Ken’s Lake Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Ken’s is planted with rainbows and has some big browns. Fishing is best with night crawlers from shore. Fishing for the bass is best in the early spring when the largemouth are staging for the spawn. Look for them near gravel or flat rock. Spinnerbaits, jig-n-pigs, plastic lizards, spider jigs, and curly-tail grubs are the best bet. After the spawn, fish weed edges and along points. Topwater baits work well in low-light conditions. Medium-size plastic baits can also be productive.
Rainbows are usually caught in the spring and fall by anglers fishing with traditional trout baits from shore. Some large browns can be caught on minnow-imitating lures, especially in the colder months. Fish up to 10 pounds are caught. Bluegill fishing is best in the spring. Look for these panfish to be schooled on weed flats. Small jigs, spinners, flies, and night crawlers will work from shore. Fly-fishing with poppers from a float tube is an option."