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4/2/21 @ 2:28 PM
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The walleye season is currently closed on The Iowa Great Lake Chain is now completely ice free. The extended forecast calls for much warmer temperatures with highs in the 70s.

Source: Iowa DNR

3/26/21 @ 2:25 PM
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The walleye season is currently closed on Spirit, East Okoboji and West Okoboji Lake. Most of the area ice has deteriorated significantly with total ice out expected to happen in the next week or so. The extended forecast calls for continued warm temperatures with highs in the 50s and 60s.

Source: Iowa DNR

3/19/21 @ 2:22 PM
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The walleye season is currently closed on Spirit, East Okoboji and West Okoboji Lake. Most of the area ice has deteriorated significantly with total ice out expected to happen in the next week or so. The extended forecast calls for continued warm temperatures with highs in the 40s and 50s.

Ice conditions have deteriorated significantly making ice fishing unsafe.

Source: Iowa DNR

3/12/21 @ 3:19 PM
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The walleye season is currently closed on Spirit, East Okoboji and West Okoboji Lake. Ice fishing is no longer recommended as the recent warm temperatures have quickly deteriorated much of the ice in the area. The extended forecast calls for continued warm temperatures with highs in the 40s and 50s.

Ice conditions have deteriorated significantly making ice fishing unsafe.

Source: Iowa DNR

2/22/21 @ 11:40 PM
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Iowa Great Lakes are fully iced up with conditions ranging from 18-22 inches. Recent temperatures have created safer ice conditions, allowing the use of some full sized vehicles, but people should still use caution and check conditions before driving out. Caution: there are still many seams throughout the lakes area as well as a few holes that have been kept open due to geese activity. The extended forecast calls for warmer temperatures again, so fishing should hopefully pickup.

Caution: lake aerator is currently in use. Ice conditions are around 16.5 inches.

The walleye season is currently closed on Spirit, East Okoboji and West Okoboji Lake. are fully iced up with conditions ranging from 18-22 inches. Recent temperatures have created safer ice conditions, allowing the use of some full sized vehicles, but people should still use caution and check conditions before driving out. Caution: there are still many seams throughout the lakes area as well as a few holes that have been kept open due to geese activity.

Caution: lake aerator is currently in use. Ice conditions are around 16.5 inches.

Source: Iowa DNR

2/15/21 @ 11:37 PM
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Iowa Great Lakes are fully iced up with conditions ranging from 17-20 inches. Recent temperatures have created safer ice conditions, allowing the use of some full sized vehicles, but people should still use caution and check conditions before driving out. Caution: there are still many seams throughout the lakes area as well as a few holes that have developed or iced over on Spirit. The extended forecast calls temperatures well below freezing.

Caution: lake aerator is currently in use. Ice conditions are around 16.5 inches.

Source: Iowa DNR

2/8/21 @ 11:34 PM
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Iowa Great Lakes are fully iced up with conditions ranging from 13-18 inches. Recent temperatures have created safer ice conditions, allowing the use of some full sized vehicles, but people should still use caution and check conditions before driving out. Caution: there are still many seams throughout the lakes area as well as a few holes that have developed or iced over on Spirit. The extended forecast calls temperatures well below freezing.

Caution: lake aerator is currently in use. Ice conditions are around 13.5 inches.

Source: Iowa DNR

2/1/21 @ 11:31 PM
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Okoboji Winter Games will be in effect January 28-31 so many events and people are expected to be on the lakes. Iowa Great Lakes are fully iced up with conditions ranging from 13-14 inches. While recent temperatures have created safer ice conditions, the use of full sized vehicles is not recommended. Caution: there are still many seams throughout the lakes area. The extended forecast calls for continued below freezing temperatures.

Caution: lake aerator is currently in use. Ice conditions are around 12.5 inches.

Source: Iowa DNR

1/25/21 @ 11:28 PM
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Iowa Great Lakes are fully iced up with conditions ranging from 10-12 inches. Due to inconsistent freezing temperatures lately, many lakes may have irregular ice conditions as well as open holes. The use of full sized vehicles is not recommended. This weekend temperatures should begin to drop with highs in the upper teens and low 20s. This will hopefully create more consistent safe ice conditions throughout the great lakes area.

Caution: lake aerator is currently in use. Ice conditions are around 12.5 inches.

Source: Iowa DNR

1/18/21 @ 11:25 PM
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Iowa Great Lakes are fully iced up with conditions ranging from 10-12 inches. There are still many spots in the main basins that are somewhat thinner so use caution when going out. The use of full sized vehicles is not recommended. Remember to bring a form of ice picks, a form of flotation, and a friend. There is currently a blizzard advisory in affect till the end of Friday. This weekend temperatures should remain below freezing with highs being in the upper 20s and low 30s.

Caution: lake aerator is currently in use. Ice conditions are around 12.5 inches.

Source: Iowa DNR

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