Pleasanton City Lake East
1 mile N, 1/2 mile E of Pleasanton
City of Pleasanton 913-352-8257
Don George,KDWP&T Fisheries Biologist, 913-795-2218
GPS Location: 38.1967 -94.6894
Pleasanton, KS 66075
Impoundment Type: Community Lake
Surface Acres: 127 acres
Maximum Depth: N/A
Normal Lake Level: N/A
Current Lake Level: conservation pool
Lake Temperature: normal
This lake was constructed in 1967 for water supply and public recreation. The lake supports an excellent channel catfish and a good largemouth bass, crappie and wiper angling. This is a Community Fisheries Assistance Program Lake and "No Special Permits" are required to fish here. Recreational boating is not allowed.
Access to the lake is provided with 2 single lane boat ramps, 2 parking lots, and 2 miles of roads that surround the lake shoreline. There is a floating dock close to a fish feeder to enhance angling. This area is a favorite for kids and family fishing trips. The lake is involved in a fish feeding program and several floating fish feeders are visible to the angler. For catfish anglers these feeders are beacons of good fishing.
Fish harvest regulations are enforced and are posted at each entrance to the lake.
|Fishing Population||Creel Limit||Min Length Limit|
** Striped Bass or Wiper in Combination
*** Walleye, Sauger or Saugeye in Combination
Fishing Report - Last Update: 4/6/2015
|Species||Rating||Size||Baits, Method, & Location|
|Wipers||Slow||size varies,||use shad diving or surface plugs, hang on. lake wide trolling with sassy shads, from the bank and boat, with crankbaits, spoons, worms.|
|Channel catfish||Slow||All sizes,||recent sampling indicates lots of nice fish in the 2 - 7 pound range, best baits are chicken liver or use stink baits, shrimp, worms, prepared baits, lakewide, Fish the south end creek after a rain.|
|Largemouth bass||Slow||varies||good results along the shoreline weedbeds and dam, silver or blue crank baits or soft baits,|
|Walleye, saugeye||Slow||18-24 inches||fish the island, use jigs tipped with a worm|
|white crappie||FAIR||8-14 inches||recent sampling indicates good numbers of nice crappie around 9inches to mostly 10 to 12 inches, fish around the floating dock, and drop offs, fish are not in real shallow.Try over the brushpiles, use dark jigs,minnows|
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This lake is enrolled into the Community Fisheries Assistance Program. A city fishing permit is no longer required.Remember- Wear a Lifejacket and Reach - Throw - Don t Go.