bass/hr over 8" with the largest being 20.6" and weighing 4.6 lbs. Spinner or cranks baits worked shallow and along the face of the dam.|
|Redear Sunfish||Fair||up to 0.4 lbs.||Small hunk of worm or cricket under a bobber in the vegetation and around the piers.|
Feeders are in and feeding 5 times a day, water is a little murky from all the recent rails.
Take a look at the May electrofishing pictures!
I've had a Facebook page for about a year now and it has photos of: walleye egg collection, sauger collection, stocking, electrofishing and fall netting on lakes in my area. Just click on this link https://www.facebook.com/NEKansasFisheries hopefully you'll LIKE what you see!
May electrofishing pictures, lots of bass and good crappie and bluegill, click on Brown State above the fishing report to see some of these fish. Click on the fish species and it will take you to the updated Fishing Forecast.