Webster Reservoir Fishing Report -
Species Rating Size Baits, Method, and Location
Crappie Fair 7 to 17 inches Did have reports of fish being caught off the North Breakwater and around the fish attractors.  Jigs, small slab spoons, or minnows fished deep in or near the submerged cedar trees should produce.
Walleye Fair 14 to 26 inches Did have fish reported being caught off the Dam, around the old swim beach (Little Sahara) and Old Marina Point using diving lures and night crawlers.  Crankbait's and Jigs have been the preferred equipment off the Dam and night crawlers on the old swim beach and Old Marina Point. Stocked in 1.7 million fry on 4-12-19.
White Bass/Wiper Fair 8 to 24 inches Have had reports of fish being caught on the point by the big gates, culvert below the Bait Shop and off Old Marina Point using jigs and rattle traps.
Catfish Fair 12 to 30 inches Did have reports of catfish being caught by the culvert below the bait shop, off the Unimproved launch area and around McCormick's bridge using shad and stink bait on the bottom.
Largemouth Bass Fair 12 to 20 inches Did have any reports of bass being caught in the coves and also by the culvert below the Bait Shop using jig and pig, plastic bait's and spinner baits. 
Rainbow Trout Fair 8 to 18 inches The trout season is over, and NO trout permit is needed to fish for trout in the stilling Basin.  However, the creel limit still applies and there are plenty of trout that can be caught.
General Comments


SURFACE ELEVATION- 1893.62 ---- 1.17' above conservation pool

The water level is 0.08' lower than it was one year ago at this time.  All high-water boat ramps are usable (Old Marina, Rock Point, Goose Flats and Morel) at this level. 

A current release rate of 120 cfs from the irrigation canal is being conducted to maintain the lake level.  

Remember it is illegal to release any fish into public water unless it was taken from that water. Please discard leftover bait in a trash can.

Now Available: A Webster District newsletter which includes informative fisheries information about Webster, Kirwin and Keith Sebelius Reservoirs is currently available. If you would like to subscribe to this spring and fall newsletter you can go to the following link to get on the mailing list.