Thursday May 06 2010

Elk City Crappie Fishing
What is the length limit for walleye?

The statewide length limit for walleye in Kansas is 15 inches, but that doesn't mean that all lakes have the same length limits. Some lakes have an 18-inch minimum length limit for walleye, and in others the length limit is 21 inches. The best way to make sure your fish are legal is to check the 2010 Kansas Fishing Regulation Summary before you go. In it, you'll find a listing of all special length and creel limits for each reservoir and lake. Better yet, grab an extra regulations pamphlet wherever licenses are sold and keep it in your tackle box or boat.

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Crappie Fishing is great at Elk City Reservoir. Visit the state park to get in on this spring spawning event.

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