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Kansas Charters, Kansas Bass Fishing Guides

Kansas Charters, Kansas Bass Fishing Guides

When it comes to fishing, Kansas charters are all over the board. Great fishing for numerous species abounds, including stripers, wipers, walleye, crappie, largemouth bass, white bass, channel catfish, spoonbills, and giant flathead cats. Kansas has hundreds of lakes, rivers, reservoirs, and small ponds from which to fish, and almost every body of water in the state provides fish that are safe for human consumption.

It’s hard to say which type of charter fishing is most popular in the state. Of course, bass fishing is tops just about everywhere, but Kansas also has some devoted catfish anglers, along with some who eagerly anticipate the opening of paddlefish season.

No matter which species you plan to target or where you plan to fish in Kansas, you’ll be able to find knowledgeable Kansas fishing guides to assist you.

Bass Fishing in Kansas

Largemouth bass can be found in every part of Kansas. The state record largemouth weighed 11 pounds, 12 ounces. The largest recorded smallmouth bas was caught in Milford Reservoir and weighed 6 pounds, 6 ounces. If you are going fishing in the Jayhawk state then there are numerous Kansas bass fishing guides available to guide your trip.

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Kansas Lakes, Charters, and Guides

Glen Elder Reservoir – This 12,586-acre lake is located in northwestern Kansas and offers excellent smallmouth bass fishing. Submerged structure like rock piles attracts smallmouths, and large fish are not uncommon. You might also catch largemouth bass, crappie, white bass, wipers, and channel cats, with the occasional walleye. A Kansas fishing guide or charter can help you navigate the hot spots on this large reservoir.

Milford Reservoir – Located in northeastern Kansas, Milford Reservoir covers 16,200 acres and provides excellent opportunities for catching trophy smallmouths. The lake also holds some lunker largemouths, although they’re not as abundant. This lake also supports some huge blue cats and large wipers.

Wilson Reservoir – This northwest Kansas water covers over 9,000 acres. It contains coves, submerged rocks, and flooded brush that attract and hold fish. The smallmouth and largemouth population here are healthy and in good numbers. While you’re fishing Wilson, you might also catch striped bass, white bass, walleye, crappie, and channel catfish.

Perry Reservoir – Located in northeastern Kansas, this reservoir measures almost 12,000 acres. This lake has lots of smallies, including some larger fish. It also supports a good population of largemouth bass, although most are small. Other desirable species include crappie, sauger, channel cats, and white bass.

Trout fishing in Kansas

Trout season in the state runs from October 15th to April 15th. Kansas has a few lakes that support trout and many Kansas trout fishing guides to work the various lakes. These include Cedar Bluff Lake, Clinton Lake, Lakewood Lake, and Lake Shawnee, in which the state record rainbow trout was caught. The state record brown trout, at 4.18 pounds, was landed in Kanopolis Reservoir seep stream.

Other Kansas Fishing Species

Paddlefish are a popular target in Kansas. Also called “spoonbill” or “spoonies,” these strange looking fish are filter feeders, so even the best lure in your tackle box will be useless. Instead, the paddlefish are snagged. These fish can get huge – over 200 pounds in weight and over six feet in length. The season in Kansas runs from March 15th through May 15th.

Some of the legal spots in Kansas for taking paddlefish are the Marais des Cygnes River, the Neosho River, and Browning Oxbow Lake.

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