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Illinois fishing report 4-1-10

April 01, 2010 at 07:29 AM

HOTSPOTS

Give us our choice of anywhere to fish in Illinois right now and we’d pick…

• Crappie fishing at Sangchris Lake, Rend Lake or Lake Shelbyville.
• Sauger fishing on Illinois or Kaskaskia rivers.
• Largemouth bass at the Emiquon Preserve or at Newton Lake.
• Hybrid striped bass at LaSalle Lake.
• White bass at Lake Springfield.

WALL HANGERS

• Robert McGuire caught an 11-pound, 12-ounce walleye below the spillwayat Lake Decatur using Charlie Brewer sliders and an angler caught a 9-pound, 2-ounce walleye in the spillway below Lake Shelbyville recently.
• An angler caught a 37-pound blue catfish at Lake Springfield last weekend.
• A young angler hauled in 3-pound, 5-ounce crappie over the weekend at Rend Lake.
• Josh Adkins (below) caught this 6.9-pound bass on March 30 while fishing at Governor Bond Lake in Greenville from shore with a 3/8-ounce spinnerbait.

Illinois hunting and fishing

NORTHERN ILLINOIS North of Interstate 80

Apple Canyon Lake
SOURCE: Tom Calam, Tom’s Bait & Tackle, Freeport (815-232-3337)
Anglers getting out but not getting anything too big. Bluegill and crappie are biting. Reminder: Crappie catch and release here until June 15.

Lake Carroll
SOURCE: Tom Calam, Tom’s Bait & Tackle, Freeport (815-232-3337).
Same report here as Apple Canyon, says Calam. Reminder: crappie catch and release here until May 15. Trout season begins April 3 at 6 a.m. Trout being place in the area at Four Lakes Forest Preserve near Winnebago, Coleta, Krape Park, Lena Lake and Apple River.

Forest Preserve Lakes
SOURCE: Lee’s Bait and Tackle of Elk Grove Village (847-593-6424); Henry’s (312-225-8538)

• In DuPage County

Click here for a Cook County Forest Preserves lake fishing forum.
• Here are links to information on various forest preserve lakes. Cook County, DeKalb County, DuPage County, Kane County, Kendall County, Lake County, McHenry County and Will County.

Fox Chain O’ Lakes
SOURCE: Greg Dickson, Triangle Sports & Marine,  Antioch (1-847-395-0813).
Triangle Sports reports anglers getting walleye deeper in Marie using large fathead minnows. Walleye should be moving in the channels in current areas under bridges soon if weather continues to warm. Crappie are up in the channels as are the bluegill. Muskie moving up shallow and getting ready to spawn. Bass biting on cutbaits, plastics and jigs.
Click here to check updates on no-wake status and water levels or call 847-587-8540 .

Lake Michigan
SOURCES: Henry’s (312-225-8538), Vet’s (773-734-6720) and Dale Bowman of the Chicago Sun-Times.
• On the Chicago lakefront, best locations for perch still 92nd, 95th and 100th Street bridges says Vet’s. Anglers using minnows for perch. Cohos are starting to pickup around Pastrick Marina and in the park.
SOURCE: The Salmon Stop (847-244-2525 or fishing hotline 847-244-9876)
• Near Waukegan, browns biting around the Waukegan South Rocks and Government Pier on frozen shad or live small golden roaches. Some cohos beginning to show up, with anglers using spoons and nightcrawlers.
SOURCE: Mik-Lurch (219-989-0575)
• Near Indiana, browns and cohos biting by Michigan City off the piers as well as in Burns Ditch and Gary Indiana Lighthouse. Anglers using body baits, spoons. Rattling baits working good with water clarity not the best.

Shabbona Lake
SOURCES: Guide Jay Angel (815-739-7030) and Denny Sands, Shabbona Lakeside Bait & Tackle, Shabbona (815-824-2581).
• Park hours November to January 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; February to March 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; April 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; May to October 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Click here for a Shabbona Lake fishing forum
Guide Jay Angel says lake still needs to warm up a little and should be good to go in a couple weeks. Muskie anglers are out looking for big muskie but no reports turned in says Sands.

Wolf Lake
SOURCE: Mik-Lurch (219-989-0575)
Crappie good on the Indiana side, Mazo Channel. Mini Mites with a live grub working.

