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4 miles north of Iowa City
Hybrid Striped Bass
NOTE: This list may not be all inclusive of all speices present in Coralville Reservoir.
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Channel Catfish - Fair: Drift/troll cutbait in the channel. The upper half of the lake is best.
Largemouth Bass - Fair: Fish crankbaits on tapering rock banks. The lower half of the lake is best.
Source: Iowa DNR
Bluegill numbers are fair; most fish are 4- to 7-inches. Larger crappies have not been seen since spring. Most fish this fall were 7- to 9-inches. If the bigger ones are still out there, they will be 11- to 13-inches. Largemouth bass numbers are on the rise and most fish are 10- to 17-inches. White bass numbers are moderate with most 10- to 14-inches. Walleyes and saugeyes are difficult to sample here, but there should be many smaller fish, with walleyes up to 28-inches available. Channel catfish and flathead catfish numbers are down from last winter's winter kill, but numbers are still good and most channels are 1-8 pounds and flatheads up to 40-50 pounds.(2015)
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