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KS
United States
39° 10' 34.986" N, 95° 27' 24.3792" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks - Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks
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Fishing Report
December 10, 2014

Perry Reservoir

 

GPS Location: N39 08.659 W95 29.372

Location/Address:  Perry, KS

Impoundment Type: Reservoir

Surface Acres: 11,630 acres

Maximum Depth: 43 feet

Normal Lake Level: 891.5 feet

Current Lake Level:

 

Fishing PopulationCreel LimitMin Length Limit

    Bluegill         

    Channel Catfish     10     

    Crappie     20     10

    Flathead Catfish     5     

    Green Sunfish         

    Largemouth Bass     5     18

    Sauger     5     18

    Saugeye     5     18

    White Bass         

    Walleye     5     18

    Blue Catfish     5     35 * Largemouth, Smallmouth, Spotted Bass in Combination  ** Striped Bass or Wiper in Combination  *** Walleye, Sauger or Saugeye in Combination

 Fishing Report - Last Update: 12/8/2014  

  Species  Rating  Size  Baits, Method,  Location

     Zebra Mussels      Super Infectious!      up to 3/4      Since the infestation was discovered in Oct. of 2007 these mussels have spread throughout the lake. It's up to all of us to make sure these are not spread to other area lakes, Clean-Drain-Dry everything that is taken out of Perry. Mussels will be start spawning as the water temperature gets to around 54 degrees. I've taken five samples this year, no big jump in numbers!

     Winter Fishing Opportunities      RED HOT          For fishing tips or more current information provided by fishermen like yourself click Got to Fish and look for your lake.

     Perry News Letter      Good-Excellent      4 Pages (lots of pics)      Twice a year I will be publishing a news letter for Perry and other waters in my District. The next issue isavailable now, Perry Reservoir and Leavenworth State Fishing Lake are in this edition. If you would like the letter e-mailed to you click Perry/Leavenworth SFL Newsletter and fill in the blanks.

     Channel Catfish      Fair-Good      up to 10.0 lbs      We sampled 99 channel catfish in core panel gill nets with the largest one being 28.9 weighing 8.49 lbs.

     Sauger      Fair      up to 2.6 lbs.      We sampled 60 sauger in core panel gill nets with the largest one being 19.7 weighing 2.64 lbs.

     Largemouth Bass      Fair      up to 5.7 lbs.      In late May we sampled 131 largemouth by electrofishng with the largest one being 20.1 and weighing 5.66 lbs.We also sample 108 smallmouth bass with the largest one being 16.9 and weighing 2.32 lbs.

     White Bass      Fair-Good      up to 2.0 lbs.      We sampled 329 white bass in core panel gill nets with the largest one being 16.0 and weighing 1.96 lbs.Fish are chasing shad, spoons, twisters or jigs.

     White Crappie      Fair      up to 1.0 lbs.      We sample 1,151 white crappie in 17 traps with the largest one being 12.0 and weighing 0.9 lbs.Fish will be schooling as the water is cooling,tube jigs or minnows, 10-12' of water over brush and along the creek channels and at the Marinas.

     Blue Catfish      Slow      up to 8 lbs.      We sampled 2 blue catfish in core panel gill nets with the largest one being 21.1 and weighing 3.29 lbs.

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I see some of you have visited thenew Facebook page.I've been posting on it: walleye egg collection, stocking and electrofishingphotos from other lakes that are not on the fishing reports click this linkhttps://www.facebook.com/NEKansasFisherieshopefully you'll LIKE what you see!

This is a generic report and will be updated as current information is available. Look for updated reports starting again in March.

Click on Perry Reservoir above the fishing report to look at the October netting pictures. Click on the underlined fish species and it will take you to the updated Fishing Forecast. Zebra mussels were confirmed on10-9-07, so make sure you clean, drain anddry your boat after leaving Perry.

 

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Fishing Report Provided by - Bill Dechand
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| Water Temp:51-60 F | Clarity: Murky
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Fishing Report
November 3, 2014

Caught quit a few bass in the back of coves on a array of baits. Mostly on a spinnerbait in brush piles, but when they didn't want that I could catch them on a brush hog or Srike King Rage Bug. Caught a few on a Lucky Craft square bill, but they really wanted the spinnerbait over everything else. The wind was pretty brutal,  but if you could find some coves protected from the wind, you could catch them. And if the largemouth are not bitting, you can always jerk on some white bass to tide you over. The whitebass are going nuts! Rocky jetties and any rock pretty much. I love this time of year cause the bass are putting on the feed bag! The water temp was 53, so it won't be long before it hits that 40 degree mark.

Catch Report
CatchSpeciesLure/BaitBrandWeight (lb)Length (inches)
1Largemouth BassSpinnerbaitWar Eagle5
2Largemouth BassBrush HogZoom3
3Largemouth BassCrawfishStrike King3
4Largemouth BassCrankbaitLucky Craft2
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