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How to Read Our Weekly Iowa Fishing Report

DNR’s weekly fishing report is broken down by counties or regions – northwest, northeast, Mississippi river, southeast and southwest.

You can check the activity of your favorite lake or stretch of river within each region, including which species are being caught, a rating of the bite (slow, fair, good or excellent), as well as a hot bait or lure pattern.

Fishing reports may include information on stream or river flows (and if it is rising or dropping), ice conditions, depths that fish are biting (watch for trends if this changes), or safety issues like if the water suddenly becomes shallow in spots.

Fishing Podcasts

Each month, Jeff Kopaska of the Iowa DNR and Ross Peterson from KXnO Sports Fanatics get together to talk about fishing opportunities, seasons and events in Iowa and around the Midwest. They are often joined by other DNR staff and guest speakers.

The links below are the podcast recordings of their conversations, and can also be found on the iHeartRadio app.

2023 Podcast Links

January 2023 Fishing Report - ice fishing tips and safety, winter community trout stockings and fish stocking requests and data

February 2023 Fishing Report - tips for getting your gear ready for spring fishing, Mid Iowa Bassmasters Fishermen's Swap Meet, Iowa Walleye Challenge and new state record orangespotted sunfish

March 2023 Fishing Report -  spring community trout stockings, Iowa Walleye Challenge, Hook n" Paddle Passport, early season river fishing for walleyes and lake fishing for ice-out catfish

April 2023 Fishing Report - AJ Winter, Iowa DNR Outdoor Skills Specialist joins us to preview spring outdoor activities, plus trout stocking and walleye gillnetting

May 2023 Fishing Report - Clear Lake fishing, shovelnose sturgeon sampling, Iowa Wallaye Challenge local prizes and Hook n' Paddle Passport launch

June 2023 Fishing Report - Free Fishing Weekend, fishing community ponds, tips for kayak fishing

July 2023 Fishing Report - local angler, Richared Grimes joins us to talk about the Iowa Walleye Challenge, plus Des Moines area community fishing spots and the Hook n' Paddle Passport 

August 2023 Fishing Report - we answer questions posed by some central Iowa listeners, plus trout fishing and the Iowa State Fair

September 2023 Fishing Report - Chad Dolan, Iowa DNR fisheries biologist joins us with an update on the Lake Geode restoration project, plus fall fish stockings

December 2023 Fishing Report - 2024 Midwest Walleye Challenge preview, plus fishing Christmas gift ideas

February 2022 Fishing Report - Zak Slagle from the Ohio DNR joins us to talk about walleye populations, fishing and surveys at Lake Erie; plus plans for the Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference hosted by Iowa DNR is Des Moines mid-February

March 2022 Fishing Report - Ben Neely, Kansas fishery biologist joins us to talk about a recent research project to determine if live scope sonar technology leads to anglers catching more/bigger fish; plus spring community trout stockings

April 2022 Fishing Report - new state record smallmouth buffalo, plus tips for catching trout in community fishing ponds and annual walleye gillnetting efforts

June 2022 Fishing Report - fishing tips and hotspots, plus sturgeon sampling on the Cedar River, Free Fishing Weekend and Iowa Walleye Challenge

August 2022 Fishing Report - live from the Iowa State Fair; stop by the aquarim in the DNR building to see fish from across Iowa; plus local fishing information 

September 2022 Fishing Report - new community fishing ponds, fishing sampling and fishing tournaments 

October 2022 Fishing Report - fish diet research, fishing tournaments and the big walleye controversy on Lake Erie; plus fall fishing tips

November 2022 Fishing Report - Mike Siepker joins us to talk trout - stockings, spawning, management and more

December 2022 Fishing Report - Hank Kholer joins us to talk about his One4Water trip and new book; plus ice fishing season preview

January 2021 Fishing Report - Kevan Paul joins us to talk about ice fishing on Clear Lake

February 2021 Fishing Report - fishing in community ponds, plus hybrid striped bass in Big Creek, and the hot yellow perch bite at Clear Lake

March 2021 Fishing Report - Corey Goldsworthy from the Minnesota DNR joins us to talk about the fishing options at Lake Superior, plus ice-out catfishing

April 2021 Fishing Report - Jay Rudacille, Iowa DNR Warm and Coolwater Fish Culture Supervisor, joins us to talk about the annual spring walleye collection, production and stocking, plus spring community trout stockings and fun fishing stories

May 2021 Fishing Report - Hank Kohler joins us to talk about his upcoming paddling trip from central Minnesota down the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico to make people aware of and seek donations for clean water projects

July 2021 Fishing Report - Fish Local Community Fishing Program and river catfishing tips, plus trout stream sampling

September 2021 Fishing Report - freshwater drum fishing on the Mississippi River, plus drift fishing for crappie and recap of Iowa State Fair aquarium and courtyard presentations

October 2021 Fishing Report - fall fishing tips, plus fall community trout stockings annouced again this year and upcoming trout angler survey

December 2021 Fishing Report - Eric Brinkman, asssistant chief of aquatic conservation in Arkansas, joins us to talk about managing alligator gar in the Red River; plus the Iowa Urban Trout Challenge on urban/community trout locations through December 31, 2021.