NORTH-CENTRAL ILLINOIS South of Interstate 80 and North of Interstate 72/U.S. Route 36

Banner Marsh
SOURCE: Adam Jaegle, Presley’s Outdoors, Bartonville (309-697-1193); Merle Keefer, Pekin Bass & Bow (309-347-3334); Jason Grider, Riverside Bait, Pekin (309-347-3793)
Crappie best here and the occasional bass also being picked up. Crappie taking minnows and hitting in shallow if the water is stained but out deeper if water is clear. Some anglers using hustler jigs and minnows. Look around brush or stick ups. Bass taking 1/8 ounce bass jig heads, like Uncle Josh, moving slow.

Lake Bloomington
SOURCE: Larry Dozard
Crappie were still little SLOW and suspended in 12-15 feet water but should improve in couple weeks says Dozard, who fished the lake March 31. Water temps on March 31st were 48 - 49 and the lake was stained.

Braidwood Lake
SOURCE: Del Colvin, Bert’s Bait, Essex (815-365-2103); Jon Meder, Jon’s Bait & Tackle, South Wilmington (815-237-2822)
Small catfish biting on liver, shrimp or nightcrawlers says Meder. Some bluegills being picked up on waxworms and redworms but others say bluegill bite is a little tough right now.

Clinton Lake
In the spillway, hybrid striper biting on big lead heads, curly tails or rooster tails. On the lake, a few crappie and white bass biting around the bridges. The hot water arm opens Thursday.

Dawson Lake
SOURCE: Leon and Judy Gibson, Moraine View Concession (309-724-8295)
Crappie have been slow and saugeye are slow to fair on jigging minnows says Larry Dozard. Water temps are about 47 - 50.

Emiquon Preserve
SOURCE: Paul Dinkheller, Dink’s, Lewistown (309-547-1094); The Nature Conservancy (309-547-2730)
Bass biting like crazy here on just about anything you want to throw out says Dinkheller. A few anglers caught 100 bass in a day on recent trips. Anglers must obtain a free permit at Dickson Mounds Museum (open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) before fishing here.

Evergreen Lake
SOURCE: Brad Wood, operations supervisor, (309-726-2022) or Larry Dozard
Fishing off to a slow start here says Wood. Anglers are finding crappie deep, suspended in the 15-20 foot range, drifting minnows and jigs. But fishing is just fair. Saugeye hit and miss but anglers are trolling minnows around points off flat areas. Muskies still elusive. Bass fishing has started to pick up with a few being caught, but nothing real consistent. Water temps ranging from 43-47 degrees. High winds could be a factor and a rainy forecast may disrupt things this weekend. Water clarity is fair.
Click here for up-to-date lake reports.

Heidecke Lake
SOURCE: Don Stephens, Greybeards (815-941-1504); Guide Mike Lynch (708-655-7667); Guide Greg Heath (815-258-9136)
Lake opens today.

LaSalle Lake
SOURCE: Dale Bowman of the Chicago Sun-Times; Guide Mike Lynch (708-655-7667)
Largemouth bass spotty with best bites early and late. Hybrid striped bass fantastic, says, guide Jay Angel, in shallow flats in about 5-12 feet of water. Fish best on sunny days. hybrids biting best by trolling size 5 shad raps. Lake open Wednesday through Sunday during the month of March.
Click here for a LaSalle Lake fishing forum.

Mazonia Lakes
SOURCE: Del Colvin, Bert’s Bait, Essex (815-365-2103)
Ice-out tournament produced a pair of five-pound bass says Colvin. Bass biting on jig and pig of soft plastics dragging a lizard. Carolina rigs working on humps. Bluegill action tough.

Powerton Lake
SOURCE: Merle Keefer, Pekin Bass & Bow (309-347-3334); Jason Grider, Riverside Bait, Pekin (309-347-3793)
Big blue cats and flatheads biting here on cutbait says Grider.

Spring Lake
SOURCES: Troy Galvin, Galvin’s Spring Lake Market (309-267-6538) and Larry Karnes, Larry’s Restaurant and Family Bar, Manito (309-968-9500)
Bass biting here, between 4-6 pounders, on south end of the lake says Grider. Bass should pick up as warmer weather warms lake water. Good sized crappie biting on minnows and tube jigs says Karnes. Some muskies biting on big spinnerbaits or chub minnows.

Strip Mines
(Fulton, Knox, Peoria and Stark counties)

SOURCE: Presley’s Outdoors, Bartonville (309-697-1193); Dink’s, Lewistown (309-547-1094); and Larry Dozard; Jason Grider, Riverside Bait, Pekin (309-347-3793)
Bass bite has been good, with some in 6-7 pound range being caught in Fulton County. Most anglers jigging but some using No. 3 Mepps working slow. Pig and jig also working. Young angler caught a 12.8 pound pike out of a local strip pit recently. Crappie also being caught on minnows in 3-4 feet of water.

