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January 26, 2014 - Iowa River November Walleye
January 25, 2014 - Iowa River Crappie and Flathead
June 23, 2013 - Mississippi River - Seven pound walleye - Mark
July 9, 2012 - Iowa River in Iowa City Crappie -
June 9, 2012 -Iowa River in Iowa City - Got this 22 inch walleye on May 27 th in Iowa City on the Iowa River. CPR , ensuring future fishing !
March 20, 2012 - Sand Lake - Hello my name is Scotty Falkenhan , I live in Iowa City Iowa and on March 18 th I fished at Sand Lake in Southeast Iowa City. Lots of people on the lake , I walked the shoreline and picked up 15 large mouth bass , most fish were in the 12 inch range but I picked up 3 largeys over 3 lbs also. Got them all on a chartreuse single bladed spinner in about 2 hours. I released all fish. I also got 6 walleye on the Iowa River down from the Burlington St dam , 2 of the 6 walleye were over 5 lbs ! Beauties ! Got all 6 walleye on chartreuse jig with 4 inch tail tipped with a minnow ! That's my report , great week of fishing. Where are people getting crappie at Sand Lake ? Any hints would be much appreciated , thanks I'm out.
October 22, 2011 - Lake
Rathbun - Bass are big at Lake Rathbun. Caught a 5lb bass last weekend using a black spinner with a trailer. Also caught a 2 1/2 lb walleye on same bait.
July 6, 2011 - Three Mile Lake, Iowa - A few of us from Cajun Custom Rods headed down the road, east this time to Three Mile Lake in Iowa … just east of the city of Creston. We’ve not fished too many of the reservoirs or lakes in Iowa, so with the day off and decent weather predicted, decided to load the boat and give it a try. It takes about 2.5 hours to drive with the boat from Omaha to Three Mile Lake and we arrived about noon at the ramp. After rigging out our custom fishing rods, we dropped in and headed toward the dam – expecting the water to be a little cooler and deeper … draw the fish up with some crankbait action. When we got to the dam, the average depth 20-25 yards from the rocks was only 7-10 feet, but we decided to give it a shot anyway. Tristan threw an alewife color KVD square-bill crankbait (1-3 feet) and I threw a sexy sunfish colored KVD square-bill (1-3 feet). We picked up a few smaller bass in the 11-14 inch size, but nothing to brag about to mom. So we picked up and headed back into the timber to try our luck there. We threw the cranks, but with the shallow water and weeds, opted to tie on a few frogs. Tristan threw a Bully Wa 55 (bullfrog color with dark yellow spot on white belly) and I threw a Spro all-black with yellow highlights bullfrog.
After just a few casts on the still water, we found what the bass wanted … frogs! The sky was dark overcast with little to no wind throughout the day so that’s why we opted to pitch frogs that had darker colors … so the silhouettes could be seen by the fish as they looked overhead to their target. Our planning paid off as we didn’t have but a few missed hits … and good follow-ups on the ones that did strike and miss. We pitched frogs to timber and cover on the deeper drop-off banks for the rest of the afternoon into the evening and did well for never having fished the reservoir. All in all, we managed 22 fish, with a solid 10 of them in the 3 pound range and a few in the four pound weight-class. The remainder of the bass we caught were smaller ones from 9-14/15 inches.
For those who don’t know, Three Mile Lake has excellent cover and in its deepest area (about 1/4 mile from the dam) is only 35-40 feet. Much of the cover is old timber with lots of brush and old fall-downs along the banks. The vast majority of the banks slope to shallow, but within 10 yards of the bank drop to deeper water in the range of 15-20 or so feet. There are weed-lines (now submerged), but prevalent throughout the lake and surrounding its perimeter. Several rock jetties extend into the lake in and around the boat ramp, near the dam with lots of rock banks around the dam area. The day we fished, there was very little wind and air temps were 80-85 degrees. Water clarity was maybe a foot and stained (tea color). Water temp throughout the lake was a solid 80-81 degrees and overall, the day could just be called “muggy.”
