Big Hill Lake Fishing Report near Cherryvale, Kansas

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Big Hill Lake Fishing Tips

on October 5th

Big Hill Lake isn't really that big, and doesn't really have a lot of hills. But, what it does have is everything an angler could want in a lake. Size, numbers, and variety of fish. There are tons of fish in this lake but the ones you will most likely catch the most of are largemouth, smallmouth, spotted bass, crappie, and white bass. For large and smallmouth, fish near shaded, shallow spots on the lake. Downed trees are great as well. Try using fake plastic baits, specifically crayfish, right near the downed tree to drag the bass out from its hiding spot. For white bass, fishing near the Timber Hill campground using shad imitations throughout the year and you are sure to hook a fish. Crappie like to hang around the rocky shorelines, especially during spawn season. Try using jigs or minnows to hook them.

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