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North Twin, Calhoun County

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9/24/20 @ 7:28 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.

Bluegill - Slow: Fish near vegetation edges using small jigs tipped with crawler fished under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Channel catfish are numerous in North Twin Lake. If fishing from shore let the bait sit near the bottom. Try natural baits like night crawlers, crawdads, or shrimp. If fishing from a boat try drifting at night over deeper water.

Water levels are several inches below crest. Water temperature is around 60 degrees.

Yellow Bass - Fair: Use a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler or waxworm fished under a small bobber. Yellow bass are 6-10 inches in length. Try fishing around the deadfalls and woody structure along the shoreline just to the south of Featherstone Park.

Walleye - Slow: Try trolling walleye in the middle of the basin using crankbaits or crawler harnesses. Recent surveys showed a lot of big walleye along the wooded shoreline just south of Muddy Bay and Featherstone Park.

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.

Water levels are about 10 inches below crest.

Bluegill - Slow: Fish near vegetation edges using small jigs tipped with crawler fished under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Channel catfish are numerous in North Twin Lake. If fishing from shore let the bait sit near the bottom. Try natural baits like night crawlers, crawdads, or shrimp. If fishing from a boat try drifting at night over deeper water.

Walleye - Slow: Try trolling walleye in the middle of the basin using crankbaits or crawler harnesses. Recent surveys showed a lot of big walleye along the wooded shoreline just south of Muddy Bay and Featherstone Park.

Yellow Bass - Fair: Use a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler or waxworm fished under a small bobber. Yellow bass are 6-10 inches in length. Try fishing around the deadfalls and woody structure along the shoreline just to the south of Featherstone Park.

Source: Iowa DNR

9/17/20 @ 7:25 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.

Bluegill - Slow: Fish near vegetation edges using small jigs tipped with crawler fished under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Channel catfish are numerous in North Twin Lake. If fishing from shore let the bait sit near the bottom. Try natural baits like night crawlers, crawdads, or shrimp. If fishing from a boat try drifting at night over deeper water.

Walleye - Slow: Try trolling walleye in the middle of the basin using crankbaits or crawler harnesses. Recent surveys showed a lot of big walleye along the wooded shoreline just south of Muddy Bay and Featherstone Park.

Water levels are several inches below crest. Water temperature is around 60 degrees.

Yellow Bass - Fair: Use a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler or waxworm fished under a small bobber. Yellow bass are 6-10 inches in length. Try fishing around the deadfalls and woody structure along the shoreline just to the south of Featherstone Park.

Source: Iowa DNR

9/10/20 @ 7:22 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.

Water levels are several inches below crest. Water temperature is in the mid 70's.

Yellow Bass - Fair: Use a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler or waxworm fished under a small bobber. Yellow bass are 6-10 inches in length. Try fishing around the deadfalls and woody structure along the shoreline just to the south of Featherstone Park.

Bluegill - Slow: Fish near vegetation edges using small jigs tipped with crawler fished under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Channel catfish are numerous in North Twin Lake. If fishing from shore let the bait sit near the bottom. Try natural baits like night crawlers, crawdads, or shrimp. If fishing from a boat try drifting at night over deeper water.

Walleye - Slow: Try trolling walleye in the middle of the basin using crankbaits or crawler harnesses. Recent surveys showed a lot of big walleye along the wooded shoreline just south of Muddy Bay and Featherstone Park.

Source: Iowa DNR

9/3/20 @ 7:19 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.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Channel catfish are numerous in North Twin Lake. Fish near shore using natural baits like night crawlers, crawdads, or shrimp. If fishing from a boat try drifting at night over deeper water.

Water levels are several inches below crest.

Yellow Bass - Fair: Use a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler or waxworm fished under a small bobber. Yellow bass are 6-10 inches in length. Try fishing around the deadfalls and woody structure along the shoreline just to the south of Featherstone Park.

Bluegill - Slow: Anglers are picking up a few bluegill along shore near vegetation edges using small jigs tipped with crawler fished under a bobber.

Walleye - Slow: Try trolling walleye in the middle of the basin using crankbaits or crawler harnesses. Recent surveys showed a lot of big walleye along the wooded shoreline just south of Muddy Bay and Featherstone Park.

Source: Iowa DNR

8/20/20 @ 7:04 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.

Bluegill - Slow: Anglers are picking up a few bluegill along shore near vegetation edges using small jigs tipped with crawler fished under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Channel catfish are numerous in North Twin Lake. Fish near shore using natural baits like night crawlers, crawdads, or shrimp. If fishing from a boat try drifting at night over deeper water.

