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    Hello, I am new to Kansas, I was wondering when the white bass should be running and where? I have heard Marion Reservoir is often good but was wondering other places to try and when. Any advise on them and crappie in Kansas would be great. No wanting to horn in on anyone's spots just general places and times. Also, would love to meet some KS fisherman.

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    I have been catching quite a few in the feeder creeks in NE Kansas. My neighbor always did good this time of year on the Neosho river near Hartford.

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    Thank you Snaggedagain, any suggestions appreciated. Just trying to learn KS.

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    Off the dam or up in the river at cheney is really good for wipers and whites. Marion is really good in the same areas. Small chartrues twisters or small jigs work well.

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    Skeeter 96 Thank you so much

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    Never fished it but always heard about it and seen many vehicles parked there early in the year is the bridge for highway 15 that goes over the marion wildlife area just south of Durham (I believe it's the cottonwood river bridge.).

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