June 18, 2011 - Silver Lake - I Went To Silver Lake Wendsday And Caught 7 Walleyes Over 20 Inches.Then I Caught 4 18 inch Smallmouth And 2 8 Pound Muskies
June 16, 2011 - Clear Lake - I went to clear lake a few days ago.I caught 4 small walleye 2 yellow bass. My friend went a few days later and caught 3 keepers and 25 small walleyes.A big white bass and a ten pound muskie
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September 9, 2010 - Sonar Question - Anyone experience this? I have a Lowrance LCX 19 sonar, (fish finder). Its 6 years old or so. Been experiencing when I turn it on the unit, (Cristal's) are upside down. All the readings, water temp. depth are upside down. Then after a few Min's. the problem corrects itself and functions fine. I know I can call Lowrance and be put on hold for awhile and ask them if I can get home in time before they close but just thought I'd put this out there for remarks. I'm afraid one day it's not going to correct itself.
April 20, 2007 - DeSoto
Bend - Fished Desoto Bend for Crappie on Tues. 4/17
for four hours. East and NE section. Used live minnows. Zero
action and asked several others who said the same. Water temp.
September 16, 2006 - Answer
to Florida Bass question - Hello. I read your question
about how to catch those bass you are seeing. I am a florida
native and have been fishing central florida for over 30 years
and i can tell you that if you put a live golden shiner in front
of those fish you will indeed connect with them. If you need
more information on how to fish with this kind of bait let me
know and i will send to you a link to all the info you need.
I have a few places where i catch my own golden shiners and keep
them in a tank to use when i want to go fishing. This is another
complete subject i know but once you start catching bass with
shiners you won't want to stop. If you buy them they run from
$16.00 to $20.00 a dozen, this is to much for me to pay so i
catch my own. Catching the bait is almost as much fun as catching
the bass! Jeff Morrow, Sarasota, Fla
May 22, 2006 - Answer
to Florida Bass question - You might try some garlic
scent found at most tackle shops. It covers a lot of smells
and bass seem to like it.
March 20, 2006 - Answer
to Florida Bass question - I've fished for Florida
strain bass in Texas lakes most of my life, and have found that
when the big girls are on the nests, down sizing to a small 4in
lizard with an 1/8 oz. weight is hard to beat. Watermelon seed
or watermelon with red flake is dynamite on east Texas lakes,
especially Fork (cotton candy if the water is unusually clear).
Pitch the lizard in there and just leave it. This takes an extreme
amount of patience, but the subtle movements created by the water
look most natural and will eventually drive them nuts. And remember,
if you can see them they'll likely see you first. So if the fish
are leaving the nest when you make your presentation, mark the
spot, leave, and come back. Sneak up with a push pole and stay
off the trolling motor. Stay far enough away not to spook the
fish (tie up if necessary but don't use the trolling motor);
then, make your presentation. If the water is stained to murky,
and your casting for spawning bass instead of site fishing, a
6in lizard with gold flake in it can be good. Zoom's mossy pumpkin
color will get you tore up on Fork. If you're not having any
luck getting the bedding bass to bite, leave 'em alone. Move
out to 8ft deep in the mouths of spawning coves or secondary
points up the creeks. Tie on a Gene Larew Hawg Craw (the big
one) in black w/ blue claws, fish the trees, and hold on to your
rod. Shorter trees with some broken-off limbs (laydowns) or horizontal
limbs just beneath the surface in 8ft of water are best. This
pattern put a 13.86 in the boat for my partner one early spring.
One last comment- please do not use shiners or other live bait
for bass, especially for trophy bass in the spring, as fish mortality
is higher with live bait rigs. Best of luck.
March 16, 2006 - Answer
to Florida Bass question - My answer will stay simple
since each body of water is different as well as each day and
down to each hour fishing can be different, but there is one
method of fishing that can offer up excellent bass fishing
The secret is to simply fish at night. You only
need to try a few lures to make night fishing a success. One
is the buzzbait, the next will be a single big cupped bladed
spinnerbait, and then you can stick with a big black juicy worm.
