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Big Hill Fishing Due largely to pre-impoundment planning and management practices such as the construction of fish shelters, leaving large areas of timber and other vegetation standing and the stocking of borrow areas and other bodies of water that were inundated, the Big Hill Lake fisheries have developed into one of the most productive and popular fisheries in the area. Principal species of sport fish include largemouth bass, crappie, channel and flathead catfish, bluegill, and other sunfish that are native to the area, walleye and smallmouth bass.

Big Hill is also a popular spot for fishing tournaments. To schedule a fishing tournament, contact the Project Office at 620-336-2741. An application will need to be filled out for each tournament. For more information and regulations on limits, contact the Big Hill Project Office.


Address: 5 miles E of Cherryvale, KS
Phone: 620-336-2741
Fax: 620-336-3903

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Big Hill Sightseeing

The vicinity in which Big Hill Lake is located has long been noted for its rolling prairies and tree-dotted valleys. The natural beauty of the area with its wide variety of native wildlife and vegetation is an open invitation to all nature enthusiasts.

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Big Hill Trails

Other features of the lake include the Big Hill Lake Horse Trail. This trail surrounds three-fourths of the lake and is 17

, KS Equestrian Trails

Big Hill Hunting

Approximately 800

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Big Hill Swimming Beaches

With Big Hill being one of the clearest lakes in Kansas the sand-covered beach has become a popular spot for cooling off from the summer heat and enjoying a family picnic.

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