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Pool 19, Mississippi River, Lee County

Pool 19, Mississippi River, Lee County
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9/8/21 @ 2:16 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Mississippi River Pools 16-19: Tailwater stages have risen 3-4 feet with recent rains. Main channel water temperature is around 79 degrees and water clarity is poor. If you have questions on fishing Pools 16-19 contact the Fairport Fish Hatchery at 563-263-5062.

Tailwater stage at Lock and Dam 18 above Burlington is 5.25 feet and rising. Tailwater stage is forecasted to reach 7.1 feet over the weekend. Floodstage is 10 feet.

Channel Catfish - No Report: Look for channel catfish around brush piles and snags along the main channel and side channels. Try fishing upstream of the snag with stinkbait or crawlers.

White Bass - No Report: Look for white bass around current seams chasing minnows. Try casting jigs and twister tails or inline spinners. Try fishing wingdams or rocky points.

White Crappie - No Report: Look for crappies around brush piles in the backwaters and side channels. Try fishing with jigs and minnows or jigs and plastics.

Walleye - No Report: Walleyes can be found on the wingdams. Try casting or trolling crankbaits. Walleyes can also be caught on three-way rigs with crawlers.

Source: Iowa DNR

9/1/21 @ 2:13 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Mississippi River Pools 16-19: Tailwater stages have risen slightly with the recent rains. Main channel water temperature is around 82 degrees and water clarity is fair. Boaters should use caution with the low water conditions. If you have questions on fishing Pools 16-19 contact the Fairport Fish Hatchery at 563-263-5062.

Channel Catfish - No Report: Look for channel catfish around brush piles and snags along the main channel and side channels. Try fishing upstream of the snag with stinkbait or crawlers.

Tailwater stage at Lock and Dam 18 above Burlington is 1.71 feet and forecasted to stay fairly steady the next few days. River stage at Burlington is 8.05 feet and forecasted to reach 8.6 feet by next week. River stage at Ft. Madison is 525.53 feet.

Walleye - No Report: Walleyes can be found on the wingdams. Try casting or trolling crankbaits. Walleyes can also be caught on three-way rigs with crawlers.

White Bass - No Report: Look for white bass around current seams chasing minnows. Try casting jigs and twister tails or inline spinners. Try fishing wingdams or rocky points.

White Crappie - No Report: Look for crappies around brush piles in the backwaters and side channels. Try fishing with jigs and minnows or jigs and plastics.

Source: Iowa DNR

8/3/21 @ 3:19 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Mississippi River Pools 16-19. River levels have been on the fall the past few days. Main channel water temperature is 85 degrees. Water clarity has been fair. Boaters should use caution on the river with the low water conditions. Fishing is being reported as slow. If you have questions on fishing Pools 16-19 contact the Fairport Fish Hatchery at 563-263-5062.

Tailwater stage at Lock and Dam 18 above Burlington is 1.29 feet and forecasted to reach 2.3 feet by the middle of next week. River stage at Burlington is 7.68 feet. River stage at Fort Madison is 525.30 feet. We have not received any fishing report information for this pool this week. Boaters should use caution on the river with the low water conditions.

Bluegill - No Report: Look for bluegill in the backwaters around brush piles. Try fishing with pieces of worm under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - No Report: Look for channel catfish along rip rap shoreline. Try floating bobbers with nightcrawlers or leeches. Also look for channel catfish around brush piles and snags along the main channel.

Walleye - No Report: Look for walleyes on the wingdams. Try trolling three-way rigs with crawlers or trolling crankbaits.

White Crappie - No Report: Look for crappies around brush piles in the side channels. Try fishing with jigs and plastics or minnows under a bobber.

Source: Iowa DNR

7/27/21 @ 3:16 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Mississippi River Pools 16-19. River levels have been on the fall the past few days. Main channel water temperature is 82 degrees. Water clarity has been fair. Boaters should use caution on the river with the low water conditions. Fishing is being reported as slow. If you have questions on fishing Pools 16-19 contact the Fairport Fish Hatchery at 563-263-5062.

