Pollmiller Park Lake
East edge of West Point
Electric Motors Only
Amenities at Pollmiller Park Lake include:
- Boat Access
- Accessible Pier
- Picnic Area
- Accessible Facilities
- Hard Surface Boat Ramp
|For more information on the above lakes call the Lake Darling Fisheries Office at (319) 694-2430.|
|Bluegill - Fair: Locate them around the brush piles.|
|Not much ice fishing activity going on right now.|
Fish surveys revealed that Pollmiller Lake is producing numerous bluegills and redear sunfish in the 8-11 inch range. Largemouth bass are prevalent. Some bass are of legal size, but most are in the 12-14 inch range. Channel catfish are fairly abundant, and many of these fish are greater than 15 inches in length. Occasionally angling a channel catfish greater than 20 inches is a likely possibility. Crappies are present in the lake, although not in high numbers. Typically, crappies run in the 8-12 inch range.(2008)
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