Wichita Chisholm North Lake Fishing Information
City of Wichita Parks & Recreation 316-219-9777
North Woodlawn & K-96 Bypass
From K-96, take the Woodlawn exit; go North on Woodlawn; lake is on the NW side of K-96 and Woodlawn intersection.
Boating: Carry-in craft, such as canoes, kayaks and float tubes are allowed at this location.
|Species||Rating||Size||Baits, Method & Location|
|Channel Catfish||Good||Up to 2-3 lbs||Catfish stockings will resume in April, 2016. Prepared baits, dough baits and even hot dogs will catch Channel Catfish in the Wichita Area. Chisholm North, Watson and the KDOT lakes are excellent for Catfish.|
|White Crappie||Good||Up to 12"||Use small jigs or a minnow and fish around brush piles close to the shoreline. Crappie are best at the KDOT Lakes, Watson Park, K-96 lake and Chisholm North lake.|
|Largemouth Bass||Fair||Up to 18"||Bass fishing in Wichita can be found at any of the lakes, but the best reports come from the KDOT lakes, Emery Park, Blackbird and Sunflower Ponds and Chisholm north lake. Use large spinning lures and fish around logs and woody debris or near standing vegetation.|
|Bluegill||Good||Up to 1 lb||Sunfish are a great choice when other fishing gets a little slow. A simple small piece of worm fished under a bobber near the shore will yield the best catches. Bluegill are present in every lake in the area, but are especially good at Blackbird and Sunflower ponds, Chisholm North lake, and Emery Park Pond.|
|Rainbow Trout||Good||Up to 2 lbs||Rainbow trout are stocked every 2 weeks from Nov 1 - April 15 at KDOT East Lake and SG County Park (Vic's lake and Slough Creek) The last stocking was 1/28/2106 and the next are scheduled for 2/11/16 and 3/3/16.|
Channel Catfish are stocked monthly across the Wichita Metro Area from April - September.
For more information see our Fish Stocking Page.
Blue-Green Algae: Current advisories and warnings are listed here: http://www.kdheks.gov/algae-illness/algae_advisories.htm
|Fishing Population||Creel Limit||Min Length Limit|
* Largemouth, Smallmouth, Spotted Bass in Combination
** Striped Bass or Wiper in Combination
*** Walleye, Sauger or Saugeye in Combination
****Channel Catfish or Blue Catfish in combination