And night fishing can be done at the shore. Only thing is it
will be dark, but fishing can be very successful. Bass move to
the shallows to eat, there are very few if any other fisherman
out on the water as well.
Just scope out a good spot that has plenty of weeds
or other cover and fish there. If you don't get a fish in ten
minutes then move on. But once you get a good spot you can catch
fish after fish.
March 14, 2006 - Answer
to Florida Bass question - If you are primarily sight
fishing in clear water you need to be able to make repeated 100%
accurate casts. When I sight fish i like to be able to cast to
where the bass can't see the lure comming until it comes in front
of the fishes face getting a reaction strike. you will have to
experiment to know what to use whether it be crankbait, worm,
jig. From my experience, i can usually find a jig that will work
in any condition. you just have to modify weight and trailer
size for balance and drop speed.
March 10, 2006 - Answer
to Florida Bass question - try to use a big shiner
on lite line and a bobber if you are in thick vegitation use
fire line 15-25 lbs test also try plastics with a lot of salt
jiging for them if they are agressive and not much vegitation
try a rattlie trap
March 8, 2006 - Answer
to Florida Bass question - what about water clarity?
If it is very clear maybe they are getting to good of a look
at your bait. if this is the case i would probably use a mostly
clear bait and fish a little faster possibly getting more reaction
February 26, 2006 - Question
from Florida on catching bass - Can you help my brothers
and I catch bass? Heres the problem, we see a lot of bass here
in central Florida, but they just wont bite our bait! They just
sniff it and swim away, and our hands dont have anything like
oil or anything that will repel the bass! Can you please help
us by giving us some tips and telling us what tackle to use on
bass? Thank You so much. Send
us and answer and we will post it.
October 25, 2005 -
Three Mile Lake fishing- Union County Iowa
CRAPPIES- are fair in deep water near the flooded timber and
rock piles. Fish were taken using minnows, and wax worms on small
Walleyes- very slow/poor small eyes were caught using bottom
walker rigs tipped with minnows
Catfish- were being caught by those fishing for walleyes
Bluegills- same as crappie fisherman.
The local bait shop Bj's Bait shop, home of the pink elephant
was closed most of the time making it difficult to get bait close
to the lake.
I love the fishing report, could you maybe expand the Iowa fishing
report and cover more of the Quad City Davenport Metro area.
Editor's Note: We would love to cover more
fishing in Iowa. We invite all Iowa anglers to submit reports.
May 13, 2005 - Hayden
Park - I was fishing at hayden park outside of ames
iowa. where I cought a 6.5 lbs. bass. its not the largest that
I've seen swimming in the shallows. it's a great spring fishing
May 13, 2005 - Hayden Park -
Hi my name is Dan. I live in Story county ,recently
i started fishing Hayden park just north of Ames.IT's a great
place for those crappie anglers.Last Sunday i was out there and
got into a mess of Slab crappies ranging from 10 to 13 inches,
I have had seen larger ones in the 14 to 15 inch range.What works
for me? small crankbaits or small twisters with large minnows, best
times for me have been between 5pm to about sunset.So if your
looking for some SLABS Hayden Park is the place for those crappie
anglers,or just a place to take your family.
June 29, 2004 - Des Moines River - I
fish by boat along the Des Moines river in southern Iowa, using
nothing but Sonny's Super Sticky Catfish Dip Bait. Although
I have never caught a catfish over 5 Lbs., who needs too, when
your catching 20 to 30 catfish every six hour fishing trip. It
doesn't matter at what time of day, or how strong the current
is, Sonny's hammers 'em !
May 20, 2004 - Wapsi near Central City
- Catching channel and blue on the Wapsi in the Central
City area for 3 days now May 17 - 19 using shad fillets. I've
been amazed at the luck we've had!!!
May 11, 2004 - Iowa River
at Coralville Reservoir - The channel cats were hitting
hard and frequent with the rise in water temperature. The carp
were also making a showing but not much of one. The cats were
sitting on the bottom or 1-2 feet above in the fast current of
the channel. The carp were hanging closer to the bank in the
slower water. The bait used was a nightcrawler. The last fish
of the night at midnight was a 24 inch, 10 lb. channel cat.
