East & West Okoboji Lakes

Dickinson - Iowa


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  • 177 spots

Smallmouth, largemouth, Walleye and pike all available! Known for trophies, including state records. A section of the West Okoboji Lake in Dickinson County, Iowa.

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East & West Okoboji Lakes Fishing Reports

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  1. 11 in. Black Crappie with a Bagley Balsa Minnows

    1. George Horvath 0
      Nice 👍
  2. 130 in. Black Crappie with a tube jig

  3. Details: 10 in. Bluegill with a gulp ice waxies

    Slow bite, saw muskies and catch a nice bluegill

  4. Worm and a Spinner Rig, 10:30 A.M., Windy...

    14 in. Walleye with a Bay Rat Lures Fat Rat Shallow Divers

  5. Crappies and bluegills below some of the docks yesterday afternoon. Just N of Miller’s Bay along steep bank houses. Saw 3 other boats working the docks. Saw one ...more decent bass alone under one dock. Should be about spawning time - 65 or so degree water

    1 lb. 4 oz. 11 in. Black Crappie with a perch colored paddle tail on small jig

  6. 3-6-2020
    E Okoboji off Hattie ramp.
    8-12 fow. A few yellow bass - a couple bluegills - perch / couple hours leading up to sunset. This crappie showed up 8 feet ...more off the bottom in around 12 fow - 45 minutes or so after sunset

    1 lb. 5 oz. 13 in. Black Crappie with a tungsten and wax worm

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