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Cheney: White bass fair trolling crankbaits in shallow coves. Wipers good trolling jigs and plugs on points, flats and coves. Walleye fair around the islands drifting jigs and trolling crankbaits. Crappie fair around rocks and brush. Catfish fair on windblown shorelines and near feeders using shad sides or other cutbait.
Council Grove: Catfish good using shad sides and prepared baits during inflows. Saugeye fair to good around rocky shorelines in shallow water using swimbaits, crankbaits or jigs. White bass fair off mainlake points, the dam and channel breaks using jigs, spoons or crankbaits. Crappie fair to good near shore next to cover using minnows under a bobber or along the dam in water 15-20 feet deep.
El Dorado: Wipers fair using crankbaits, jigs or inline spinners on shallow flats. White bass fair along rocky or rip rapped shorelines trolling crankbaits or casting jigs or spinners. Crappie fair in brush in 5-8 feet of water using jigs or minnows under a bobber. Catfish fair along windy shorelines on shad sides. Walleye fair on the flats using jig-n-crawler.
Kingman SFL: Crappie fair with minnows and jigs near brush piles and riprap. Catfish good near feeders using cut baits and chicken livers. Largemouth bass fair near vegetation or in shallow water on soft plastics and spinnerbaits. Sunfish fair near brushpiles with small nightcrawlers. Northern pike fair using bass lures around weedbeds.
Marion: Catfish fair with dip baits in shallow water. Crappie fair along the dam, off windy points and in shallow areas with minnows. Walleye good along windblown points, banks and on the flats with jig-n-crawlers. White bass good near dam at night. Wipers good off points, over drops, near the dam and off rocky points with crankbaits and curly-tailed grubs.
McPherson SFL: Catfish good with dead shad or cut baits near feeders. Crappie fair around rip rap or brush using small minnows and jigs. Largemouth bass good with spinners in shallow water adjacent to cattails.
Fall River: Catfish good using worms, shad sides or stink baits below mouth of the river. All other species slow.
Glen Elder: Crappie fair to good in Osage Cove, Marina Cove, south bluff coves, the causeway and Timber Creek. Wiper/white bass fair trolling spinners with nightcrawlers or vertically jigging minnows on a jig head in 7-8 feet of water along the causeway, Cawker City Park, Mill Creek and Granite Creek. Walleye fair using jig-n-crawler or jig-n-minnow around Harry's Island, Waconda Springs, Granite Creek and north Sandy Beach. Smallmouth bass good casting jointed crankbaits, slow-rolling spinnerbaits and soft plastics in 6-8 feet of water along the dam, in Osage and Marina Coves. Catfish fair in the rivers, around Fisherman's Bridge, the "Honey Hole" and around the stumps in Oak and Carr Creeks using shad sides, shad gizzards, and stinkbaits and chicken livers.
Kanopolis: Catfish fair to good using worms, liver, shrimp, live baits and stinky shad sides/gizzards. Crappie fair on the dam and the backs of coves around brush on warm days using jigs and minnows. Walleye/saugeye fair to good using jig-n-worm on the flats. White bass good using white jigs, roadrunners and shad-colored crankbaits in the main lake and windblown points. Wipers fair on windy points using bucktailed jigs.
Kirwin: Wipers/white bass good at corners of dam and along south side of Bluegill and Crappie Points using jigs with twister tails, casting bucktail jigs and jigs with minnows. Crappie fair using jigs and minnows under bobbers near fish attractors on Bluegill and Crappie Points and in coves.
Melvern: Catfish good on shad. Crappie fair on small jigs and jigs with bobbers.
Milford: Catfish good in the river using nightcrawlers and shad. Crappie fair using jigs and minnows near brush and gravel in coves 5 feet deep. Walleye fair on deeper edges of flats 10-20 feet deep drifting with crawlers. Black bass good on jerkbaits, jigs and spinnerbaits near deep brush and rocky shores. Wipers/white bass good along rocky banks/points using jig, crankbaits and spinners.
Norton: Walleye/saugeye fair by the Marsh Dike, the mouth of Concrete Cove and on the east side of Leota Cove using night crawlers on the bottom. Wiper fair using jigs and night crawlers on the bottom along the dam and the mouths of Leota and Concrete Coves. Crappie good around Galentine Cove, Leota Cove, the marina slips and public fishing dock using jigs and jig-n-minnow. Catfish fair using jigs, shrimp, shad and nightcrawlers off the public fishing dock. Largemouth/spotted bass fair using crank and spinner baits in Leota Cove, along the dam and in the coves.
Toronto: Catfish good at the mouth of the river using worms, shad sides or stink baits. All other species slow.
Tuttle Creek: Catfish good in river and at tubes. Crappie fair to good using minnows in water less than 10 feet in the lower half of reservoir. White bass fair to good in Fancy Creek on white jigs or spinners. Largemouth bass fair in southern coves, especially McIntyre Cove. Saugeye fair, most are sub-legal, with best bets for keepers in Outlet, River Pond and Rocky Ford.
Webster: Wipers/white bass fair drifting jigs with crawlers or minnows off south shore near drop offs and off bridge by Bow City. Crappie fair off bridge by Bow City using jigs and the old swim beach road and near fish attractors on jigs and jig-n-minnows. Walleye fair in 8-12 feet of water drifting jig-n-crawlers.
Wilson: Catfish fair with shrimp, worms, liver, live baits and dip baits. Crappie fair in shallow water on warm sunny days or edges of weedbeds and brush using jig-n-minnows. Stripers fair on bucktail jigs or shad colored crankbait in Horseshoe Bend and upper end near windblown points. Potential 44 pound state record taken last week. Walleye fair to good with jig-n-worms on the flats. White bass fair using chrome-colored rattletraps on windblown rocky points. Black bass good on sandy banks in backs of coves or up creeks with chartreuse spinnerbaits.