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Anglers congregate to try for walleye and saugeye at Kanopolis Reservoir Thursday afternoon. Kansas' oldest federal flood control reservoir still holds good fishing.
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Bob Roberts, of Salina, has enjoyed fishing Kanopolis Reservoir for 40 years. White bass and wipers, (pictured) have brought him back often.
Jigs, often tipped with nightcrawlers, are still a popular bait at Kanopolis Reservoir.
Bob Roberts, of Salina, has enjoyed fishing Kanopolis Reservoir for 40 years. Walleye and saugeye have brought him back often.
Bob Roberts has named his old boat Blue Heron because of its color, and fish catching abilities.
Bob Roberts has fished Kanopolis Reservoir for 40 years, most of which have been from his 1979 Champion boat.
Bob Roberts has literally cleaned tons of fish caught from Kanopolis Reservoir. Thursday he cleaned four saugeye and a walleye.
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