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West Okoboji, Dickinson County

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6/27/22 @ 12:28 PM
FISHING REPORT
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USER SINCE 2/7/20
Most area lake temps have warmed up significantly over the last week due to warm weather and are in the 70s-80s. This weeks forecast calls for temperatures in the 80s which should continue to raise lake temperatures quickly. Water clarity has been fairly good on most area lakes. Bass and panfishing has been great on most lakes closer to shore and along weed lines. Many fish species will begin to start to move out to deeper water as their spawning season comes to a close.

Bluegill - Fair:

Water temperatures are in the mid 70s. The water level is 3 in over crest. The panfish bite has been very good lately around docks and hoists but many species are starting to move deeper as they finish spawning. The walleye season is currently open.

Black Crappie - Fair:

Smallmouth Bass - Fair: Try fishing off points using surface baits or jerk baits.

Largemouth Bass - Fair:

Walleye - Fair: Try fishing off points by trolling crank baits or with lindy rigs. An hour before and after sunset have been the best times to see success.

Source: Iowa DNR

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6/13/22 @ 12:22 PM
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LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Fair:

Largemouth Bass - Fair:

Smallmouth Bass - Fair:

This weeks forecast calls for temperatures in the 70s and 80s which should start to raise water temperatures quicker. Most area lake temps are in the upper 60s to 70s. Water clarity has been fairly good on most area lakes. Bass and panfish are now moving to shallower water from the basins making shore and dock fishing easier.

Water temperatures are in the upper 60s. The water level is 6 in over crest. The panfish bite has been very good lately around docks and hoists as many species of fish start to move in shallower. The walleye season is currently open.

This weeks forecast calls for temperatures in the 70s and 80s which should start to raise water temperatures quicker. Most area lake temps are in the upper 60s to 70s. Water clarity has been fairly good on most area lakes. Bass and panfish are now moving to shallower water from the basins making shore and dock fishing easier.

Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Fair:

Largemouth Bass - Fair:

Smallmouth Bass - Fair:

Water temperatures are in the upper 60s. The water level is 6 in over crest. The panfish bite has been very good lately around docks and hoists as many species of fish start to move in shallower. The walleye season is currently open.

Walleye - Fair: Try fishing off points by trolling crank baits or with lindy rigs.

Source: Iowa DNR

6/6/22 @ 12:19 PM
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USER SINCE 2/7/20
Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Fair:

Iowans can enjoy free fishing weekend starting Friday the 3rd till Sunday. Take a friend or family member out without the need of a license, although all other regulations must be followed. This weeks forecast calls for temperatures in the 70s. Courtesy docks are in place. Most area lake temps are in the 60s. Water clarity has been fairly good on most area lakes. Bass and panfish are now moving to shallower water from the basins making shore and dock fishing easier.

Smallmouth Bass - Fair:

Water temperatures are in the lower 60s. The water level is 5 in over crest. The panfish bite has been very good lately around docks and hoists as many species of fish start to move in shallower. The walleye season is currently open.

Largemouth Bass - Fair:

Source: Iowa DNR

5/30/22 @ 12:13 PM
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USER SINCE 2/7/20
Courtesy docks are in place. Water temperatures have cooled a bit due to the cool weather and rain recently. Most lakes are in the mid 50s - mid 60s.The forecast calls for very hot and windy temperatures which should bring water temps up quickly again. Area water levels are around crest. Water clarity has been fairly good on most area lakes. Bass and panfish are now moving to shallower water from the basins making shore and dock fishing easier.

Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Fair:

Largemouth Bass - Fair:

Smallmouth Bass - Fair:

Water temperatures are in the lower 60s. The water level is 3in over crest. The panfish bite has been very good lately around docks and hoists as many species of fish start to move in shallower. The walleye season is currently open.

Source: Iowa DNR

5/23/22 @ 12:10 PM
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USER SINCE 2/7/20
Courtesy docks are in place. Area water temperatures have been rising quickly due to very warm weather. Most lakes are now in the 60s and now at crest or higher levels. Water clarity has been fairly good on most area lakes. Bass and panfish are now moving to shallower water from the basins making shore and dock fishing easier.

Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Fair:

Water temperatures are in the lower 60s. The water level is 3in over crest. The walleye season is currently open.

Smallmouth Bass - Fair:

Largemouth Bass - Fair:

Source: Iowa DNR

5/16/22 @ 12:04 PM
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LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Courtesy docks are in place. Area water temperatures have been rising quickly due to very warm weather. Most lakes are now in the 60s and now at crest or higher levels. Water clarity has been fairly good on most area lakes.

Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Fair:

Water temperatures are in the upper 50s. The water level is 3in over crest. The walleye season is currently open.

Source: Iowa DNR

5/7/22 @ 8:01 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
Walleye weekend runs May 7-8 in the Iowa Great Lakes. The walleye season opens back up May 7th for Spirit Lake, East Okoboji and West Okoboji. Most courtesy docks are in place. Area water temperatures have been lower due to the recent cool weather. The Spirit Lake Fish Hatchery currently has walleye and muskellunge eggs in the facility.

Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Fair:

Water temperatures are in the mid 40s. The water level is 2in over crest. The walleye season opens back up May 7th

Source: Iowa DNR

4/30/22 @ 7:55 AM
FISHING REPORT
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USER SINCE 2/7/20
The walleye season for the Iowa Great Lake chain is currently closed. The season opens back up May 7th. Most courtesy docks are in place. Area water temperatures are lower due to the recent cold spell. The Spirit Lake Fish Hatchery currently has walleye and muskellunge eggs in the facility.

Black Crappie - Fair:

Bluegill - Fair:

Water temperatures are in the low 40s. The water level is 1 in over crest. The walleye season is currently closed.

Source: Iowa DNR

4/16/22 @ 7:46 AM
FISHING REPORT
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USER SINCE 2/7/20
The walleye season for the Iowa Great Lake chain is currently closed. The season opens back up May 7th. All area lakes are ice free and many of the courtesy ramps are now in place. Area water temperatures are lower due to the recent cold spell. The Spirit Lake Fish Hatchery currently has broodstock fish and eggs in the hatchery.

Water temperatures are in the low 40s. The water level is even with crest. The walleye season is currently close.

Bluegill - Fair:

Black Crappie - Fair:

Source: Iowa DNR

4/9/22 @ 7:43 AM
FISHING REPORT
LL Reporter
USER SINCE 2/7/20
The walleye season for the Iowa Great Lake chain is currently closed. The season opens back up May 7th. Most area lakes are ice free allowing for open water fishing although no courtesy docks are yet in place.

Black Crappie - Fair: Try jigging with tube jigs or a tungsten jig and live bait.

Bluegill - Fair: Many anglers have been successful off Triboji on the north end of the lake. Try jigging with tube jigs or a tungsten jig and live bait.

The lake is now ice free, the only courtesy dock in place is at Triboji ramp. The water temperature is in the mid 30s.

Source: Iowa DNR

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