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Pool 14, Mississippi River, Scott County

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9/17/20 @ 8:37 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE
New Moon
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Both the water level and the water temperature fell throughout the district this week. Despite heavy local rains the Mississippi River water levels are still expected to drop. Tributary streams are running turbid after rains. If you have angling questions please call the Bellevue Fisheries Station at 563-880-8781.

Bluegill - Fair: Bluegills can be found near backwater areas around brush piles. As water levels get low, look for bluegills along the channel edges.

Channel Catfish - Good: Anglers are using prepared stink baits, also some are being caught along rock lines.

Flathead Catfish - Excellent: Flathead catfish are being caught using live fish for bait. Lots of trot lines are being set and make sure you follow trot lines rules especially with having your name and address on the lines.

Freshwater Drum - Excellent: Freshwater drum are easy to catch on a worm sinker and worm rig. Fish in moderate current areas. Use large crayfish for bigger Drum.

Largemouth Bass - Good: Bass are being taken off lily pad areas on spinner baits or frog imitation lures.

Northern Pike - Good: Use flashy spinners along backwater shorelines or in the tailwaters for this aggressive fish.

Smallmouth Bass - Good: Fish spinners or crank baits along rip rap areas for best results.

The water level at the Fulton Lock and Dam is at 6.9 feet, Camanche is at 10.8 feet and LeClaire is at 5.9 feet. Water temperature has dropped dramatically to 64 degrees and water clarity is fair. The Wapsi River is running turbid.

Walleye - Fair: Some fish are being taken on wingdams with stronger current. Some are being taken on sand flats by anglers using crankbaits.

White Bass - Fair: Fish tailwater areas with white jigs.

Water level continues to decrease throughout the district but tributary streams are running turbid after last weeks rains. If you have angling questions please call the Bellevue Fisheries Station at 563-880-8781.

Bluegill - Good: Bluegills can be found near backwater areas around brush piles. As water levels get low, look for bluegills along the channel edges.

Channel Catfish - Good: Anglers are using prepared stink baits, also some are being caught along rock lines. Cut shad is also working well.

Flathead Catfish - Excellent: Flathead catfish are being caught using live fish for bait. Lots of trot lines are being set and make sure you follow trot lines rules especially with having your name and address on the lines.

Freshwater Drum - Excellent: Freshwater drum are easy to catch on a worm sinker and worm rig. Fish in moderate current areas. Use large crayfish for bigger Drum.

Largemouth Bass - Good: Bass are being taken off lily pad areas on spinner baits or frog imitation lures.

Northern Pike - Good: Use flashy spinners along backwater shorelines or in the tailwaters for this aggressive fish.

Smallmouth Bass - Good: Fish spinners or crank baits along rip rap areas for best results.

The water level at the Fulton Lock and Dam is at 7.2 feet, Camanche is at 11.2 feet and LeClaire is at 5.9 feet. Water temperature has risen back up to 74 degrees and water clarity is fair. The Wapsi River is running turbid.

Walleye - Fair: Some fish are being taken on wingdams with stronger current. Some are being taken on sand flats by anglers using crankbaits.

White Bass - Fair: Fish tailwater areas with white jigs.

Source: Iowa DNR

9/10/20 @ 8:34 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE
Last Quarter
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water level and water temperatures are expected to hold somewhat steady this week. If you have angling questions please call the Bellevue Fisheries Station at 563-880-8781.

The water level at the Fulton Lock and Dam is at 7.2 feet, Camanche is at 10.7 feet and LeClaire is at 5.7 feet. Water temperature is at 77 degrees and water clarity is good.

Bluegill - Fair: Bluegills can be found near the mouths of large backwater areas usually around brush piles. As water levels get low, look for bluegills along the channel edges.

Channel Catfish - Excellent: Anglers are using prepared stink baits, also some are being caught along rock lines.

Flathead Catfish - Excellent: Flathead catfish are being caught using live fish for bait. Lots of trot lines are being set and make sure you follow trot lines rules especially with having your name and address on the lines.

