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What you need to know about fishing Lake Francis Case
Lake Francis Case is a section of the Missouri River that spans 107 miles and covers over 100,000 acres. Just like other sections of the Missouri River, Anglers can expect to catch walleyes on windblown shorelines or dragging spinners over flats. Although walleyes dominate the fishing here, many fishermen overlook the smallmouth bass and northern pike.
Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, Crappie, Panfish / Bluegill, Northern Pike
332.52 sq. km