Drum can be caught using a variety of lures, especially swimbaits and Rat-L-Traps, as they are highly predatory fish. They'll also hit on live baits and anything that mimics a bait fish. They're especially active around feeders, and can cause a frenzy when they gave off.
They aren't highly sought after by anglers but are among several species target by people who go bow fishing. They are also known as croakers and, in parts of Canada, sheepshead. Red drum, also known as redfish, are a salt water relative found along the East Coast and into the Gulf of Mexico.
They can be found in many Kansas waters, notably Milford, Tuttle Creek, Big Blue River and Perry.