Freshwater Drum - Excellent: Freshwater drum are easy to catch on a worm sinker and worm rig. Fish in moderate current areas. Use large crayfish for bigger Drum.

Largemouth Bass - Good: Bass are being taken off lily pad areas on spinner baits or frog imitation lures.

Northern Pike - Good: Use flashy spinners along backwater shorelines or in the tailwaters for this aggressive fish.

Smallmouth Bass - Good: Fish spinners or crank baits along rip rap areas for best results.

Walleye - Fair: Some fish are being taken on wingdams with stronger current. Some are being taken on sand flats by anglers using crankbaits.

White Bass - Fair: White bass are showing up in the tailwaters with anglers using white jigs in higher current areas.

Source: Iowa DNR

9/3/20 @ 8:31 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (98%)
Waning Gibbous
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water level is expected to hold steady and water temperature is back up t o 82 degrees. If you have angling questions please call the Bellevue Fisheries Station at 563-880-8781.

The water level at the Fulton Lock and Dam is at 6.6 feet, Camanche is at 10.5 feet and LeClaire is at 5.5 feet. Water temperature is at 82 degrees and water clarity is good.

Bluegill - Fair: Bluegills can be found near the mouths of large backwater areas usually around brush piles. As water levels get low, look for bluegills along the channel edges.

Channel Catfish - Excellent: Anglers are using prepared stink baits, also some are being caught along rock lines.

Flathead Catfish - Excellent: Flathead catfish are being caught using live fish for bait. Lots of trot lines are being set and make sure you follow trot lines rules especially with having your name and address on the lines.

Freshwater Drum - Excellent: Freshwater drum are easy to catch on a worm sinker and worm rig. Fish in moderate current areas. Use large crayfish for bigger Drum.

Largemouth Bass - Good: Bass are being taken off lily pad areas on spinner baits or frog imitation lures. Some being taken off of exposed rock piles now as well.

Northern Pike - Good: Use flashy spinners along backwater shorelines or in the tailwaters for this aggressive fish.

Smallmouth Bass - Good: Fish spinners or crank baits along rip rap areas for best results.

Walleye - Fair: Some fish are being taken on wingdams with stronger current. Some are being taken on sand flats by anglers using crankbaits.

Source: Iowa DNR

8/27/20 @ 8:22 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (71%)
Waxing Gibbous
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water level is expected to hold somewhat steady and water temperature is near 79 degrees just like last week. If you have angling questions please call the Bellevue Fisheries Station at 563-880-8781.

Bluegill - Fair: Bluegills can be found near the mouths of large backwater areas usually around brush piles. As water levels get low, look for bluegills along the channel edges.

Channel Catfish - Excellent: Anglers are using prepared stink baits, also some are being caught along rock lines.

Flathead Catfish - Excellent: Flathead catfish are being caught using live fish for bait. Lots of trot lines are being set and make sure you follow trot lines rules especially with having your name and address on the lines.

Freshwater Drum - Excellent: Freshwater drum are easy to catch on a worm sinker and worm rig. Fish in moderate current areas.

Largemouth Bass - Good: Bass are being taken off lily pad areas on spinner baits or frog imitation lures. Some being taken off of exposed rock piles now as well.

Northern Pike - Good: Use flashy spinners along backwater shorelines or in the tailwaters for this aggressive fish.

Smallmouth Bass - Good: Fish spinners or crank baits along rip rap areas for best results.

The water level at the Fulton Lock and Dam is at 6.7 feet, Camanche is at 10.5 feet and LeClaire is at 5.5 feet. Water temperature is at 79 degrees and water clarity is good.

Walleye - Slow: Floating grass has at times hampered walleye fishing but wingdam fishing could be good in the next few weeks if the water remains low.

White Bass - No Report: Expect white bass to be hitting in the tailwaters and elsewhere. Look for feeding schools of fish and use flashy small spinners.