SOUTH-CENTRAL ILLINOIS South of Interstate 72/U.S. Route 36 and North of Interstate 70

Carlinville Lake
SOURCE: Gwen Gilmore, Gilmore Bait & Marine, Carlinville (217-854-8136)
Crappie bite good using minnows says Gilmore Bait & Marine. Crappie finding new beds since rip-rap replaced old ones.

Charleston Side Channel Lake
SOURCE: Rick Cuddy, Prairie Outfitters, Charleston (217-348-6770)
Crappie bite getting better every day says Cuddy. Anglers using artificial baits, like tube squirts. Grub bodies also working as are minnows and waxworms. Some small catfish biting on chicken livers or nightcrawlers. A little action on bass but that should pickup as water temps rise.

Lake Decatur
SOURCE: Joanne Lowe, Mike’s Tackle World, Decatur (217-423-0730)
Fishing so-so here says Lowe with crappie action hit and miss. Local angler Robert McGuire caught an 11-pound, 12-ounce walleye below the spillway using Charlie Brewer sliders.

Lake Hillsboro
SOURCE: Jack Rebman, Kink’s Corner, Hillsboro (217-532-5442)
Bass bite picking up here on spinnerbaits says Rebman. Crappie also getting better. Some anglers having luck with channel cats using cheesebaits.

Lake Jacksonville
SOURCE: Tom Holmes, Military Surplus Outlet, Jacksonville (217-243-6161) and Lake Jacksonville Campground (217-479-4646)
Crappie coming on strong and taking minnows. Some bass being picked up on lures. Crappie limit lowered from 25 to 15 this year.

Lake Mattoon
SOURCE: Rick Cuddy, Prairie Outfitters, Charleston (217-348-6770); Joel Pittman, Mattoon Parks Department (217-254-6680)
Starting to catch some bass biting here, but not many big ones yet. Spinnerbaits, crankbaits or plastics working.

Sangchris Lake
SOURCE: Jack Raymond, Peter’s Bait, Springfield (217-528-9500); Trevor Miller, Big Red’s Bait and Tackle, Springfield (217-820-9674)
Crappie bite still very good here on minnows on south end of the lake says Pete’s Bait.

Lake Sara
SOURCE: Tony Niebrugge, Anthony’s Acres Resort, (217-868-2950)
Crappie were biting good last week but has slowed down some this week. Niebrugge hopes for better this weekend. Crappie were biting in the main lake in 10 foot of water on jig and minnows. Bass still slow. Bluegill good last week on waxworms.

Lake Shelbyville
SOURCE: Guide Ken Wilson (217-774-5756 or 217-454-2672) at Lithia Springs Guide Service; Margie Oliver, Marv and Kathy’s Bait & Tackle, Sullivan (217-728-4044); Guide Steve Welch (217) 762-7257 or (217) 840-1221
Crappie biting good in deeper water says guide Ken Wilson. Crappie about 14-15 feet deep on main lake ledges. A few white bass being picked up but not hitting good yet. Sauger are biting below the spillway in daylight and at dark on jigs tipped with nightcrawlers. Chartreuse, blue colors working. Local angler caught a 9-pound, 2-ounce walleye in the spillway.
• For a daily report on Lake Shelbyville call (217-774-2020).

Lake Springfield
SOURCE: Jack Raymond, Peter’s Bait, Springfield (217-528-9500); Trevor Miller, Big Red’s Bait and Tackle, Springfield (217-820-9674) and Tater’s Bait, Springfield (217-528-2208)
White bass still going crazy here on crazy blades in the hot ditch areas and some being picked up on the south end of the lake on rooster tails says Pete’s Bait. Some crappie biting also on minnows. One angler caught a 37-pound blue catfish during catfishing tournament over the weekend.

Lake Taylorville
SOURCE: Lindsey’s Bait & Tackle, Taylorville (217-287-7550)
Crappie biting above the brush six feet deep says Lindsey’s. No reports yet on bass.

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS South of Interstate 70

Baldwin Lake
SOURCE: Site office (618-785-2555)
Plenty of bass being picked up here on plastics says Amanda at the site office. Catfish taking live bait, mostly nightcrawlers. Crappie fair on minnows.