Iowa Fishing Report

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Big Woods Lake Northeast The interior rivers are falling with the recent rainfall events but are providing opportunities for some good channel catfish angling. Anglers are beginning to pick up a few walleye again on the interior rivers. Lakes within the Cedar Falls/Waterloo area are providing some good panfish angling. Trout streams remain in excellent condition, for more information contact your local bait shops for additional information. 06/11 09:35
Big Woods Lake Northeast Anglers are having success on both bluegill and crappie on Big Woods Lake. 06/11 09:35
Big Woods Lake Northeast Black Crappie - Good: Try fishing a minnow under a slip bobber near structure. 06/11 09:35
Big Woods Lake Northeast Bluegill - Excellent: Try fishing a piece of night crawler under a slip bobber off of the shoreline as bluegill are in the midst of spawn and on beds. 06/11 09:35
Brinker Lake Northeast The interior rivers are falling with the recent rainfall events but are providing opportunities for some good channel catfish angling. Anglers are beginning to pick up a few walleye again on the interior rivers. Lakes within the Cedar Falls/Waterloo area are providing some good panfish angling. Trout streams remain in excellent condition, for more information contact your local bait shops for additional information. 06/11 09:35
Brinker Lake Northeast Anglers are having success on both bluegill and crappie on Brinker Lake. 06/11 09:35
Brinker Lake Northeast Black Crappie - Good: Try fishing a minnow under a slip bobber near structure. 06/11 09:35
Brinker Lake Northeast Bluegill - Good: Try fishing a piece of night crawler under a slip bobber off of the shoreline as bluegill are in the midst of spawn and on beds. 06/11 09:35
Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Area rivers and streams are elevated but stable due to recent rainfall events. Weekend temperatures hot and humid with chance of storms daily. For more information, please contact the Chuck Gipp Decorah Fish Hatchery at 563-382-8324. 06/13 08:33
Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Water levels stabilizing but up about 2.5ft. with good clarity. Please visit, https://water.noaa.gov/ for more information. 06/13 08:33
Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Channel Catfish - Good: Catfish taking worms or chubs fished on the bottom in calm water or edge of current. 06/13 08:33
Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Smallmouth Bass - Good: Find bass in slack water areas. Try using a spinner or crankbait for luck. 06/13 08:33
Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Walleye - Good: Find walleye in off channel areas or eddies. Use minnows or jigs tipped with plastics for luck. 06/13 08:33
Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Area rivers and streams are elevated but stable due to recent rainfall events. Weekend temperatures hot and humid with chance of storms daily. For more information, please contact the Chuck Gipp Decorah Fish Hatchery at 563-382-8324. 06/14 08:06
Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Smallmouth Bass - Good: Find bass in slack water areas. Try using a spinner or crankbait for luck. 06/14 08:06
Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Water levels stabilizing but up about 2.5ft. with good clarity. Please visit, https://water.noaa.gov/ for more information. 06/14 08:06
Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Walleye - Good: Find walleye in off channel areas or eddies. Use minnows or jigs tipped with plastics for luck. 06/14 08:06
Cedar River (above Nashua) Northeast Channel Catfish - Good: Catfish taking worms or chubs fished on the bottom in calm water or edge of current. 06/14 08:06
Cedar River (Nashua to La Porte City) Northeast The interior rivers are falling with the recent rainfall events but are providing opportunities for some good channel catfish angling. Anglers are beginning to pick up a few walleye again on the interior rivers. Lakes within the Cedar Falls/Waterloo area are providing some good panfish angling. Trout streams remain in excellent condition, for more information contact your local bait shops for additional information. 06/11 09:35
Cedar River (Nashua to La Porte City) Northeast Anglers have been doing well on channel catfish with the rise and fall of river levels. 06/11 09:35
Cedar River (Nashua to La Porte City) Northeast Channel Catfish - Good: Catfish have been hitting well on stink baits, dead cut baits and chubs on the Cedar River. 06/11 09:35
Cedar River (Nashua to La Porte City) Northeast Walleye - Fair: Anglers are now picking up a few walleye again, leeches and crawlers have been the best of baits. 06/11 10:09
Decorah District Streams Northeast Area rivers and streams are elevated but stable due to recent rainfall events. Weekend temperatures hot and humid with chance of storms daily. For more information, please contact the Chuck Gipp Decorah Fish Hatchery at 563-382-8324. 06/13 08:33
