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Fishing in Kansas, A brief look

Kansas offers a variety of terrain and elevations and while there are no natural fishing lakes in Kansas, the state has created an effective reservoir and lake fishing program which allows for excellent Kansas fishing opportunities. At least two southeast Kansas towns have dubbed themselves the 'Catfish Capital of the World.' Flathead catfish in the area have been known to reach over 70 pounds.

Many of the better fishing rivers in Iowa all stem in the Flint Hills region. The most notable- fishing in the Neosho River - and others such as the Cottonwood River, Marais des Cygnes River and Verdigris River. Fall River lake fishing is also a great option for southeastern Kansas visitors. Fall River bass fishing is excellent during the spring run.

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Kansas Fishing Locations

Fishing in Kansas is the most prevalent in the following areas: Neosho River, Fall River Lake, Kanopolis Lake, Lovewell Lake, Kirwin Lake, Webster Lake, Cedar Bluff Lake, Turtle Creek Lake, Pomona Lake, Rooks County State Lake, Pottawatomie State Lake, Leavenworth State Lake, Hamilton State Lake, Clark County Lake, Cowley County State Lake, Chase County State Lake, Woodson County State Lake, Montgomery County State Lake, Crawford County State Lake,

Kansas Fishing Species

Popular Kansas fishing species include: Largemouth and spotted bass, crappie, walleye, white bass, bluegill, channel catfish, drum, bullheads, wipers

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