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Brushy Creek Lake, Webster County

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9/24/20 @ 8:49 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (57%)
Waxing Gibbous
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Fishing action has picked up in some areas as water temperatures cool down. Most lake levels remain at or below crest.

Black Crappie - Fair: Try near submerged woody structure along shore with a small piece of crawler or minnow on a jig fished under a bobber.

Bluegill - Fair:

Brushy Creek has been drawn down about four feet for a construction project. Anglers should launch their boat at the north ramp or the west ramp. The docks have been adjusted at the west ramp to make them easier to use.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Brushy Creek Lake has a low-density population of larger channel catfish. Target these larger fish near rocky areas and submerged woody structure using a variety of cut baits and crankbaits fished near the bottom in 10-15 feet of water.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Throw traditional bass lures, plastics, or weedless lures near submerged structure and along weed lines.

Walleye - Slow:

Yellow Perch - Slow:

Panfishing action from shore has picked up in some areas. Most lake levels remain at or below crest. For more information, contact the Black Hawk District office at 712-657-2638.

Black Crappie - Fair: Try near submerged woody structure along shore with a small piece of crawler or minnow on a jig fished under a bobber.

Bluegill - Fair:

Brushy Creek has been drawn down about four feet for a construction project. Anglers should launch their boat at the north ramp or the west ramp. The docks have been adjusted at the west ramp to make them easier to use.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Throw traditional bass lures, plastics, or weedless lures near submerged structure and along weed lines.

Walleye - Slow:

Yellow Perch - Slow:

Channel Catfish - Fair: Brushy Creek Lake has a low-density population of larger channel catfish. Target these larger fish near rocky areas and submerged woody structure using a variety of cut baits and crankbaits fished near the bottom in 10-15 feet of water.

Source: Iowa DNR

9/17/20 @ 8:46 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE
New Moon
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water temperatures have dropped to around 60 degrees in most parts of the Black Hawk District. Most lake levels remain at or below crest.

Brushy Creek has been drawn down about four feet for a construction project. Anglers should launch their boat at the north ramp or the west ramp. The docks have been adjusted at the west ramp to make them easier to use.

Black Crappie - Fair: fish near submerged woody structure with a small piece of crawler or minnow on a jig either drifting or fished under a bobber.

Bluegill - Fair:

Channel Catfish - Fair: Brushy Creek Lake has a low-density population of larger channel catfish. Target these larger fish near rocky areas and submerged woody structure using a variety of cut baits and crankbaits fished near the bottom in 10-15 feet of water.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Throw traditional bass lures, plastics, or weedless lures near submerged structure and along weed lines.

Walleye - Slow:

Yellow Perch - Slow:

Source: Iowa DNR

9/10/20 @ 8:43 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE
Last Quarter
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water temperatures are in the mid 70's in most parts of the Black Hawk District. River levels are low and most lake levels are below crest.

Black Crappie - Fair: fish near submerged woody structure with a small piece of crawler or minnow on a jig either drifting or fished under a bobber.

Bluegill - Fair:

Brushy Creek has been drawn down about four feet for a construction project. Anglers should launch their boat at the north ramp or the west ramp. The docks have been adjusted at the west ramp to make them easier to use.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Brushy Creek Lake has a low-density population of larger channel catfish. Target these larger fish near rocky areas and submerged woody structure using a variety of cut baits and crankbaits fished near the bottom in 10-15 feet of water.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Throw traditional bass lures, plastics, or weedless lures near submerged structure and along weed lines.

Walleye - Slow:

Yellow Perch - Slow:

Source: Iowa DNR

9/3/20 @ 8:40 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (98%)
Waning Gibbous
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water temperatures have warmed slightly to the upper 70s in most parts of the Black Hawk District. River levels are low and most lake levels are below crest.

Black Crappie - Fair: fish near submerged woody structure with a small piece of crawler or minnow on a jig either drifting or fished under a bobber.

Bluegill - Fair:

Brushy Creek is currently being drawn down four feet for a construction project. Anglers should launch their boat at the north ramp or the west ramp. The docks have been adjusted at the west ramp to make them easier to use.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Brushy Creek Lake has a low-density population of larger channel catfish. Target these larger fish near rocky areas and submerged woody structure using a variety of cut baits and crankbaits.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Throw traditional bass lures, plastics, or weedless lures near submerged structure and along weed lines.

Walleye - Slow:

Yellow Perch - Slow:

Source: Iowa DNR

8/27/20 @ 8:31 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (71%)
Waxing Gibbous
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water temperatures are in the mid 70s in the Black Hawk District. River levels are low and most lake levels are below crest.

Brushy Creek is currently being drawn down four feet for a construction project. Anglers should launch their boat at the north ramp or the west ramp. The docks have been adjusted at the west ramp to make them easier to use.

