Central Illinois Fishing Report – January 10th, 2014

Dawson Lake: Bluegills are fair to good on waxworms. Catfish are hitting waxworms in 8 to 12 foot of water. Crappies are fair in 8 to 12 feet of water.

Sangchris: Bluegills are being caught on waxworms. Crappies being caught mostly in 18 to 20 feet of water.

Lake Shelbyville: The lake remains about 5 to 6 feet above winter pool with some ice and some open water areas. Below the spillway, fishing has been fair for walleyes and sauger.

Powerton Lake: Blue catfish and channel cats were fair to slow in the discharge area on shad. Some white bass have been caught in the discharge area on bladebaits.

Evergreen Lake: Bluegills and crappies have been fair, with some yellow and white bass being caught in the mouths of coves.

Lake Springfield: Crappies have been fair, with bluegills good to excellent. Waxworms working good near docks and structure. Bass picking up on spinners and live minnows.

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