Kego has a large population of northerns and perch in it. There are also a declining number of crappies and sunnies... probably keeping the northerns fed, I would think. Northerns can get pretty big but the average is around 20 to 23 inches. Bucketmouths can be found in a bit higher number then normal in there. The lake isn't very deep, but you might have the chance to land a big pike.
Anyone ever fish Kego Lake?? - - -
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