Sheridan State Fishing Lake Fishing Report -
Species Rating Size Baits, Method, and Location
Crappie Fair Up to 13 inches Vertically fishing jigs around brush, vegetation, and rock in shallow water is effective.
Largemouth Bass Fair/Good Up to 5 lbs. Casting swimbaits and soft plastics around shoreline brushpiles, along the dam, around the fishing piers, and around laydown trees.    
Saugeye Fair/Good Up to 3 lbs. Drifting jigs tipped with nightcrawlers or minnows or casting swimbaits or crankbaits over underwater shelves and points or along the creek channel.
Bluegill Fair/Good Up to 8 inches Worms under a bobber around deeper brush or rocky shorelines.
Channel Catfish Fair/Good Up to 19 lbs. Stillfishing shrimp, liver, or prepared baits off the bottom has been productive lately.
Wiper Fair Up to 2 lbs. Most fish are inadvertently caught by catfish anglers this time of year.
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It is illegal to release any fish into public water unless it was taken from that water, so please discard any unused bait in a trash can.

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