Primary sportfish in Keith Sebelius Reservoir include wipers, saugeye, largemouth bass, crappie, and channel catfish. Spotted bass, walleye, flathead catfish, blue catfish, and bluegill are also present.
Wipers provide fast action throughout the season. The saugeye (a walleye/sauger hybrid) is the newest addition to the fishery, and Sebelius currently holds the state record. Largemouth bass can be found near the shoreline and submerged cover. Spotted bass spend most of their time in the rocks along the dam.
This lake generally produces good crappie fishing year around and channel catfish are caught throughout the season with May and June being the better months.
Additional angling opportunities are available in the stilling basin below the dam.
Special creel and length limits may be in effect for some fish species. Check the Kansas Fishing Regulations Summary and all posted notices before fishing.
Hours: Open Year Round
Address: 4 miles SW of Norton on Hwy 36
Our Email: PrairieDogSP@wp.state.ks.us
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