Source: Iowa DNR

8/20/20 @ 8:16 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (4%)
Waxing Crescent
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water level is expected to hold somewhat steady and water temperature is near 79 degrees. If you have angling questions please call the Bellevue Fisheries Station at 563-880-8781.

The water level at the Fulton Lock and Dam has dropped to 6.2 feet, Camanche is near 10.1 feet and LeClaire is at 5.2 feet. Water temperature is at 79 degrees and water clarity is fair.

Bluegill - Fair: Bluegills can be found near the mouths of large backwater areas usually around brush piles. As water levels get low, look for bluegills along the channel edges.

Channel Catfish - Excellent: Anglers are using prepared stink baits, also some are being caught along rock lines.

Flathead Catfish - Excellent: Flathead catfish are being caught using live fish for bait. Lots of trot lines are being set and make sure you follow trot lines rules especially with having your name and address on the lines.

Freshwater Drum - Excellent: Freshwater drum are easy to catch on a worm sinker and worm rig. Fish in moderate current areas.

Largemouth Bass - Good: Bass are being taken off lily pad areas on spinner baits or frog imitation lures. Some being taken off of exposed rock piles now as well.

Northern Pike - Good: Use flashy spinners along backwater shorelines or in the tailwaters for this aggressive fish.

Smallmouth Bass - Good: Fish spinners or crank baits along rip rap areas for best results.

White Bass - No Report: Expect white bass to be hitting in the tailwaters and elsewhere. Look for feeding schools of fish and use flashy small spinners.

Walleye - Fair: Floating grass is hampering walleye fishing but wingdam fishing could be good in the next few weeks if the water remains low.

Source: Iowa DNR

8/13/20 @ 7:52 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (31%)
Waning Crescent
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water level is expected to slowly recede. Water temperature is near 77 degrees. If you have angling questions please call the Bellevue Fisheries Station at 563-880-8781.

Channel Catfish - Excellent: Anglers are using prepared stink baits, also some are being caught along rock lines.

The water level at the Fulton Lock and Dam is at 9.5 feet, Camanche is near 12.4 feet and LeClaire is at 7.0 feet. Water temperature is at 77 degrees and water clarity is fair.

Bluegill - Fair: Bluegills can be found near the mouths of large backwater areas usually around brush piles.

Flathead Catfish - Excellent: Flathead catfish are being caught using live fish for bait. Lots of trot lines are being set and make sure you follow trot lines rules especially with having your name and address on the lines.

Freshwater Drum - Excellent: Freshwater drum are easy to catch on a worm sinker and worm rig. Fish in moderate current areas.

Largemouth Bass - Good: Lots of bass are being taken off lily pad areas on spinner baits or frog imitation lures. Some being taken off of exposed rock piles now as well.

Northern Pike - Good: Use flashy spinners along backwater shorelines or in the tailwaters for this aggressive fish.

Smallmouth Bass - Good: Fish spinners or crank baits along rip rap areas for best results.

White Bass - No Report: Expect white bass to be hitting in the tailwaters and elsewhere. Look for feeding schools of fish and use flashy small spinners.

Source: Iowa DNR

7/30/20 @ 7:43 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (83%)
Waxing Gibbous
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water level is expected to slowly recede later all week. Water temperature is near 80 degrees. If you have angling questions please call the Bellevue Fisheries Station at 563-880-8781.

Channel Catfish - Excellent: Anglers are using prepared stink baits, also some are being caught along rock lines.

Freshwater Drum - Excellent: Freshwater drum are easy to catch on a worm sinker and worm rig. Fish in moderate current areas.

The water level at the Fulton Lock and Dam is 8.9 feet, Camanche is at 12.0 feet and LeClaire is at 6.4 feet. Water temperature is at 80 degrees and water clarity is fair.

Bluegill - Fair: Bluegills can be found near the mouths of large backwater areas usually around brush piles.

Flathead Catfish - Excellent: Flathead catfish are being caught using live fish for bait. Lots of trot lines are being set and make sure you follow trot lines rules especially with having your name and address on the lines.

