Lake Wawasee

Kosciusko - Indiana

  • 133 catches


  • 163 spots

A good depthfinder on this lake will guide you to quality northerns, Walleye, Bluegill and bass holding on the weed edges.

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Lake Wawasee Fishing Reports

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  1. 11 lb. Flathead Catfish

    1. George Horvath 0
  2. 15 in. Black Crappie

    1. cory Weatherton 0
      Just messaged you on FB
    2. Tyler Satoski 0
      Hey Cory, those were caught between 15-20 foot but were suspended about 5-8 feet below the hole. If you want you can add me on Facebook and I’ll show you a couple ...more spots where I’ve always done decent.
    3. cory Weatherton 0
      Hey Tyler...not looking for your hotspots but I’m taking my son ice fishing for the first time. I haven’t been since I was a kid. Any suggestions on depth of ice ...more fishing for pan fish on Wawasee?
    4. Scott S 0
      Those are some nice size Indiana crappie...
    5. Florida Native 0
      very nice slabs
    6. Tyler Satoski 0
      Thanks man!
    7. Jonathan Thurman 0
      wow bro...nice slabs
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  3. using nightcrawlers like a lure

    Channel Catfish with a nightcrawlers

    1. william eckhardt 0
      this website keeps wanting to post at LAKE WAWASEE and i said i was at Hurshtown reservoir
  4. Drift trolling on 3 ft swells. Bait was bigger than him! Respect.

    Yellow Perch with a Kelly's worm yellow

    1. Josh Sommerville 0
      Put the perch on the hook.
  5. Largemouth Bass with a Kellys green and yellow worm

    1. Have FunFishing 0
      we always want bigger lol
    2. Nice fish
    3. Have FunFishing 0
      whoops accidentally removed you lol
    4. Michelle Mignery 0
      Just wish it was bigger. I'm hungry. Lol
    5. Josh Sommerville 0
      nice one. congrats.
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  6. A friend and I decided to do a 7 species challenge on Lake Wawasee in Indiana. Same day/ same body of water/ seven different species of fish. We succeeded!

    Large ...more Mouth Bass
    Small Mouth Bass
    Rock Bass
    Northern Pike

    What a day!

    Seven Different Species

    1. Michelle Mignery 0
      That's eatin size!
    2. Jonah Switzer 0
      Great day! What did you catch the Pike on?
    3. Rich Pardy 0
      Nice day guys!!
    4. Jose Vargas 0
      that's awsome
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  7. Slow rolling over the weeds in 7 feet water. Hit so hard I almost lost my pole!

    28 in. Northern Pike with a Strike king spinnerbait (white/red)

    1. Michelle Mignery 0
      Danger, I troll the same water with the same bait... What's your secret?
    2. Ed Skiver 0
      Thanks Rich, Sunday was my first time on Wawasee. I'll ask my buddy and get back to ya.
    3. Rich Pardy 0
      Nice pike, you ever get any real big ones out of Wawasee, I cant seem to ever get one over 30 inches.
    4. Ryan Palkon 0
      Ok good because I want to catch and release it this summer haha
    5. Ed Skiver 0
      Thanks! And LOVE fresh Pike but on this day only kept the Crappie and a half dozen Rock Bass for a dinner.
    6. Ryan Palkon 0
      Nice catch! Did you keep it? They're tasty
    7. Dan Baier 0
      Nice !!!!!!!!
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  8. Fishing on bottom with small spit shot about 8" above gold crappie hook, load a whole night crawler and fish the flood water! I was casting in the current ...more and letting it drift into eddie.

    13 in. Yellow Perch with a nite crawlers

  9. Anyone know how thick the ice is?

    1. Darryl Zeber 0
      Has Wawasee thawed yet...enough the put the boat in?
    2. Blake Williams 0
      How thick?
    3. Justin wigginton 0
      its thick
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