Sabetha Pony Creek
City of Sabetha
2 1/2 miles North of Sabetha on Hwy 75, ½ mile East
GPS Location: 39.9486 -95.7751
Impoundment Type: Community Lake
Surface Acres: 171 acres
Current Lake Level: 8' low
|Fishing Population||Creel Limit||Min Length Limit|
** Striped Bass or Wiper in Combination
*** Walleye, Sauger or Saugeye in Combination
Fishing Report - Last Update: 1/20/2015
|Species||Rating||Size||Baits, Method, & Location|
|Winter Fishing Opportunities||RED HOT||For fishing tips or more current information provided by fishermen like yourself click Got to Fish and look for your lake.|
|Perry News Letter||Good to Excellent||4 pages (lots of pics)||Twice a year I will be publishing a newsletter with Perry and other waters in my District. The newest issue is available now and features Perry and Leavenworth State fishing Lake. If you would like the newsletter e-mailed to you click on Perry/Leavenworth SFL newsletter and fill in the blanks.|
|Black Crappie||Fair||up to 1.5 lbs||We sampled 39 black crappie in 4 traps with the largest one being 13.2" and weighing 1.5 lbs.|
|Bluegill||Fair-Good||up to 0.5 lbs||We sampled 218 bluegill in 4 traps with the largest one being 8.5" and weighing 0.50 lbs.|
|Channel Catfish||Fair-Good||up to 14.7 lbs||We sampled 28 channel catfish in 6 core panel gill nets with the largest one being 30.5" and weighing 14.7 lbs.|
|Largemouth Bass||Fair-Good||up to 5.65 lbs.||In May we sampled 168 largemouth bass with electrofishing, the largest was 20.7" and weighed 5.65 lbs.|
|Walleye||Fair||up to 7.37 lbs.||We sampled 9 walleye in core panel gill nets with the largest one being 27" and weighing 7.37 lbs.|
|Wiper||Fair-Good||up to 8.3 lbs.||We sampled 42 wipers in core panel gill nets with the largest one being 25" and weighing 8.27 lbs. Also netted 14 white bass with the largest one being 17.1" and weighing 2.4 lbs.|
The Topeka Boat Show is scheduled for February 6-8th. Richard Sanders, Biologist from Clinton, will be speaking on Friday the 6th at 5 pm. I'll be speaking on Perry and some of my other waters at 3 pm on Saturday the 7th.
I see a few of you have visited the new Facebook page. I've been posting lots of pictures: walleye egg collection, stocking and electrofishing pictures. Just click on this link https://www.facebook.com/NEKansasFisheries hopefully you'll LIKE what you see!
This is a generic report and will be updated as current information is available. Look for updated reports starting in March.
October netting pictures, nice wipers, good crappie, catfish and bluegill! Click on Pony Creek above the fishing report and see some nice fish! We electrofished some nice fish. Click on the fish species and it will take you to the updated Fishing Forecast Data.