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Archive for Sunday, June 18, 2006

Fishing report

June 18, 2006

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Clinton Lake

(Updated 6-14)

Water 1.24 feet above normal and 80 degrees. Walleye good drifting jig and nightcrawler around Clinton Point area. Many small walleye being caught. White bass and wiper fair vertically jigging Clinton Point area. Channel catfish good using stinkbait, minnows and chicken liver in lake. Crappie fair. Fishing has slowed. Most being caught on jigs and minnows over rocky areas.

Perry Lake

(Updated 6-9)

Channel catfish good. Fish are moving into rocks to spawn. Use anything under a bobber in rip-rap. Sauger fair off rocky points on crankbaints or twisters. A few seen in Rock Creek area. White bass fair off rocky points using twisters or shad colored crankbaits. White crappie fair to good on tube jigs and minnows at 4-10 feet around structure.

Lone Star Lake

(Updated 6-14)

Largemouth bass good on grubs, crankbaits and spinnerbaits. Channel catfish good using stinkbait and minnows. Bluegill good using worms under bobber and on small jigs.

Douglas State Lake

(Updated 6-14)

Closed to fishing. Lake has been drained for repair of dam and water-intake line. Old feed bin was modified into a "fish hotel" last week and placed into lake basin this week.

Leavenworth State Lake

(Updated 6-14)

Largemouth bass good using grubs, plastic worms and crankbaits. Crappie fair using jigs. Channel catfish good using prepared baits, livers and nightcrawlers around feeders and piers. Bluegill fair on worms, small spinners and jigs. Aerator was off one day for repair, but is now functional.

Lake Shawnee

(Updated 6-14)

Channel catfish good using nightcrawlers, shad entrails and liver. Wiper fair using jigs off points. Largemouth bass good on crankbaits, jigs and plastic worms.

Pomona Lake

(Updated 6-16)

Channel catfish good in discharge area using cut shad and prepared baits, and off windy points using prepared baits. Also, try the fish feeders. Walleye fair off windy points and flats using jigs tipped with worm or minnows. White bass/wiper fair in the flats with large minnows, or trolling shad and jigs. Crappie fair to good using jigs or minnows, especially at night, but fish are moving back out. Note: Fish feeders are on.

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