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KENANSVILLE LAKE INFORMATION GUIDE

Let me tell you a few facts:
  • It is a sister to the Stick Marsh and was built for the same reason.
  • It is two miles from the Stick Marsh, as the old crow flies.
  • Although I have never caught a bass over 8 lbs in K'ville lake, I have caught over 100 a day numerous times
  • It has more 1+ pound bluegill per area of water than any place I have ever seen. I have had 10 in a net that weighed 22 lbs.
  • It has more crappie per area of water than any place I have ever seen, and that includes the Stick Marsh, Lake Okeechobee, and Weiss Lake, AL.
If you look at a real map of the Stick Marsh, you will find Blue Cypress Lake right on the SW corner of the Stick Marsh. You will also find another big, rectangular lake on the NW corner. That is K'ville Lake. Unfortunately, we can't easily get from one to the other. None are connected to any of the others. So, we have to drive 55 miles around to the K'ville launch. K'ville is a shallow flooded farm. Still has a lot of fence posts and barbed wire in some places. Depth in the fields is anywhere from 3-5 feet. Lots of drainage ditches criss-crossing the place. Far west side is all reeds, grass, and cypress trees. A canal bisects the place, running E/Wing. The canal has submerged leaves, but they are not far under (translated as you cannot get across them except a certain places) and have grass and reeds all along them. The whole lake is lousy with crappie and bluegill. It has a tremendous bass population, too. But, most folks have trouble figuring it out. The shallow grass areas turn some fish, but that is not the magic pattern. Try the fence lines and the ditches along them sometimes (darn, there goes another secret).









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