Bluegill - No Report: Look for bluegill in the backwaters around brush piles. Try fishing with pieces of worm under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - No Report: Look for channel catfish along rip rap shoreline. Try floating bobbers with nightcrawlers or leeches. Also look for channel catfish around brush piles and snags along the main channel.

Tailwater stage at Lock and Dam 18 above Burlington is 1.96 feet. River stage at Burlington is 8.21 feet. River stage at Fort Madison is 525.45 feet. We have not received any fishing report information for this pool this week.

Walleye - No Report: Look for walleyes on the wingdams. Try trolling three-way rigs with crawlers or trolling crankbaits.

White Crappie - No Report: Look for crappies around brush piles in the side channels. Try fishing with jigs and plastics or minnows under a bobber.

Source: Iowa DNR

7/20/21 @ 3:07 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Mississippi River Pools 16-19. River levels are forecasted to rise with recent heavy rains. Main channel water temperature is 77 degrees. Water clarity has been fair but will most likely muddy up some with the recent rains. Boaters should use caution on the river with the low water conditions. If you have questions on fishing Pools 16-19 contact the Fairport Fish Hatchery at 563-263-5062.

Bluegill - No Report: Look for bluegill in the backwaters around brush piles. Try fishing with pieces of worm under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - No Report: Look for channel catfish along rip rap shoreline. Try floating bobbers with nightcrawlers or leeches. Also look for channel catfish around brush piles and snags along the main channel.

Tailwater stage at Lock and Dam 18 above Burlington is 2.31 feet and forecasted to reach 3.5 feet by the weekend. River stage at Burlington is 8.51 feet and forecasted to reach 9.6 feet over the weekend. River stage at Fort Madison is 525.62 feet. We have not received any fishing report information for this pool this week.

Walleye - No Report: Look for walleyes on the wingdams. Try trolling three-way rigs with crawlers or trolling crankbaits.

White Crappie - No Report: Look for crappies around brush piles in the side channels. Try fishing with jigs and plastics or minnows under a bobber.

Source: Iowa DNR

7/13/21 @ 3:04 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Mississippi River Pools 16-19. River stages have been falling the past few days. Main channel water temperature is 83 degrees and water clarity has been good. Boaters should use caution on the river with the low water conditions. If you have questions on fishing Pools 16-19 contact the Fairport Fish Hatchery at 563-263-5062.

Tailwater stage at Lock and Dam 18 above Burlington is 2.74 feet and falling. River stage at Burlington is 8.87 feet. River stage at Fort Madison is 525.68 feet. We have not received any fishing report information for this pool this week.

Walleye - No Report: Look for walleyes on the wingdams. Try trolling three-way rigs with crawlers or trolling crankbaits.

White Crappie - No Report: Look for crappies around brush piles in the side channels. Try fishing with jigs and plastics or minnows under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - No Report: Look for channel catfish along rip rap shoreline. Try floating bobbers with nightcrawlers or leeches. Also look for channel catfish around brush piles and snags along the main channel.

Bluegill - No Report: Look for bluegill in the backwaters around brush piles. Try fishing with pieces of worm under a bobber.

Source: Iowa DNR

6/29/21 @ 2:58 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Mississippi River Pools 16-19. River stages continue to fall. Main channel water clarity is fair. Main channel water temperature is around 77 degrees. Boaters should use caution when out on the river due to low water levels. If you have questions on fishing Pools 16-19 contact the Fairport Fish Hatchery at 563-263-5062.

Tailwater stage at Lock and Dam 18 above Burlington is 2.65 feet and has been rising slightly. River stage at Burlington is 8.71 feet and rising slightly. River stage at Fort Madison is 525.80 feet. We have not received any fishing report information for this pool this week. Boaters should use caution on the river due to low river levels.

