Lost Grove Lake

General Information

County: Scott
Location: Six miles east of Eldridge
Acres: 400.00
Maximum Depth: 50 ft. (2015)
Motoring Restrictions: Any size motor operated at 5 mph or less

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Amenities

Amenities at Lost Grove Lake include:
  • Boat Access
  • Fishing Jetty
  • Accessible Pier
  • Trails
  • Good/Excellent Shorefishing
  • Hard Surface Boat Ramp
  • Accessible Shoreline
For more information on the above Lakes call the Lake Darling Fisheries Station at (319) 694-2430.
Hot weather has brought the water temps up into the upper 60's. Water nice and clear. Pumps at the fish cleaning stations were put in last week.
Black Crappie - Fair: The crappies have for the most part stayed out in deeper water. A few made it in shallow to spawn before it got too warm. Slip bobber and minnow out in 8-10 foot of water.
Bluegill - Fair: Most of the bluegills are still out in deeper water but a few are moving into shallower water.
Largemouth Bass - Fair: The bass are starting to move in shallow to feed on the bait fish. A few males are starting to pick out nesting sites.
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  • 06/09/2021 - 12,029 Walleye (1.6)
  • 09/14/2020 - 2,391 Channel Catfish (8)
  • 06/04/2020 - 12,820 Walleye (1.6)
  • 05/11/2020 - 200 Muskellunge (12.4)
  • 06/10/2019 - 12,001 Walleye (1.9)
  • 09/19/2018 - 2,401 Channel Catfish (8.6)
  • 06/05/2018 - 11,974 Walleye (1.44)
  • 05/11/2018 - 200 Muskellunge (11.8)
  • 5/30/2017 - 15,090 Walleye (1.7")
  • 9/12/16 - 2,399 Channel Catfish (8.9")
  • 6/7/16 - 11,366 Walleye (1.8")
  • 5/9/16 - 203 Muskellunge (14.5")
  • 05/28/2015 - 11,997 Walleye (2")
  • 09/10/2014 - 2,400 Channel Catfish (8")
  • 06/02/2014 - 12,048 Walleye (2")
  • 05/20/2014 - 200 Muskellunge (10.5")
  • 09/24/2013 - 2,803 Channel Catfish (8.1")
  • 06/28/2013 - 40,140 Largemouth Bass (1.5")
  • 06/10/2013 - 12,055 Walleye (1.8")
  • 05/13/2013 - 40,023 Channel Catfish (2.2")
  • 05/13/2013 - 200 Muskellunge (12.5")
  • 10/24/2012 - 1,750 Largemouth Bass (4.4")
  • 10/23/2012 - 64,116 Redear Sunfish (0.8")
  • 10/12/2012 - 30,000 Bluegill (1.8")
  • 07/18/2012 - 131,000 Bluegill (1")
The Fishing Regulations brochure is available for download. The summaries listed below are a partial listing provided for your benefit.

  • Black Crappie
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: combined black and white crappie, 25 fish
    • Possession Limit: unlimited
    • Length Limit: none
    • Other: No daily limit on private waters
  • Bluegill
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: 25 fish
    • Possession Limit: unlimited
    • Length Limit: none
    • Other: No daily limit on private waters
  • Channel Catfish
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: combined: channel, blue and flathead catfish, 8 fish
    • Possession Limit: combined: channel, blue and flathead catfish, 30 fish
    • Length Limit: none
    • Other:
  • Largemouth Bass
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: combined black bass, 3 fish
    • Possession Limit: combined black bass, 6 fish
    • Length Limit: 18-inch minimum
    • Other:
  • Muskellunge
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: combined: muskellunge and tiger muskellunge, 1 fish
    • Possession Limit: combined: muskellunge and tiger muskellunge, 1 fish
    • Length Limit: 40-inch minimum
    • Other:
  • Walleye
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: combined walleye, sauger and saugeye; 5 fish
    • Possession Limit: combined walleye, sauger and saugeye; 10 fish
    • Length Limit: none
    • Other:
  • White Crappie
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: combined black and white crappie, 25 fish
    • Possession Limit: unlimited
    • Length Limit: none
    • Other: No daily limit on private waters
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