March 20, 2004 - 3-Mile
Lake, Creston IA - I fished from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm.
High winds made the main lake virtually unfishable. The entire
lake is stained to muddy, probably due to run off and the recent
I concentrated my efforts from 15ft to 1 ft of depth. I slow
rolled a spinnerbait, pitched a jig, and threw a suspending jerkbait.
We had a total of 3 guys in 2 boats, and not 1 fish was caught.
My electronics are down, so a water temp was not recorded.
Next weekend looks good.
March 19, 2004 - Lake Aquahbi - I
have been to Aquahbi twice this year. March 6th and 14th. All
of the fish that have been caught in my boat have come from less
than 8ft of water. If you are in a hurry, hit shallow water cover
to find the most active fish (trap, jerk, spinner, jig). If you
have time, better numbers fo fish are still on deeper structure.
I will report on 3-Mile next week.
September 24, 2003 - Iowa
River -The early Iowa duck season opener provided
some hot smallmouth action in the Iowa river upstream from the
Steamboat rock dam....landed and released 7 smallies in the 17"
range...also 3 real nice northerns.The water level is as low
as I've seen it in the 40 yrs I've been fishing so use the old
"duck sneak" when approaching the water.I was using
a # 2 whitetailed mepps spinner and 1/16 oz roadrunner with a
black body......good luck.
July 1, 2003 - Cedar River
at St Ansgar - Amazingly we have been catching walleye
in the cedar in st.ansger. All walleye are of nice size and easy
Tip: Between halverson park and the Mitchell damn
there is a sand bar. If you go a little ways upstream there is
some trailers keep going and you will see a brown cabin and its
an a frame style. between them to points there's a rocky area
filled with walleye. Its fun and easy but please catch and release
so we can let the walleye population grow. Thanks Jayden
June 30, 2003 - Cedar
River at St Ansgar - On June 28 me and my cousin were
fishing at our cabin located in st.ansgar,ia on the bank of the
cedar r. we caught 2 yellow bullhead 2 4l.b suckers 1 8 lb carp
12 carp inbetween 4-6 L.B and a 21 1/2 inch 6pound catfish we
also caught 4 14in s.m bass. all fish were caught and released
exept for the carp and catfish.
P.S please send me all reports you get on the cedar
June 25, 2003 - Question
about Arrowhead Park - i was wondering if you know
how the fishing is doing at arrowhead park, iowa. you dont have
it in your
fishing reports and was wondering if u might find out something
or know something about it. thank you Help
a fellow angler by answering, we will forward it
April 26, 2003 - Northeast
Iowa - RIVER IS COMING UP PRETTY FAST HERE POOL 12
ON THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER HERE. THE WALLEYE IS ALL SPAWNED OUT.
JUST GOT OFF THE RIVER. FISHED 4 AND A HALF HOURS AND HAD 5 NICE
WALLEYE. THERE HITTING THREE WAY AND LEECHES. HAVE TO FINESS
THEM.THE RIVER IS HIGH SO ARE GETTING THEM ON FLATS WITH A GOOD
CURRENT BREAK. ALSO THE RIVER TEMP IS 52 DAGREES ON THIS 26 DAY
OF APRIL. CONTACT ME FOR MORE INFO AT FISHINGFEVERCIT. TIGHT
LINES AND GOOD FISHING TO ALL.......
November 28, 2002 - Iowa
-Hi, Ive been learning how to hunt largemouth in a
variety of pond conditions, courtesty of my wife's relatives.
In the early summer, her uncle nabbed two 7 =poundes from the
same pound on consecutive weekends. One was over 24 inches long.
Im a better photographer than fisherman, so If you are
interested in brief reports and some electronic photos of some
of the most
scenic bodies of water in the US.
Im going to Essex and Shenandoah Iowa tomorrow.
I will give you a full
report when I return.