Black Crappie - Fair: fish near submerged woody structure with a small piece of crawler or minnow on a jig either drifting or fished under a bobber.

Bluegill - Fair:

Channel Catfish - Fair: Brushy Creek Lake has a low-density population of larger channel catfish. Target these larger fish near rocky areas and submerged woody structure using a variety of cut baits and crankbaits.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Throw traditional bass lures, plastics, or weedless lures near submerged structure and along weed lines.

Walleye - Slow:

Yellow Perch - Slow:

Source: Iowa DNR

8/20/20 @ 8:25 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (4%)
Waxing Crescent
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water temperatures are in the mid 70s in the Black Hawk District. River levels are low and most lake levels are below crest.

Black Crappie - Fair: fish near submerged woody structure with a small piece of crawler or minnow on a jig either drifting or fished under a bobber.

Bluegill - Fair:

Brushy Creek is currently being drawn down four feet for a construction project. Anglers should launch their boat at the north ramp or the west ramp. The docks have been adjusted at the west ramp to make them easier to use.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Brushy Creek Lake has a low-density population of larger channel catfish. Target these larger fish near rocky areas and submerged woody structure using a variety of cut baits and crankbaits.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Throw traditional bass lures, plastics, or weedless lures near submerged structure and along weed lines.

Walleye - Slow:

Yellow Perch - Slow:

Source: Iowa DNR

8/13/20 @ 8:01 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (31%)
Waning Crescent
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water temperatures are in the upper 70s in the Black Hawk District.

Brushy Creek is currently being drawn down four feet for a construction project. Anglers should launch their boat at the north ramp or the west ramp. The docks have been adjusted at the west ramp to make them easier to use.

Black Crappie - Fair: fish near submerged woody structure with a small piece of crawler or minnow on a jig either drifting or fished under a bobber.

Bluegill - Fair:

Channel Catfish - Fair: Brushy Creek Lake has a low-density population of larger channel catfish. Target these larger fish near shore with rocky structure using a variety of cut baits and crankbaits.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Throw traditional bass lures, plastics, or weedless lures near submerged structure and along weed lines.

Walleye - Slow:

Yellow Perch - Slow:

Source: Iowa DNR

8/6/20 @ 7:58 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (91%)
Waning Gibbous
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water temperatures are in the lower 80's in the Black Hawk District.

Black Crappie - Fair: fish near submerged woody structure with a small piece of crawler or minnow on a jig either drifting or fished under a bobber.

Bluegill - Fair:

Brushy Creek is currently being drawn down four feet for a construction project. Anglers should launch their boat at the north ramp or the west ramp. The docks have been adjusted at the west ramp to make them easier to use.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Brushy Creek Lake has a low-density population of larger channel catfish. Target these larger fish near shore with rocky structure using a variety of cut baits and crankbaits.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Throw traditional bass lures, plastics, or weedless lures near submerged structure and along weed lines.

Walleye - Slow:

Yellow Perch - Slow:

Source: Iowa DNR

7/30/20 @ 7:52 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (83%)
Waxing Gibbous
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water temperatures are in the lower 80's in the Black Hawk District.

Black Crappie - Fair: fish near submerged woody structure with a small piece of crawler or minnow on a jig either drifting or fished under a bobber.

Bluegill - Fair:

Brushy Creek is currently being drawn down four feet for a construction project. Anglers should launch their boat at the north ramp or the west ramp. The docks have been adjusted at the west ramp to make them easier to use.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Throw traditional bass lures, plastics, or weedless lures near submerged structure and along weed lines.

Walleye - Slow:

Yellow Perch - Slow:

Channel Catfish - Fair: Brushy Creek Lake has a low-density population of larger channel catfish. Target these larger fish near shore with rocky structure using a variety of cut baits and crankbaits.

Source: Iowa DNR

7/23/20 @ 7:49 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (11%)
Waxing Crescent
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water temperatures are in the lower 80's in the Black Hawk District.

Black Crappie - Fair: fish near submerged woody structure with a small piece of crawler or minnow on a jig either drifting or fished under a bobber.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: Throw traditional bass lures, plastics, or weedless lures near submerged structure and along weed lines.

Surface water temps are in the upper 70's. There is around 10 feet of water clarity. Brushy Creek is currently being drawn down four feet for a construction project. Anglers should launch their boat at the north ramp or the west ramp. The docks have been adjusted at the west ramp to make them easier to use.

Bluegill - Fair:

Channel Catfish - Fair: Brushy Creek Lake has a low-density population of larger channel catfish. Target these larger fish near shore with rocky structure using a variety of cut baits and crankbaits.

Walleye - Slow:

Yellow Perch - Slow:

Source: Iowa DNR

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