Kansas club adds cedar trees to Waconda

Photo courtesy of Nate Brown
Members of the Hays Bass Anglers Association helped place 350 cedar trees as habitat into Waconda Lake.

GLEN ELDER, Kan. — Members of the Hays Bass Anglers Association teamed up with Scott Waters, Kansas Wildlife Parks fisheries biologist, and many other volunteers in placing 350 cedar trees as habitat into Waconda Lake.

The shallow water brushpiles will serve as habitat for bass, crappie and bluegill and will also promote postspawn survival for young-of-the-year fry.

Three members contributed 24 man-hours to this project.

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