|Species||Rating||Size||Baits, Method & Location|
|Zebra Mussels Have Been Discovered in Chase State Fishing Lake.|| |
Chase SFL is an ANS designated water. Read the news release HERE.
Zebra mussel veligers (larval zebra mussels) are too small to be seen with the unaided eye and they can be found in boat livewells, minnow buckets, boat bilges, and anything else that is capable of holding even a small amount of water.
Be sure to drain all equipment before leaving the lake to avoid moving veligers to other waters. THIS INCLUDES MINNOW BUCKETS AND BOAT LIVEWELLS AND BILGES!!!
CLEAN DRAIN & DRY Every Lake, Every Time!
Click HERE to learn how to prevent the spread of zebra mussels.
|Channel Catfish||Good||up to 5 lbs|| |
Harvest regulations include a 15-inch minimum length limit and 5/day creel limit.
Deeper water mid-day and shallow points and shorelines after dark. Fresh cut bait, worms, and stink bait are all good summer bait choices. Near feeders on prepared baits.
|Largemouth Bass||Fair||up to 17 inch|| |
There is a 13 to 18 inch slot limit on Largemouth Bass in effect at the lake.
Early and late in the day has been the most productive for bass. Small and medium size crankbaits fished near weed edges and shoreline cover in the coves.
|Saugeye||Fair||up to 18 inch||Curly tailed grubs and crankbaits on rocky shorelines.|
|Spotted Bass||Good||up to 14 inch||Jig and plastics or inline spinners along the dam and off the rock points.|
|Bluegill||Good||up to 6 inch||Hard to beat a small piece of worm fished under a small float near weeds, brush, or rock.|
|Crappie||Fair||up to 11 inch||Jig and minnow fished along ledges along the south shoreline is a good summertime tactic.|