LaSalle County Nuclear Station Cooling Pond near Seneca, Illinois
LaSalle Lake is another lake you should visit if you are in northern IL. You will find largemouth bass that can grow up to 10 lbs, smallmouth bass that can grow to 20 inches, striped bass that average about 7lbs, panfish that average 8 inches, blue catfish that can grow up to 42lbs, flathead catfish that can grow up to 40lbs, and channel catfish up to 15lbs. In the spring fish near the warm water discharge and new weed beds. The rest of the year fish near weed lines, drop offs, and near the submerged levee. You will want to try crank baits, spinners, soft plastics, and live and dead baits. Good luck fishing!
LaSalle County Nuclear Station Cooling Pond Fishing near Seneca, Illinois
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Details for LaSalle County Nuclear Station Cooling Pond
Species Caught Here: None
Access: Public Property
Body of Water Type: Reservoir
Lat/Long: 41.250832 -88.675003
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Description for LaSalle County Nuclear Station Cooling Pond, La Salle County, Illinois
LaSalle County Nuclear Station Cooling Pond is a reservoir located just 5.4 miles from Seneca, in La Salle County, in the state of Illinois, United States. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including rock bass, redear sunfish, pumpkinseed, carp, blue catfish, sunfish, warmouth, flathead catfish, bullhead, largemouth bass, walleye, northern pike, perch, striped bass, catfish, panfish, smallmouth bass, crappie, bream and bluegill here. Whether you’re baitcasting, fly fishing or spinning your chances of getting a bite here are good. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod and reel, and head out to LaSalle County Nuclear Station Cooling Pond. Alternate names for this reservoir include LaSalle Company Nuclear Station Cooling Pond, LaSalle Cooling Lake and LaSalle Lake.
For Fishing License purchase, fishing rules, and fishing regulations please visit Illinois Fish & Wildlife
Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the stream is open to the public. Now get out there and fish! Check out our Fishing Times
chart to determine when the fish will be most active.