Decorah District Streams Northeast Brook Trout - Slow: Brook trout take more persuasion to bite in off-color water. Sneak up on brook trout for a better chance at catching one of these beauties. Good hatches of gnats, mayflies, caddis flies, and midges. 06/13 08:33
Decorah District Streams Northeast Brown Trout - Good: Fish near or around logs or undercut banks. Spinner baits work well. Also try using streamers on larger waterbodies for some exciting action. Brown trout like cloudy water. 06/13 08:33
Decorah District Streams Northeast Water flows slightly elevated at most locations. Stream clarity highly variable depending on where rain fell but most are clear. Use care when wading streams with elevated flows. All streams were stocked this week. Gnats and no-see-ums out in force. Wild parsnip is beginning to bloom. Do not touch this plant. It can cause painful blisters. 06/13 08:33
Decorah District Streams Northeast Rainbow Trout - Excellent: Use spinner baits, hair jigs, or hooks tipped with a small piece of worm, bread, or cheese floated through deeper holes. 06/13 08:33
Decorah District Streams Northeast Area rivers and streams are elevated but stable due to recent rainfall events. Weekend temperatures hot and humid with chance of storms daily. For more information, please contact the Chuck Gipp Decorah Fish Hatchery at 563-382-8324. 06/14 08:06
Decorah District Streams Northeast Water flows slightly elevated at most locations. Stream clarity highly variable depending on where rain fell but most are clear. Use care when wading streams with elevated flows. All streams were stocked this week. Gnats and no-see-ums out in force. Wild parsnip is beginning to bloom. Do not touch this plant. It can cause painful blisters. 06/14 08:06
Decorah District Streams Northeast Brook Trout - Slow: Brook trout take more persuasion to bite in off-color water. Sneak up on brook trout for a better chance at catching one of these beauties. Good hatches of gnats, mayflies, caddis flies, and midges. 06/14 08:06
Decorah District Streams Northeast Brown Trout - Good: Fish near or around logs or undercut banks. Spinner baits work well. Also try using streamers on larger waterbodies for some exciting action. Brown trout like cloudy water. 06/14 08:06
Decorah District Streams Northeast Rainbow Trout - Excellent: Use spinner baits, hair jigs, or hooks tipped with a small piece of worm, bread, or cheese floated through deeper holes. 06/14 08:06
George Wyth Lake Northeast The interior rivers are falling with the recent rainfall events but are providing opportunities for some good channel catfish angling. Anglers are beginning to pick up a few walleye again on the interior rivers. Lakes within the Cedar Falls/Waterloo area are providing some good panfish angling. Trout streams remain in excellent condition, for more information contact your local bait shops for additional information. 06/11 09:35
George Wyth Lake Northeast Anglers are having success on both bluegill and crappie on George Wyth Lake. Some sorting may be required. 06/11 09:35
George Wyth Lake Northeast Black Crappie - Fair: Try fishing a minnow under a slip bobber near structure or lily pads on the west end of the lake. 06/11 09:35
George Wyth Lake Northeast Bluegill - Fair: Try fishing a piece of night crawler under a slip bobber off of the shoreline as bluegill are in the midst of spawn and on beds. 06/11 09:35
George Wyth Lake Northeast Largemouth Bass - Good: Anglers have been doing best on artificial baits, early morning or later evening has been the best. 06/11 10:02
Lake Hendricks Northeast Area rivers and streams are elevated but stable due to recent rainfall events. Weekend temperatures hot and humid with chance of storms daily. For more information, please contact the Chuck Gipp Decorah Fish Hatchery at 563-382-8324. 06/13 08:33
Lake Hendricks Northeast Black Crappie - Fair: Try using small jigs under a bobber out from shore near woody debris. 06/13 08:33
Lake Hendricks Northeast Bluegill - Good: Gills in shallow. Use small piece of worm or waxworm. 06/13 08:33
Lake Hendricks Northeast Channel Catfish - Good: A night crawler or squashed minnow on a hook near the bottom work well. 06/13 08:33
Lake Hendricks Northeast Largemouth Bass - Fair: Use spinner baits or crankbaits along edge of vegetation. 06/13 08:33
Lake Hendricks Northeast Water clarity about 4-5 ft. Water temperatures 70's. 06/13 08:33
Lake Hendricks Northeast Area rivers and streams are elevated but stable due to recent rainfall events. Weekend temperatures hot and humid with chance of storms daily. For more information, please contact the Chuck Gipp Decorah Fish Hatchery at 563-382-8324. 06/14 08:06
Lake Hendricks Northeast Water clarity about 4-5 ft. Water temperatures 70's. 06/14 08:06
Lake Hendricks Northeast Black Crappie - Fair: Try using small jigs under a bobber out from shore near woody debris. 06/14 08:06
