|SPECIES||RATING||SIZE||BAITS, LOCATION, METHODS|
|Zebra Mussels|| |
Zebra mussels can be found attached to rocks lakewide. Zebra mussel veligers are too small to be seen with the unaided eye and they can be found in boat livewells, minnow buckets, boat bilges, water toys, 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, BOAT LIVEWELLS, AND BILGES!!!
Click HERE to learn how to prevent the spread of zebra mussels.
|White Bass and Wiper||Poor to Fair||Up to 27"||Spoons, jigs, and Crank baits near points and drop offs.|
|Walleye||Poor to Fair||Up to 27"||Try using big jigs or large crank baits on flats.|
|Crappie||Fair||Up to 17"||Try using jigs or minnows near structure in deeper water.|
|Blue Catfish||Poor to Fair||Up to 50lbs||Fish with live bait or cut bait in deeper water. Reports of small (10"-20") Blue Catfish being caught. Be sure to identify your catch!|
|Channel Catfish||Fair||Up to 20lbs||Try fishing cut bait or stink bait near shallow wind blown areas.|
|White Perch||Fair to Good||Up to 12"|| |
White perch can be caught in similar areas as White Bass and Wipers using smaller lures. Most White Perch are 5"-9".
White perch cannot be used as live bait, but they do make good cut bait. For tips on identifying a white perch from a white bass, wiper or striped bass click HERE.
All white perch in your possession must be dead. It is illegal to posses live white perch.
|Water levels are very low. Use caution when boating!|