On the Missouri River, you’ll find an excellent fishing reservoir called Lewis and Clark Lake. This 31,000-acre lake is 25 miles long and offers tons of great fishing. A large variety of fish call this lake home, including walleye, sauger, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, bluegill, sunfish, crappie, and catfish. You’ll find the best fishing near the jetties located in the Weigand-Burbach area. These structures were specifically created to enhance the habitat for better fishing. The walleye here stick to the deeper waters in the summer and winter months. In the spring, they move to the shallow, rocky areas. The catfish tend to hang out in shallow parts of the river channel where they like to look for food.
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