Largemouth Bass - Good: Lots of bass are being taken off lily pad areas on spinner baits or frog imitation lures.

Northern Pike - Good: Use flashy spinners along backwater shorelines or in the tailwaters for this aggressive fish.

Smallmouth Bass - Good: Fish spinners or crank baits along rip rap areas for best results.

Water level is expected to slowly recede. Water temperature is near 80 degrees. If you have angling questions please call the Bellevue Fisheries Station at 563-880-8781.

The water level at the Fulton Lock and Dam is near 7.5 feet, Camanche is near 11.0 feet and LeClaire is at 6.0 feet. Water temperature is at 80 degrees and water clarity is good.

Channel Catfish - Excellent: Anglers are using prepared stink baits, also some are being caught along rock lines.

Freshwater Drum - Excellent: Freshwater drum are easy to catch on a worm sinker and worm rig. Fish in moderate current areas.

Largemouth Bass - Good: Lots of bass are being taken off lily pad areas on spinner baits or frog imitation lures. Some being taken off of exposed rock piles now as well.

Northern Pike - Good: Use flashy spinners along backwater shorelines or in the tailwaters for this aggressive fish.

Bluegill - Fair: Bluegills can be found near the mouths of large backwater areas usually around brush piles.

Flathead Catfish - Excellent: Flathead catfish are being caught using live fish for bait. Lots of trot lines are being set and make sure you follow trot lines rules especially with having your name and address on the lines.

Smallmouth Bass - Good: Fish spinners or crank baits along rip rap areas for best results.

Source: Iowa DNR

7/16/20 @ 6:34 AM
FISHING REPORT
MOON PHASE (17%)
Waning Crescent
LL Reporter
User since 2/7/20
Water level is expected to slowly recede later this week. Water temperature has warmed into the upper 80's throughout the district. If you have angling questions please call the Bellevue Fisheries Station at 563-880-8781.

The water level at the Fulton Lock and Dam is 9.7 feet, Camanche is at 12.5 feet and LeClaire is at 7.2 feet. Water temperature is at 87 degrees and water clarity is fair.

Channel Catfish - Excellent: Anglers are switching over to prepared stink baits. Look for channel cats to move along the rock lines.

Freshwater Drum - Excellent: Freshwater drum are easy to catch on a worm sinker and worm rig. Fish in moderate current areas.

Largemouth Bass - Good: Lots of bass are being taken off lily pad areas on spinner baits or frog imitation lures.

Northern Pike - Good: Use flashy spinners along backwater shorelines or in the tailwaters for this aggressive fish.

Flathead Catfish - Good: Use large live bait for the best results on catching big flathead catfish.

Bluegill - Good: Bluegills can be found near the mouths of large backwater areas usually around brush piles.

Water level is expected to slowly recede later this week. Water temperature has warmed into the upper 80's throughout the district. If you have angling questions please call the Bellevue Fisheries Station at 563-880-8781.

Channel Catfish - Excellent: Anglers are switching over to prepared stink baits. Look for channel cats to move along the rock lines.

Freshwater Drum - Excellent: Freshwater drum are easy to catch on a worm sinker and worm rig. Fish in moderate current areas.

Largemouth Bass - Good: Lots of bass are being taken off lily pad areas on spinner baits or frog imitation lures.

The water level at the Fulton Lock and Dam is 10.1 feet, Camanche is at 12.6 feet and LeClaire is at 7.5 feet. Water temperature is at 83 degrees and water clarity is fair. The Wapsi River is running very turbid so may want to stay away from places such as Steamboat Slough.

Bluegill - Good: Bluegills can be found near the mouths of large backwater areas usually around brush piles.

Flathead Catfish - Excellent: Use large live bait for the best results on catching big flathead catfish. Large bullheads are the preferred bait.

Northern Pike - Good: Use flashy spinners along backwater shorelines or in the tailwaters for this aggressive fish.

Source: Iowa DNR

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