Mulvane-Cedar Brook Pond Fishing Information
From the intersection of E 111th St S and S 95th St E, go south 1/4 mile.
Wichita - Urban Fishing Report Fishing Report - Updated: 03/03/2023
|Species||Rating||Size||Baits, Method & Location|
|Channel Catfish||Poor||Up to 5lbs||The majority of public fishing waters around the Wichita Metro Area are stocked regularly in the Spring and Fall with harvest-sized Channel Catfish. They can be easily caught on worms and hotdogs. Starting to see catfish biting on worms! The first stocking will be around April 1,|
|Crappie||Poor to fair||Up to 12"||Try using minnows or a small jigs in deeper areas of the lakes. Crappie fishing is best at the KDOT Lakes, OJ Watson Park, and Chisholm North lake.|
|Largemouth Bass||Poor||Up to 20"||Largemouth Bass can be found in most Wichita area lakes but catching can be tough due to low populations and high angling pressure. Your best opportunities to catch bass are at the KDOT lakes, Emery Park, Blackbird/Sunflower Ponds, and Chisholm North lake. Lures that work best in cold water are small bass jigs, small soft plastics, jerkbaits, and lipless crankbaits|
|Bluegill||Poor to fair||Up to 10"||Bluegill are present in every lake in the area. Try a small piece of worm or a small jig under a bobber.|
|Rainbow Trout||Good to Excellent||up to 23"|| |
Trout season began on November 1. Try using floating dough baits, worms, small spoons, or spinners. The best dough bait colors this year seem to be corn/yellow and orange, but green and pink work well, too. Artificial lures only at Slough Creek
Remember Vic's Lake, and Slough Creek are Type 1 trout waters and all anglers fishing those waters November 1st - April 15th must have a trout permit.
|Trout stockings have resumed! Visit https://ksoutdoors.com/Fishing/Special-Fishing-Programs-for-You/Trout-Fishing-Program for more information. Rainbow Trout were stocked at OJ Watson and SG County Park on March 2, 2023. This will be the biggest and last stocking of the season. Lots of fish out there so go get them!|
|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