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Date 30-Jun-16
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Conditions : Iowa River: (Columbus Junction to Mississippi River) The river level is forecasted by the NWS to drop nearly four feet over the next 7 days; set your bank poles accordingly. Channel Catfish - Good: Work off the sandbars at night and the brush piles in the daylight hours. This is primetime for using leopard (grass) frogs as bait.

(above Decorah) Water levels are stabilizing and clarity is improving. Water temperatures are in the low 70's. Try fishing the deeper holes and around current breaks. The key is to get to the bottom. A variety of sucker species are showing up in the creel this week. Worms are the bait of choice this week. White Sucker – Fair.

(below Decorah) Clarity is improving and water levels have stabilized. Paddlers are having the best luck finding fish this week in the turbid water. Anglers using worms are doing best. Smallmouth Bass - Excellent: Spinnerbaits are turning smallie heads. Walleye – Slow.

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