Lake Hendricks Northeast Bluegill - Good: Gills in shallow. Use small piece of worm or waxworm. 06/14 08:06
Lake Hendricks Northeast Channel Catfish - Good: A night crawler or squashed minnow on a hook near the bottom work well. 06/14 08:06
Lake Hendricks Northeast Largemouth Bass - Fair: Use spinner baits or crankbaits along edge of vegetation. 06/14 08:06
Lake Meyer Northeast Area rivers and streams are elevated but stable due to recent rainfall events. Weekend temperatures hot and humid with chance of storms daily. For more information, please contact the Chuck Gipp Decorah Fish Hatchery at 563-382-8324. 06/13 08:33
Lake Meyer Northeast Black Crappie - Slow: Use spinner baits or jig tipped with a minnow fished near structure. 06/13 08:33
Lake Meyer Northeast Bluegill - Slow: Use small hooks tipped with a waxworm or small piece of worm under a bobber. 06/13 08:33
Lake Meyer Northeast Lake stained with about 2ft. visibility. Water temperatures 70's. 06/13 08:33
Lake Meyer Northeast Channel Catfish - Good: A nightcrawler on a hook fished at the bottom work well. 06/13 08:33
Lake Meyer Northeast Largemouth Bass - Slow: Use a spinner bait fished along edge of vegetation for best luck. Reports of anglers catching quite a few small bass. 06/13 08:33
Lake Meyer Northeast Area rivers and streams are elevated but stable due to recent rainfall events. Weekend temperatures hot and humid with chance of storms daily. For more information, please contact the Chuck Gipp Decorah Fish Hatchery at 563-382-8324. 06/14 08:06
Lake Meyer Northeast Lake stained with about 2ft. visibility. Water temperatures 70's. 06/14 08:06
Lake Meyer Northeast Bluegill - Slow: Use small hooks tipped with a waxworm or small piece of worm under a bobber. 06/14 08:06
Lake Meyer Northeast Black Crappie - Slow: Use spinner baits or jig tipped with a minnow fished near structure. 06/14 08:06
Lake Meyer Northeast Channel Catfish - Good: A nightcrawler on a hook fished at the bottom work well. 06/14 08:06
Lake Meyer Northeast Largemouth Bass - Slow: Use a spinner bait fished along edge of vegetation for best luck. Reports of anglers catching quite a few small bass. 06/14 08:06
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast Upper Mississippi River levels are predicted to level off later next week, and gradually decline. Water temperature is in the mid 70's. Fishing along rocks is starting to pick up as water levels slowly drop. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast Channel Catfish - Good: Catfish anglers have been catching a few channel cats this week on crawlers. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast Sauger - Fair: Sauger are biting on a minnow rig fished just off the bottom. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast Walleye - Slow: Tailwater fishing has tapered off. Fish jigs tipped with a minnow or crawlers on three-way rigs along side channel or closing dams. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast Water level in the tailwaters at Lynxville is 622.33 feet and is predicted to reach 622.5 feet next week. Water temp at Lock & Dam 9 in Lynxville is 73 degrees. The boat ramp at Sny Magill is closed due to high water. Water is over the road at Nobles Landing. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast Yellow Perch - Slow: Perch are biting on live minnows and crawlers along weed-lines in about 6 feet of water. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast Black Crappie - Good: Fish the flooded timber as the river rises. Anglers have been having good luck on minnows around submerged structure. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast Bluegill - Fair: Bluegill are moved off spawning beds into deeper water. Use light tackle on weed beds. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast Freshwater Drum - Good: Fish a piece of crawler off the bottom along main channel and side channel current. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast Largemouth Bass - Good: Cast frog baits along weed edges in upper portions of backwaters 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast Northern Pike - Fair: Fish the shallows along weed beds in backwater lakes. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast Smallmouth Bass - Excellent: Smallmouth are biting in areas with moderate current. Cast spinners and crankbaits along main channel rock shorelines or at the spillway. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast Flathead Catfish - Good: Look for the flathead to start feeding as they gear up for the summer spawn. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 10 Northeast White Bass - Good: Throw inline spinners along current breaks for white bass action. Watch for schools of minnows jumping as white bass are feeding. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast Upper Mississippi River levels are predicted to level off later next week, and gradually decline. Water temperature is in the mid 70's. Fishing along rocks is starting to pick up as water levels slowly drop. