Mound City Lake Fishing Report -
Species Rating Size Baits, Method, & Location
Channel Catfish Excellent Size varies but most are of  legal size, with some large fish Cut bait, also try stink baits, chicken liver, cut shad or chunks of sunfish, The fish feeders are ON for the season.Lots of good catfish, high number of 2 to 5 pounders, in the lake. 
Bluegill/Redear Sunfish Excellent varies Use small baits, jigs or small worm under a float set for shallow water, fish are in shallow spawning
Crappie Slow 8 to 14 inches some larger Warm weather will improve crappie fishing.  Sampling indicates that majority of crappie are in the 10 inch range with some fish in the 13 to 15 inch ranges.  Shallow to 6 ft deep.  minnows and dark jigs are best.    Along the south tree line or habitat structures and drop offs along the creek channel.
Largemouth Bass Excellent varies Recent sampling indicates a good population with majority of fish 14 to 19 inches.  some up to 7 pounds.  Bass are in shallow water adjacent to structure, try  plastics, jig and Pig, slabs
General Comments

 Water level is good and clear.  Go fishing, the fish have to eat.  Water conditions are good.  The catfish and crappie are very nice this year.

Mound City Lake has a great reputation for producing good strings of crappie.  Best baits are  dark colored jigs and minnows, mainly around underwater structure.  Fish feeders are ON.  Largemouth bass numbers have really improved and continues to produce great fishing.

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For tips on spring bass fishing check out the KDWPT video at the following link! 

For crappie anglers, watch this 25-minute video that covers Kansas crappie fishing during spring, summer, fall, and winter 

Get the kids, get your friends and Go Fishing. Remember to "CLEAN, DRAIN AND DRY" your boats, trailers and equipment.