Sheridan State Fishing Lake Fishing Report -
Species Rating Size Baits, Method, and Location
Crappie Slow/Fair Up to 13 inches Drifting or trolling small crank baits and jigs over deeper water or vertically fishing jigs around deep fish attractors.
Largemouth Bass Fair/Good Up to 5 lbs. Casting swim baits and soft plastics around shoreline brushpiles, along the dam, or around the fishing pier.
Saugeye Good Up to 3 lbs. Casting or trolling crankbaits along the dam and over shelves adjacent to creek channel drop-offs.
Bluegill Fair Up to 8 inches Worms under a bobber around deeper brush.
Channel Catfish Fair Up to 19 lbs. Cut bait fished off the bottom on warmer days.
Wiper Fair/Good Up to 2 lbs. Casting small, shad imitating baits like white road runners.
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ATTENTION: This is a generic winter fishing report and will be updated as notable changes warrant.  Weekly updated fishing reports will resume around March 2019.

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