KASKASKIA RIVER SAUGER FISHINGThe Kaskaskia River supports a large variety of game fish as it winds some 300 miles through 22 counties in Illinois. There is a variety of habitats as one fishes the Kaskaskia River Project.  Composed of 36 miles of navigational channel below Fayetteville and the reservoirs of Carlyle Lake and Lake Shelbyville, the river provides many local fishing opportunities. To that end one can fish for numerous species below the Carlyle Dam. Most popular species for the angler are bass, channel catfish and crappie.  At this time of year of particular interest, and least known, are walleye and sauger. Continue reading this article on Don Blog – https://dongasaway.wordpress.com/2016/02/03/sauger-fishing-on-the-kaskaskia-river/