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Fishing Hot Spots near Lake McLeansboro

  "This lake is privately owned by people who live there..." Lake Helen

  "Fished 1st point Northeast of the boat launch and followed into that cove that splits in two. 20 minutes of fishing and first catch was a 5.5 lb Largemouth up against..." Lake Jaycee

  "Well the crappie are biting really good caught a 5 gallon bucket full at raccoon in the brush I was using jigs and minnows going to hit again good luck fishing all!..." Raccoon Lake

  "Crappie are excellent using jigs & minnows around brush piles, stake beds, under bridges and along Highway 154 5 to 12 feet deep. Bass are good using worms, rattle..." Rend Lake

  "Bluegill are fair using crickets, wax worms and red worms. Catfish are fair using leeches, cheese bait & cut bait...." Crab Orchard Lake

  "The bass, panfish, and catfish are all average in Omaha City Reservoir. Early in the year it's not a bad idea to fish the upper part of the lake. You can also find near..." Omaha City Reservoir

  "If you like bass averaging 14 inches, bluegills that average 8 inches, nice catfish, and crappies up to 16 inches you should fish Harrisburg Reservoir sometime. Early in..." Harrisburg Reservoir

  "3-4lbs bass, nice panfish and good catfish can all be found in Marion Reservoir. In spring I would recommend you fish feeder creeks, fallen trees, and shallow bays. The..." Marion Reservoir

  "If you like fishing for good bass that keep improving, nice, fat panfish, and 20lbs catfish you might want to fish West Frankfort Reservoir sometime. In the spring fish..." West Frankfort Reservoir

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So you're interested in fishing Lake McLeansboro. As fishermen, we know there are times when our favorite spots are just not active so we built our Hot Spots feature to show you where the fish are biting in the area of Lake McLeansboro. Now you'll know where catches are being recorded in the general area, and you can plan your day on the water. Check out our Fishing Times tab to determine when the fish will be most active. To find Lake McLeansboro enter the 38.083939 latitude, and -88.551445 longitude coordinates into your GPS device or smart phone. If you need fishing tackle, or are looking for a fishing guide or fishing charter please visit Tackle, Guides, Charters