|Species||Rating||Size||Baits, Method & Location|
|Largemouth bass||Good||1-5 lbs.||The water has cleared some so fish should be hitting lures better. Shad imitation lures such as white crankbaits, swimbaits, or vibrating jigs should work. Topwater baits can also be productive.|
|channel catfish||Good||1/2-15 lbs||Chicken liver, cut bait, or other prepared baits lakewide, focus should be on wind blown banks or near areas where water is running in during rain events.|
|Walleye||Slow||10-24"||Fish have moved back to the flats and channel breaks. Trolling crankbaits and jig and crawler.|
|crappie||Fair||up to 14"||Crappie are in deeper water, look for them around the Georgia cubes or along the creek channel breaks. Minnows are probably best bet.|
STOP AQUATIC HITCHHIKERS! CLEAN, DRAIN, and DRY your boat and livewell before leaving an area. DO NOT MOVE FISH OR BAIT between waters.
We sank 30 Georgia Cube Fish Attractors in this lake and they are holding fish. Click on the following link to download the Google Earth File and get the coordinates. http://ksoutdoors.com/KDWPT-Info/Locations/Hunting-Fishing-Atlas/Fishing-Atlas/GPS-KML-Information-Files/Google-KMZ-file-of-Artificial-Habitat-Fish-Attractor-GPS