Carlyle Lake
SOURCE: Buddy Langenhorst, Lavish’s Bait Shop , Carlyle (618-594-4413); Henkel’s (618-594-4818)
Crappie very good on minnows or tube jigs says Henkel’s. Bluegill, catfish and white bass all fair For gills, fish the bottom in coves and braches off the lake around boat dock areas. Cats taking nightcrawlers or cut bait. in the spillway, white bass very good on jigs and rooster tails. Catfish very good on shad gut, cut bait of nightcrawlers. Sauger very good on overcast days. Vertical jig off the bottom with curly tails tipped with crawler, leech or minnow.
• For the latest water level information call (618-594-4637).

Crab Orchard Lake
SOURCE: Ron Reed, Cooksey’s Bait, Marion (618-993-3366); Guide Matt Strobel (618-922-0354); Kyle Garner, Crappie Pro Shop, Carterville (618-985-8277)
Wind and rains last week slowing things down some, but anglers still picking up crappie, bluegill and catfish says Reed. Crappie taking minnows and cats biting on cutbait. Look around bridges for crappie with medium minnows or pink and chartreuse or blue and white tube jigs.

Lake of Egypt
SOURCE: Guide Matt Strobel (618-922-0354)
More crappie being picked up here around Elks Cove, the golf course and Market Street says Garner. Check around weed debs on points in 8-12 feet of water. Minnows and tube jigs working. Smoke colored or blue and white colored jigs working good.

Kinkaid Lake
SOURCE: Janet Graeff, Top of the Hill Bait Shop, Muphysboro (618-684-2923); Guide Al Nutty (618-694-4897)
Nutty reports crappie bite is good on minnows and jigs. Muskie pretty good, with some spinner bait action. Other muskies being caught with twitching minnows or glide baits. The main thing, says Nutty, is to get in front of an active fish and it will take just about any bait. Largemouth bass good on spinner baits around weeds and laydowns. A couple five-pounders caught. Twitch minows working. Catfish good on cut shad, large minnows or nightcrawlers back in creek areas on north end of the lake. Bluegill action fair on outside edges of weed beds with waxworms or pieces of night crawler. Anglers still looking for those allusive walleye.

Newton Lake
SOURCE: Ruth Rauch, Rauch’s Bait & Tackle, Newton (618-752-2151)
Fishing still very good here with anglers catching bass, catfish and white bass. Bass taking zoom worms or crankbaits. Catfish biting good on worms, large minnows or shrimp. Small spinners seem to work well with white bass. Crappie being caught off the banks using minnows.

Rend Lake
SOURCE: Jason Johns (618-927-3432); Bill Hudnall, Rend Lake Sporting Goods, Mount Vernon (618-242-2191); Todd Gessner (618-513-0520)
Crappie bite good here in 4-5 feet of water around brush using minnows or some on jigs says Hudnall. Crappie up to 12 inches being caught, though young angler hauled in 3-pound, 5-ounce crappie over the weekend. Chartreuse with red or green colors good. Check under bridges says Gessner. Bass fair to good on crankbaits and spinners on main lake and secondary points. Catfish bite is real good drifting cutbait or nightcrawlers. Tight-line, bank fishing also good with nightcrawlers working for bank fishermen.

RIVERS

Click here for water level information.

Des Plaines River
SOURCE: Andrew Ragas
Get out there if you can. The fishing remains steady, but Northern Pike highlight the activity from this past week. Fish are being caught all over the river from Lake County, through Cook, and down into Will County. Pike up to the mid-30 inch range are starting to come out and play and this signifies a post-spawn bite. Most are relating to shoreline cover such as fallen trees, stumps, entrances to creek mouths, and backwaters - ambushing baitfish. A lot of anglers whom we’ve spoken to and encountered are having a lot of success with live bait drifted beneath floats - creek chubs, and shiners. Some size of fish in the upper 20-inch range are being caught, but most on smaller side.

Meanwhile, for those throwing artificials, bigger fish are taking notice. Matt Coppolino was out for a wade over the weekend and managed to catch some nice fish in the mid 20-inch range, along with several misses, from deeper shoreline pools on jig and plastics, and the old reliable Rapala X-Rap. The highlight of his outing was when he sent me a message proclaiming, “One of the missed fish was a big Pike. I saw him hit my lure about 15 feet out from shore. I would estimate it to be at least 35” if not more. I kept casting looking for him to hit again but no luck. I will be getting back out at this spot again soon.” He then added, “And that pike was big. I saw him come up with his mouth open and when I felt him hit he shook his head and rolled at the surface. It was for sure the biggest pike I’ve seen out of the DPR.”

For all you artificial users, I would focus on throwing X-Raps or any similar jerkbaits, spinnerbaits of any color with double willow blades, and smaller bucktails.

