Iowa River Fishing Report - June 2024

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Iowa River Fishing Report - June 2024 was created by FishingMOZ Reports
Current fishing report for the Iowa River in Iowa:
  • Cedar River (above Nashua) (Northeast Area):
    • Smallmouth Bass: Slow. You can find bass in slack water areas. Try using a spinner or crankbait for luck.
    • Walleye: Slow. Anglers are finding walleye on current breaks and eddies. Jigs tipped with plastic tails work well.
    • Channel Catfish: Good. Catfish are taking worms or chubs fished on the bottom in calm water or at the edge of the current.
    • Water levels are stabilizing but remain slightly elevated with improved clarity. For more information, visit NOAA’s water data.
    • Contact the Chuck Gipp Decorah Fish Hatchery at 563-382-8324 for additional details.
  • Decorah District Streams (Northeast):
    • Brook Trout: Fair. Water clarity is improving. Sneak up on brook trout for a better chance at catching one of these beauties. There are good hatches of gnats, mayflies, caddis flies, and midges.
Remember to check the activity of your favorite lake or stretch of river within each region. The fishing report provides information on species caught, bite ratings (slow, fair, good, or excellent), and hot bait or lure patterns Tight lines!
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