Walleye - No Report: Look for walleyes on the wingdams. Try trolling three-way rigs with crawlers or trolling crankbaits.

Bluegill - No Report: Look for bluegill in the backwaters around brush piles. Try fishing with pieces of worm under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - No Report: Look for channel catfish along rip rap shoreline. Try floating bobbers with nightcrawlers or leeches. Also look for channel catfish around brush piles and snags along the main channel.

White Crappie - No Report: Look for crappies around brush piles in the side channels. Try fishing with jigs and plastics or minnows under a bobber.

Source: Iowa DNR

6/22/21 @ 2:55 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Mississippi River Pools 16-19. River stages continue to fall. Main channel water clarity is fair. Main channel water temperature is around 83 degrees. Boaters should use caution when out on the river due to low water levels. If you have questions on fishing Pools 16-19 contact the Fairport Fish Hatchery at 563-263-5062.

Bluegill - No Report: Look for bluegill in the backwaters around brush piles. Try fishing with pieces of worm under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - No Report: Look for channel catfish along rip rap shoreline. Try floating bobbers with nightcrawlers or leeches. Also look for channel catfish around brush piles and snags along the main channel.

Tailwater stage at Lock and Dam 18 above Burlington is 2.04 feet and falling. River stage at Burlington is 8.2 feet and falling. River stage at Fort Madison is 525.56 feet. We have not received any fishing report information for this pool this week. Boaters should use caution on the river due to low river levels.

Walleye - No Report: Look for walleyes on the wingdams. Try trolling three-way rigs with crawlers or trolling crankbaits.

White Crappie - No Report: Look for crappies around brush piles in the side channels. Try fishing with jigs and plastics or minnows under a bobber.

Source: Iowa DNR

6/8/21 @ 2:46 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Mississippi River Pools 16-19. Tailwater stages have risen some the past few days. Main channel water clarity is fair. Main channel water temperature is around 68 degrees. If you have questions on fishing Pools 16-19 contact the Fairport Fish Hatchery at 563-263-5062.

Tailwater stage at Lock and Dam 18 above Burlington is 5.18 and forecasted to reach 5.4 feet over the weekend. We have not received any fishing report information for this pool this week.

Bluegill - No Report: Look for bluegill in the backwaters around brush piles. Try fishing with pieces of worm under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - No Report: Look for channel catfish along rip rap shoreline. Try floating bobbers with nightcrawlers or leeches. Also look for channel catfish around brush piles and snags along the main channel.

Walleye - No Report: Look for walleyes on the wingdams. Try trolling three-way rigs with crawlers or trolling crankbaits.

White Crappie - No Report: Look for crappies in the backwaters. Try fishing with jigs and plastics or minnows under a bobber.

Source: Iowa DNR

6/1/21 @ 2:34 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Mississippi River Pools 16-19. Tailwater stages have been rising the past few days. Main channel has muddied up some with recent rains. Main channel water temperature is around 73 degrees. There is some heavy rain in the forecast so river conditions may change. If you have questions on fishing Pools 16-19 contact the Fairport Fish Hatchery at 563-263-5062.

Tailwater stage at Lock and Dam 18 above Burlington is 4.4 feet and rising. Tailwater stage is forecasted to reach 5.5 feet by June 1st. We have not received any fishing report information for this pool this week.

Walleye - No Report: Look for walleyes on the wingdams. Try trolling three-way rigs with crawlers or trolling crankbaits.

White Crappie - No Report: Look for crappies in the backwaters. Try fishing with jigs and plastics or minnows under a bobber.

Channel Catfish - No Report: Look for channel catfish along rip rap shoreline. Try floating bobbers with nightcrawlers or leeches. Also look for channel catfish around brush piles and snags along the main channel.

Bluegill - No Report: Look for bluegill in the backwaters around brush piles. Try fishing with pieces of worm under a bobber.

Source: Iowa DNR

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