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast Sauger - Fair: Sauger are biting on a minnow rig fished just off the bottom. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast Walleye - Slow: Tailwater fishing has tapered off. Fish jigs tipped with a minnow or crawlers on three-way rigs along side channel or closing dams. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast Water level at Guttenberg has risen to 13 feet in the tailwaters and is expected to reach 13.2 next week. Water clarity is diminished and temperature is 69 degrees. Tailwater fishing at the Lock & Dam is not recommended with increased turbulence due to the lock gates being up. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast Yellow Perch - Slow: Perch are biting on live minnows and crawlers along weed-lines in about 6 feet of water. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast Black Crappie - Good: Fish the flooded timber as the river rises using light tackle. Anglers have been having luck on minnows. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast Bluegill - Fair: Bluegill are moved off spawning beds into deeper water. Use light tackle on weed beds. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast Channel Catfish - Good: Catfish anglers have been catching a few channel cats this week on crawlers or cut-bait 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast Freshwater Drum - Good: Fish a piece of crawler off the bottom along main channel and side channel current. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast Largemouth Bass - Good: Cast frog baits along weed edges in upper portions of backwaters 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast Northern Pike - Good: Fish the shallows along weed beds in backwater lakes. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast Smallmouth Bass - Excellent: Smallmouth are biting in areas with moderate current. Cast spinners and crankbaits along main channel rock shorelines. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast Flathead Catfish - Good: Look for the flathead to start feeding as they gear up for the summer spawn. Fish live bluegill or shiners in the tailwater. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 11 Northeast White Bass - Good: Throw inline spinners along current breaks for white bass action. Watch for schools of minnows jumping as white bass are feeding. 06/13 09:29
Mississippi River Pool 12 Northeast The river is rising slowly after recent rains. The water is stained to dirty in most parts of the district as waters now approach action flood stage. Many boat ramps and courtesy docks are beginning to experience flooding issues. If you have angling questions, please call Bellevue Fisheries Management at 563-880-8781. 06/13 09:50
Mississippi River Pool 12 Northeast Water level at Dubuque Lock and Dam is 13.2 feet and water level at the RR Bridge is 15.3 feet. The water is on the rise and stained with temps near 71 degrees. Some ramps like at Massey Station are experiencing minor flooding issues. 06/13 09:50
Mississippi River Pool 12 Northeast Channel Catfish - Good: Channel catfish like flood waters and will move along the banks to feed. Try using stink baits. 06/13 09:50
Mississippi River Pool 12 Northeast Flathead Catfish - Good: Anglers are starting to use trot lines where they can find a non-flooded banks. 06/13 09:50
Mississippi River Pool 12 Northeast White Bass - Good: White bass have been a consistent in the creel even with the dirty water. Try some flashy spinners in the tailwater areas. 06/13 09:50
Mississippi River Pool 12 Northeast Largemouth Bass - Good: Find some cleaner water edges and bass are often stacked up. Most people are using crank baits or spinning baits on abundant bass. 06/13 09:56
Mississippi River Pool 12 Northeast Black Crappie - Good: Some nice black crappie are being reported on minnow rigs in brush piles. 06/13 09:57
Mississippi River Pool 12 Northeast Walleye - Fair: Many anglers are targeting smaller flowing sloughs with crankbaits. 06/13 09:59
Mississippi River Pool 13 Northeast The river is rising slowly after recent rains. The water is stained to dirty in most parts of the district as waters now approach action flood stage. Many boat ramps and courtesy docks are beginning to experience flooding issues. If you have angling questions, please call Bellevue Fisheries Management at 563-880-8781. 06/13 09:50
Mississippi River Pool 13 Northeast Water level at Bellevue is rising and presently near 13.6 feet. Water temperature is 72 degrees and water is stained. The Iowa DNR ramp at Bellevue has water on it and is difficult to launch a boat. 06/13 09:50
Mississippi River Pool 13 Northeast Brown Bullhead - Good: This unique bullhead has been caught in good numbers in the lower pool above Clinton by anglers using egg sinker and worm rigs. 06/13 09:50
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