October 24, 2002 - Iowa
-Walleye are being caught on the Wapsipinicon river
using small dark colored jigs tipped with minnows in 6' to 8'
July 8, 2002 - Southwest
Iowa - Just wanted to give you a picture and an update.
Fishing in Southwest Iowa has been great all summer. I have had
most lakes and ponds to myself as the heat has been terrible.
Fish the outside edge of weedlines to catch most bass. I have
had best luck using Power Worms and Zoom Lizards. Sluggos also
work fairly well is weighted and fished deep. I've attached a
picture of a 8lb 6oz largemouth I caught in early July pitching
bushes overhanging a private lake. She went 24 inches and was
released. I hope to catch her next spring full of eggs. The Iowa
state record measured 23'1/2''. Heading to Table Rock next week.
Keep a tight line and reel'em in!
July 8, 2002 - Southern
I caught these cats in southern Iowa on a river.
The bigger one was pulled in
on july 4 2002 and the other five were july 6 2002 all of them
were caught on
The larger single flat head weight was 65lbs the other 5 were
from 28lbs to
55lbs Click on photo for larger view
June 14, 2002 - Lake Rathbun
- Fished Lake Rathbun in Southern Iowa for 2 days
and the fishing was great. Mid-size to small crappie was being
caught along rock structures at depth of 4 to 6 feet. I used
ice jigs tipped with minnows on a bobber. Caught over 60 first
day and over 30 the next. Also, saw some 5 and 6 pound Walleyes
caught by other boaters. So far, the Rathbun lake water level
seems to stable this year. Larry Jackson
May 20, 2002 - Iowa River
Between Iowa Falls and Steamboat Rock - sunday morning
5-19-02 caught 3 smallies @ 18" 5 more around 15" in
the iowa river between iowa falls and steamboat rock-was an excellant
morning-was using chart. 1/16 oz roadrunners
April 17, 2002 - George Wyth Lake
- On Monday, April 14 I caught a 4.5 lb. Largemouth Bass
and a 2 lb. Small mouth bass while fishing at George Wyth Lake.
I did get pictures of them. The fish were caught on a crawdad
crank bait...Thank you...Mike In Waterloo
September 22, 2000 - I got a Flathead Catfish
on 7/22/00 and it weighted 31.7 lbs lenth 43". On 8/13/00
got a flathead catfish weight 6 lbs and got it in the Raccon
River. On 9/10/00 got a flathead weight 15 lbs lenth 32"
and got it in the Raccon River. Jeremy Ertz
See more catfish pictures
May 29, 2000 - Submitted by Rob Coffey - Most
lakes in southern Iowa are producing good catches of all species.
The bass and crappies are done spawning and are dropping back
to points and deeper timber. Bass are being caught on a variety
of baits with topwater baits and crankbaits doing well.
The next two weeks are also good for walleye on
crankbaits. Bluegill are starting to go on beds and are biting
well.Three Mile Lake and Twelve Mile Lake both near the town
of Creston are good for bass and walleye and panfish. West Lake
near Osceola is good for bass and panfish. A small lake that
is also very good for bass is Red Haw Kake near Chariton. A lot
of the city resevoirs are also producing good catches of all
species but because of low water conditions some of ramps are
unusable. Walleye and bass should be coming on good at Rathbun
Resevoir as wellas crappies. Rathbun is near Centerville in southeast
Iowa and is always a good crankbait lake. If I can be fo help
to anyone, let me know. Until next, Rob Coffey Bucknspurfarm.
April 3, 2000 - Submitted by Rob Coffey - The
water temperatures in most southern Iowa lakes is staying in
the 50 degree range due to cool weather. Bass are still biting
fairly well on skirted twin yail grubs, jigs, and suspending
jerk baits. I fished Badger Creek last friday and two of us caught
seventeen bass in three hours on jerk baits.
