Milford Reservoir, situated in northeast Kansas on 15,700 acres within the Milford State Park, allows anglers to fish in a scenic environment. The reservoir has an extensive shoreline with more than 160 miles to fish. Numerous fish species thrive in the waters here, such as bass, catfish, walleye, crappie, sunfish, sauger, white bass, and wipers (hybrid stripers). Anglers successfully land notable catches from shore and boat. There are multiple boat ramps, campgrounds, parks, and public access points for shore fishing.
Milford Reservoir Fish:
Milford Reservoir boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Milford Reservoir.