Mississippi River Pool 14

Scott - Iowa

  • 44 catches


  • 13 spots

Pool 14 extends 29.2 miles from Lock and Dam 14 in Le Claire to Lock and Dam 13 near Clinton. Industrial and urban development dominates the upper third of the pool. The middle portion of the pool contains many islands, side channels, and backwaters. The ...

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Mississippi River Pool 14 Fishing Reports

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  1. Details: Albany Ramp

    Public Ramp - no fee

  2. Trolling

    18.0 in. Walleye with a Berkley Flicker Shad Crankbait

    1. Kyle Mollet 0
      after looking at them closer, I see that some are Walleye, some Saugeye, and also Sauger. Either way they're delicious 😋
    2. Kyle Mollet 0
      Those are Sauger not Walleye, but great haul bud.
    3. Rick Carey 0
      flicker shad baits are good can't beat them for the $ bud..
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  3. Details: 2 lb. 18.0 in. Channel Catfish with a blood dip bait

  4. pulling crankbaits

    27.0 in. Walleye

    1. Paul McCoy 0
      Nice job!
  5. Walleye with a flicker shads

    1. Robert Myers 0
      Pulling cranks?
  6. Details: 9 lb. 3 oz. 25 in. Largemouth Bass with a Berkley Flicker Shad Pro Series Crankbait

  7. Trolling

    Northren Pike with a crankbaits

    1. Bob Larson 0
      Y. Y yxqn nnnn. Y. Y.
  8. Trolling crankbaits

    Walleye with a crankbaits

  9. Took us all day to get our limit, but we did it. They weren't stacked up like last weekend, so we had to wait them out and check numerous places. Crappies were ...more still lingering in the area, so that was a bonus!

    Sauger/Walleye/Crappie with a minnow

    1. Jacob Stout 0
    2. Jimbo Harwood 0
      lmao. I already said something.. lol
    3. Jimbo Harwood 0
      Nice.. what a catch.. looks like a fish fry. lol
    4. Robert Coleman 0
      I'm not too worried Ryan. We don't eat them all at once. A lot of people around me say they would never eat fish out of the Iowa River or the Mississippi..... ...more Perfect! More fish for me to catch and eat! :)
    5. Ryan Bloomberg 0
      Do you plan to eat them in small quantities since it's from the Mississippi? I don't usually fish it or eat much from it, but I may start. I use a kayak ...more only.
    6. Brian Quisenberry 0
      Some good dinners on that fish cleaning board!!!
    7. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      You are thinning the herd Robert!!! LOL, looks great and tasty.
    8. Jimbo Harwood 0
      right.. lol. great catch
    9. Robert Coleman 0
      Just one nice 19+inch eye, and rest saugers. Crappies were a nice bonus!
    10. Jimbo Harwood 0
      Nice mess of fish Robert. are those crappie, saugers, and eyes?
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