Fished Twelve Mile Lake near Creston this morning
for three hours and only caught two nice fish on jigs. The air
temperature was 39 degrees and stout north wind maid for not
the best of conditions. Crappies were starting to turn on on
the nice days we have had but then the cold fronts slow them
The weather is supposed to get warm this week so
things shoud improve. Until next time: Rob Bucknspurfarm
April 3, 2000 - Submitted by Rob Coffey - Last
week the fishing in southern Iowa has started to improve. My
son and I fished four times last week with several dozen bass
brought to boat. We had one seven pounder and several between
three and five pounds. All fish were caught on twin tail grubs
and spider craws.
West lake near Osceola and Three Mile Lake near
Creston are starting to produce very well. Most fish are coming
from four to ten feet and water temps are about fifty degrees.
The crappies are starting to bite fairly well but are in ten
to twenty feet of water. Minnows are producing most of the fish.
Walleyes are still being caught in the Des Moines River system
and I have heard reports of some ten pounders being caught.
Rathbun Resevoir near Centerville will be very
good again this year for good crappies and walleye. It also has
some very good bass but they can be hard to find at times. We
have been very dry this spring and some small lakes and city
resevoirs are very low and boat access can be limited. Until
next time. Rob Bucknspurfarm.
March 21, 2000 - Submitted by Rob Coffey - The
water temperatures have dropped about eight degrees in the last
ten days, but bass are still being caught fairly well. I caught
six fish a week ago in a city resevoir that were between a pound
and six pounds. Fished for three hours but the fish came in about
a half an hour period right in the middle of a major period.
My son went out Sunday afternoon in a light snow
and water temperature of forty five and caught twelve fish about
a pound each. Caught those fish on a Husky Jerk at Lake Ahquabi
I fished today for a couple of hours at Twelve
mile lake in southwestern Iowa. I caught four bass. Two fish
were fourteen inches and the other two were about four and half
pounds each. Almost all of my fish for the last week have been
caught on twin tail grubs with garlic scent. The crappies have
slowed down with the cooler water temps but walleyes are still
doing pretty well in the Des Moines river system in and aroud
Des Moines. Until next time, Rob bucknspurfarm and Alternative
March 13, 2000 - Due to cooler weather,
most water temps have dropped about six degrees. Most of the
lakes in the southern part of the state are in the 45 to 48 degree
range. We are still catching bass fairly well on craws and suspending
jerk baits. Last Friday I caught 26 bass in three and half hours
and eighteen of them came on a Husky Jerk. Sunday my son and
I caught thirteen bass in a couple of hours. About half were
on salt craws and half on jerk baits. There are also some crappies
being caught on minnows in fairly deep water and walleyes are
biting in the Des Moines river system. until next time. rob bucknspurfarm
and alternative outdoors.
March 3, 2000 - THOUGHT I WOULD DROP YOU
A LINE WITH AN EARLY REPORT. THE ICE IN THE SOUTHERN HALF OF
THE STATE WENT OFF ABOUT TEN DAYS AGO. STARTED CATCHING LARGEMOUTH
THE NEXT DAY. VERY SLOW BUT HAS IMPROVED THE LAST FEW DAYS. MOST
FISH HAVE BEEN TAKEN ON SALT CRAWS OR JIG AND CRAWS. A FEW NICE
CRAPPIE HAVE BEEN TAKEN ON MINNOWS. LAST THURSDAY WAS MY BEST
WITH SIX FISH FROM THREE POUNDS TO FIVE AND A HALF IN AN HOUR.
ALL WERE ON BLACK AND BLUE SALT CRAWS. LAKES NAD CITY RESEVOIRS
UNDER 200 ACRES ARE THE BEST EARLY. TWO VERY GOOD LAKES FOR THE
UPCOMING SEASON WILL BE TWELVE MILE AND THREE MILE LAKES. THEY
ARE BOTH LOCATED NEAR CRESTON IN SOUTHWEST IOWA. BOTH LAKES ARE
VERY GOOD FOR BASS, WALLEYES AND CRAPPIES. RATHBUN RESEVOIR IN
SOUTHEAST IOWA IS ALWAYS GOOD FOR CRAPPIE AND WALLEYE. UNTIL
NEXT TIME ROB BUCKNSPURFARM AND ALTERNATIVE OUTDOORS
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