Anglers last chance to win big prizes during 2022 Great Kansas Fishing Derby

PITTSBURG, Kan. – ‘Cast a Hook, Win a Prize’ – The Great Kansas Fishing Derby enters its final month of the 2022 season.

So far, anglers have claimed prizes across the state, with some of them being redeemed as locally as Carl Junction!

Nathan from Carl Junction caught a Bluegill and Gregory from Arma, Kan. caught a Channel Catfish, both at Crawford State Fishing Lake.

Huge prizes sit just beneath the water – Anglers have until September 15 to participate.

After catching a tagged fish, anglers should redeem the code online, if unable to do so, contact The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks Sportfishing Education Coordinator, David Breth, at 620-672-5911.

Click here.to learn more.

Participating lakes

  • Meade State Fishing Lake
  • Horsethief Reservoir
  • Wichita – KDOT East
  • Wichita – KDOT West
  • Sedgwick County Lake Afton
  • Lyon State Fishing Lake
  • Critzer Reservoir
  • Lake Fort Scott
  • Chase State Fishing Lake
  • Butler State Fishing Lake
  • Wellington City Lake
  • Lake Lenexa
  • Lake Olathe
  • Paola – Lake Miola
  • Holton – Banner Creek
  • Leavenworth State Fishing Lake
  • Montgomery State Fishing Lake
  • Barber State Fishing Lake
  • Harvey County East
  • Harvey County West
  • Pratt County Lake
  • Topeka – Lake Shawnee
  • Osage State Fishing Lake
  • Douglas State Fishing Lake
  • Geary State Fishing Lake
  • Herington Reservoir (New)
  • Council Grove City Lake
  • Yates Center Reservoir
  • Gridley City Lake
  • Garnett – North Lake
  • Crawford State Fishing Lake
  • Chanute – Sante Fe Lake
  • Salina – Lakewood
  • Great Bend – Veteran’s Memorial Park
  • Jewell State Fishing Lake
  • Sebelius Reservoir
  • Scott State Fishing Lake
  • Cedar Bluff Reservoir
  • Pottawatomie State Fishing Lake #2
  • Shawnee State Fishing Lake

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