Other than Pike, nothing much is happening in the Walleye and Sauger department from what we have all seen and experienced. Likewise, the Crappies remain a hit or a miss, and the Bass are few and far between. Same deal is happening on the creeks such as the Salt as the fish have yet to fully move into them. With warmer weather on the way and lasting through next week, things will be improving in a hurry.

At this writing, water temperatures are 47-degrees in the main channels, and 48-49 in the backwaters. By the weekend we should be in the low 50-degree range all over. In addition, water levels are optimal and near-perfect for wading. Flow is at 650/850 and gauge is registering at 3.6.
Click here for a Des Plaines River fishing forum.

DuPage River
SOURCE: Click here for a DuPage River fishing forum.

Illinois River
SOURCE: Jim Hardy of Big Jim’s Bait & Tackle in Ottawa (815-434-3921)
• Above the Starved Rock dam, Fishing great here for short walleye and sauger, from Marseilles to Starved Rock says Hardy. Anglers using three-way floaters tipped with minnows or vertical jigging with a lead head jig tipped with a minnow. Some smallmouth being caught. A 3-pound, 1-ounce smallmouth caught using a minnow Saturday at Ottawa. White bass biting here and there using beetle spins.
SOURCE: Carol Culjan at Cajun Sporting Goods in Utica (815-667-4222)
• Near Utica, lots of sauger being caught but not many keepers. The river is at normal pool and clean, with temperatures at 51 degrees Wednesday. White bass just starting. Cajun’s expects white bass to make a run in about a week. Sauger are in full spawn. According to guide Jay Angel, this is the best time of the year to target sauger. Fish biting from Plum Island to Peru Flats. The bigger ones can be found trolling shallow waters (10-12 feet) using three-way rigs with floating stick baits, rapala floaters. “I’ve never seen this many small sauger in the river,” says Angel. “In 2-3 years, we’re going to have fantastic sauger fishing.” White bass also beginning to turn on and will continue to improve as the water warms.
SOURCE: Time on the Water Marina, Spring Valley (815-663-1000)
• Near Spring Valley, sauger and walleye going pretty good up and down the river on large minnows and jigs says Time on the Water. Most fish, though, are small. White bass should begin hitting in the next few days.
SOURCE: Marge Hankins, Hankins Riverview, Henry (309-364-3617)
• Despite winds sauger are biting on minnows and some crankbaits says Hankins.

Kankakee River
SOURCE: Ed Mullady, Sportsman’s Letter (815-932-7285)
WALLEYE: Good, esp. east of Momence *Kankakee State Park *Wilmington Area. Best on *jig and minnow *wtd Keeper Hook & Twister tail *jig and crawler *yellow bucktail jigs.
PIKE: Good at Creek mouths,islands on *Mepps #3 or #5 spinners * minnows at different depths.
SMALLMOUTH BASS: Improved.  Good in Momence area *Aroma Park *Kankakee Dam through Kankakee River State Park *Wilmington through DesPlaines Conservation Area. Good baits include wtd Keeper Hook & Twister tails *minnows *Rattlin’ Rogue *Medium sized spinners.
ROCK BASS: Good along most shorelines, in creeks and ditches: spinners * crawlers * rubber spiders(on fly rod)*minnows.
CATFISH: Good throughout river on: *minnows *worms *cheesebaits *chicken liver.

Mississippi River
SOURCE: Iowa DNR

Rock River
SOURCE: Tom Calam, Tom’s Bait & Tackle, Freeport (815-232-3337)
• Near Rockford, walleye, northerns and bass are being picked up but most everything is on the small size says Calam.
SOURCE: Jan Prose at TJ’s Bait/Tackle & Canoe Rental in Oregon (815-732-4516)
• Near Oregon, walleye bite is fair, with some in 4-5 pound range. One angler recently caught a 25-inch walleye and a 40-inch muskie. Catfish good on dipbait or nightcrawlers. Plenty of carp being caught on just about anything. Overall, fishing getting better says Prose.
SOURCE: Ray and Irene Hays, Bunny’s Bait Shop, Dixon (815-288-3812)
• Near Dixon, Good days and bad days fishing here says Bunny’s. A 61/2 pound walleye caught at the dam using a white twistyer tail with a chartreuse head. Bite is better in the morning than the evening. Catfish had been pretty good but bite has slowed in the last few days. Redworms were working best. Channel cats ranging from 2-8 pounds says Jones. Crappie slow. Small northerns being caught at the dam using minnows.

 

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