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Black Hawk Lake, Sac County

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9/22/21 @ 7:22 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Water temperatures in most lakes are in the low 70's.

Black Crappie - Fair: Anglers are picking up some 8-10 inch fish in and around the fish house shelter on Ice House Point.

Bluegill - Slow:

Channel Catfish - Fair: Fish with cut bait or dip baits on the bottom in areas along shore or near the rock pile off Cottonwood Point.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Use traditional bass lures along shore almost anywhere where there are rocks, fallen trees, or docks. Ice House Point shoreline, near the outlet, and near the inlet bridge are good areas to target bass.

Walleye - Slow: Try along the dredge shelf in front of Denison Beach or the rock pile off of Cottonwood Point.

Water temperatures are in the low 70's. Water level is about 9 inches below the crest of the spillway. Water clarity is about one foot.

Source: Iowa DNR

9/15/21 @ 7:19 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Water temperatures in most lakes have cooled to the lower 70's.

Black Crappie - Fair: Anglers are picking up some 8-10 inch fish along Ice House Point and near the fish house in Town Bay.

Bluegill - Slow:

Channel Catfish - Fair: Fish with cut bait or dip baits on the bottom in areas along shore or near the rock pile off Cottonwood Point.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Use traditional bass lures along shore almost anywhere where there are rocks, fallen trees, or docks. Ice House Point shoreline, near the outlet, and near the inlet bridge are good areas to target bass.

Walleye - Slow: Try along the dredge shelf in front of Denison Beach or the rock pile off of Cottonwood Point.

Water temperature is 71 degrees. Water level is about 7 inches below the crest of the spillway. Water clarity is about one foot.

Source: Iowa DNR

9/8/21 @ 7:13 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Water temperatures in most lakes have cooled to the lower 70's.

Water level is about 6 inches below the crest of the spillway. Water clarity is about one foot.

Black Crappie - Fair: The crappie bite has picked up, with 8-10 inch fish being picked up along Ice House Point and near the fish house in Town Bay.

Bluegill - Slow:

Channel Catfish - Fair: Fish with cut bait or dip baits on the bottom in areas along shore or near the rock pile off Cottonwood Point.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Use traditional bass lures along shore almost anywhere where there are rocks, fallen trees, or docks. Ice House Point shoreline, near the outlet, and near the inlet bridge are good areas to target bass.

Walleye - Slow: Try along the dredge shelf in front of Denison Beach or the rock pile off of Cottonwood Point.

Source: Iowa DNR

9/1/21 @ 7:10 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Slow:

Channel Catfish - Fair: Fish with cut bait or dip baits on the bottom in areas along shore or near the rock pile off Cottonwood Point.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Use traditional bass lures along shore almost anywhere along shore with rocks, vegetation edges, or along docks.

Walleye - Slow: Try along the dredge shelf in front of Denison Beach or the rock pile off of Cottonwood Point.

Water level is about 7 inches below the crest of the spillway. Water clarity is roughly 1.5 feet.

Source: Iowa DNR

8/25/21 @ 6:46 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20

Water level is about 4 inches below the crest of the spillway.

Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Slow:

Walleye - Slow: Try along the dredge shelf in front of Denison Beach or the rock pile off of Cottonwood Point.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Use traditional bass lures along shore almost anywhere along shore with rocks, vegetation edges, or along docks.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Fish with cut bait or dip baits on the bottom in areas along shore or near the rock pile off Cottonwood Point.

Source: Iowa DNR

8/10/21 @ 8:19 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Water temperatures are around 80 degrees in most district lakes.

Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Slow:

Channel Catfish - Fair: Try around the inlet bridge with cut bait or dip baits.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Fish along shore in areas with rocks or vegetation or along docks using traditional bass baits.

Walleye - Slow: If fishing from boat try near the rock pile off Cottonwood Point, along the dredge shelf out in front of Denison Beach, and the steeper contours out from shore near Lakewood Point.

Water temperature is around 80 degrees. Lake level is about 2 inches below the crest of the spillway.

Source: Iowa DNR

8/7/21 @ 2:35 PM
FISHING REPORT
CONDITIONS
Cloudy
WATER TEMP
76° - 80° F
AIR TEMP
81° - 88° F
Lschaul264
USER SINCE 8/7/21

Catching bullhead and yellow perch. Also an albino catfish.

8/3/21 @ 8:16 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Water temperatures are in the low 80's in most district lakes.

Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Slow:

Channel Catfish - Fair: The inlet bridge area would be a good place to focus efforts on catfish. The pump at the inlet bridge is running and the catfish may congregate around the flow.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Fish along shore in areas with rocks or vegetation or along docks using traditional bass baits.

Walleye - Slow: If fishing from boat try near the rock pile off Cottonwood Point, along the dredge shelf out in front of Denison Beach, and the steeper contours out from shore near Lakewood Point.

Water temperature is in the low 80's. Water clarity is around 2 feet. Lake level is about 2 inches below the crest of the spillway.

Source: Iowa DNR

7/27/21 @ 8:13 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Water temperatures are around 80 degrees in most district lakes.

Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Slow:

Channel Catfish - Fair: The inlet bridge area would be a good place to focus efforts on catfish. The pump at the inlet bridge is now running and the catfish may congregate around the flow.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Fish along shore in areas with rocks or vegetation or along docks using traditional bass baits.

Walleye - Slow: If fishing from boat try near the rock pile off Cottonwood Point, along the dredge shelf out in front of Denison Beach, and the steeper contours out from shore near Lakewood Point.

Water temperature is around 80 degrees. Water clarity is around 2 feet. Lake level is about 2 inches below the crest of the spillway.

Source: Iowa DNR

7/20/21 @ 8:04 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Water temperatures are in the mid 70's in most district lakes.

Water temperature is in the mid 70's. Water clarity is around 2 feet. Lake level is about 5 inches below the crest of the spillway.

Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Slow:

Channel Catfish - Fair: The inlet bridge area would be a good place to focus efforts on catfish. The pump at the inlet bridge is now running and the catfish may congregate around the flow.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Fish along shore in areas with rocks or vegetation or along docks using traditional bass baits.

Walleye - Slow: If fishing from boat try near the rock pile off Cottonwood Point, along the dredge shelf out in front of Denison Beach, and the steeper contours out from shore near Lakewood Point.

Source: Iowa DNR

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