Surface water temperature is around 75 degrees. Water clarity is around 16 inches and levels are several inches below crest.

Walleye - Slow: Try trolling walleye in the middle of the basin using crankbaits or crawler harnesses. Recent surveys showed a lot of big walleye along the wooded shoreline just south of Muddy Bay.

Yellow Bass - Fair: Use a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler or waxworm fished under a small bobber. Yellow bass are 6-10 inches in length. There have been a lot of yellow bass hanging out around the deadfalls and woody structure in Muddy Bay and along the wooded shoreline just south of Muddy Bay.

Source: Iowa DNR

8/13/20 @ 6:40 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.

Bluegill - Slow: Anglers are picking up a few bluegill along shore near vegetation edges using small jigs tipped with crawler fished under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Channel catfish are numerous in North Twin Lake. Fish near shore using natural baits like night crawlers, crawdads, or shrimp. If fishing from a boat try drifting at night over deeper water.

Surface water temperature is around 77 degrees. Water clarity is around 16 inches and levels are about 4 to 6 inches below crest.

Walleye - Slow: Try trolling walleye in the middle of the basin using crankbaits or crawler harnesses. Recent surveys showed a lot of big walleye along the wooded shoreline just south of Muddy Bay.

Yellow Bass - Fair: Use a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler or waxworm fished under a small bobber in 3-6 feet of water near shore. If fishing from boat you may need to move around to stay on top of fish. Yellow bass are 6-10 inches in length. There have been a lot of yellow bass hanging out around the deadfalls and woody structure in Muddy Bay and along the wooded shoreline just south of Muddy Bay.

Source: Iowa DNR

7/30/20 @ 6:31 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.

Bluegill - Slow: Anglers are picking up a few bluegill along shore near vegetation edges using small jigs tipped with crawler fished under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Channel catfish are numerous in North Twin Lake. Fish near shore using natural baits like night crawlers, crawdads, or shrimp. If fishing from a boat try drifting at night over deeper water.

Walleye - Slow: Try trolling walleye in the middle of the basin using crankbaits or crawler harnesses.

Water temperatures are in the low 80's. Water clarity is around 1-2 feet.

Yellow Bass - Fair: Use a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler or waxworm fished under a small bobber in 3-6 feet of water near shore. If fishing from boat you may need to move around to stay on top of fish. Yellow bass are 6-10 inches in length.

Source: Iowa DNR

7/23/20 @ 6:28 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.

Bluegill - Slow: Anglers are picking up a few bluegill along shore near vegetation edges using small jigs tipped with crawler fished under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Channel catfish are numerous in North Twin Lake. Use cut baits and crankbaits near shore with rocky structure.

Water temperatures are in the low 80's. Water clarity is around 2 feet.

Yellow Bass - Fair: Use a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler or waxworm fished under a small bobber in 3-6 feet of water near shore. If fishing from boat you may need to move around to stay on top of fish. Yellow bass are 6-10 inches in length.

Walleye - Slow: Try trolling walleye in the middle of the basin using crankbaits or crawler harnesses.

Source: Iowa DNR

7/16/20 @ 5:22 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (17%)
Waning Crescent
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water temperatures are in the lower 80's in the Black Hawk District.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Channel catfish are numerous in North Twin Lake. Use cut baits and crankbaits near shore with rocky structure.

Water temperatures are in the low 80's. Water clarity is around 2 feet.

Yellow Bass - Fair: Use a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler or waxworm fished under a small bobber in 3-6 feet of water near shore. If fishing from boat you may need to move around to stay on top of fish. Yellow bass are 6-10 inches in length.

Bluegill - Slow: Anglers are picking up a few bluegill along shore near vegetation edges using small jigs tipped with crawler fished under a bobber.

Source: Iowa DNR

7/3/03 @ 6:08 AM
ALAN_50501
User since 7/3/03
im a regular at this lake..just did join this site.. anyways the past couple weeks at this lake we have been getting some good sized notherns my dad caught one 9.0lbs i caught one a week later that was 7.0 and just 2 weeks ago i had one on in back of boat that would of went a good solid 12 we r fishing for walleyes mainly...the crappies have slowed down alot we was haviung good luck with them also.. we r also getting a few largemouths..we troll number 5 shad raps to catch all these fish...lakes a pleasure lake so get there earily and off by noon for the best luck good luck tight lines.....

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