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Illinois fishing report 6-24-10

June 24, 2010 at 01:19 PM


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

• Channel catfish at the Fox Chain O’ Lakes, Spring Lake and in most of south-central Illinois.
• Throwing a scum frog in a weedy lake at 5 a.m. or 8 p.m.
• Lake Shelbyville for white bass, which are running big and biting well.


• Justin Harmony caught the 5.6-pound bass pictured below on June 18 while fishing near Sherman.
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• Jack Jennings caught the 7-pound bass pictured below at Lake of Egypt while fishing with Matt Strobel of SnS Guide Service.
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• Dean Willmenn, who makes bait at Lavish’s Bait Shop, caught a 13-pound channel catfish this week out of Carlyle Lake.

NORTHERN ILLINOIS North of Interstate 80

Apple Canyon Lake
SOURCE: Tom Calam, Tom’s Bait & Tackle, Freeport (815-232-3337)
Nice size bluegill in the 8- to 10-inch range are biting well. Crappie are fair on minnows, leeches and crawlers. Walleye fishing has slowed. Some small bass being caught with crankbaits or spinners.

Lake Carroll
SOURCE: Tom Calam, Tom’s Bait & Tackle, Freeport (815-232-3337).
Early morning and late evening bite best here for walleye. Trollers using leeches, crawlers and plastics

Forest Preserve Lakes
SOURCE: Lee’s Bait and Tackle of Elk Grove Village (847-593-6424); Henry’s (312-225-8538)
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).
Bluegill are biting well on waxworms says Triangle. Catfish are also very good and taking dipbait or crawlers. Dale Bowman reports Grass or southern lakes are best for cats. Walleye are biting well in current on leeches. Low-light conditions are best. Topwaters are working for muskies in the evenings, sometimes in the early morning. Mike Jackson of the Arlington Heights Daily Herald reports: “If you choose to work hard and move around quite a bit chances are you may stumble onto a muskie on Channel Lake or Lake Catherine. Pistakee Lake bluegill action is excellent in 8 feet. The walleye activity has picked up right near the Route 12 bridge and the Grass Lake Road bridge.”
Click here to check updates on no-wake status and water levels or call 847-587-8540 .

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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 perch are spotty with some bank anglers catching fish at Montrose according to Dale Bowman. Soft shell and minnows best and finding weeds is a key. Boaters have fared better with nice catches off Navy Pier last Sunday. Lake trout good to very good in 95-105 feet of water east of Wilson crib according to Capt. Bill Kelly. Good coho and chinook in places, steelhead deeper.
SOURCE: The Salmon Stop (847-244-2525 or fishing hotline 847-244-9876);  Capt. Nick Ganzer (847-234-7208).
• Near Waukegan threats of thunderstorms have hampered fishing according to Capt. Nick Ganzer, even though most storms have been South. Fishing continues to be best in about 40-110 feet. Early mornings or evening trips have been the most productive. Salmon/trout are being taken on leadcore off boards (3-8 colors), dipsies and riggers. The water has stratified with the thermocline at 45 feet. We are taking mostly coho (3-6 pounds), kings (9-18 pounds), rainbows (5-10 pounds), some lakers and a few browns. The storms have fish scattered, making for long spells between strikes. Boats are averaging 5-10 fish per trip. Pictured above is Tom Grueder with a 9-pound lake trout. The Salmon Stop advises a Little Boy Blue or aqua fly behind a white plastic Dodger. Shore anglers are catching a few perch off the government pier, but panfish in the harbor are biting better.
SOURCE: Mik-Lurch (219-989-0575)
• Near Indiana salmon are best on meat rigs and some steelhead are reported off the Michigan City piers.

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Shabbona Lake
SOURCES: Guide Jay Angel (815-739-7030) and Denny Sands, Shabbona Lakeside Bait & Tackle, Shabbona (815-824-2581).
Walleye have been biting well in the shallows by the rock piles according to Jay Angel. Not many big fish and a fair number of smaller fish like the one pictured above that was caught by Cindy. Leeches have been best and big fish should bite as the summer progresses. The rock piles also produced some big catfish, perch and good numbers of hybrid stripers. Most of those fish bite best in the evening. Bass were slow for last Saturday’s opener after thunderstorms rolled through. Water is in the high 70s.
• 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

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

Anderson Lake
SOURCE: Site manager Ed Oest (309-759-4484)
Not much fishing activity lately and catfish have been slow. Launching is very difficult due to the high water.

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)
Bass have improved here, with good action on the main lake. Bell’s Landing also produced nicely for last Monday’s Presley’s Outdoors tournament, which saw Bill Hurst and Steve Schmidt weigh in a 5.3-pound lunker for big bass. Jigs, topwaters, worms and Senkos all produced. Merle Keefer also had reports of an 8-pounder caught this week on a Sluggo. Catfish are still biting well here.

Lake Bloomington
SOURCE: Larry Dozard
Bluegill are fair on crickets and waxies along weed edges says Larry Dozard. Bass are also fair but are biting best early and late along weed edges on soft plastics or on topwaters. One week ago an angler caught a 66-pound flathead catfish drifting a shiner minnow. That has also worked for hybrid stripers, which are slow overall. Catfish are fair. Crappie are slow.

Braidwood Lake
SOURCE: Del Colvin, Bert’s Bait, Essex (815-365-2103); Jon Meder, Jon’s Bait & Tackle, South Wilmington (815-237-2822)
Bluegill are fair says Jon Meder and biting on redworms and waxworms at a depth of 20-25 feet. Look around the north bank east from the boat dock and the little islands south of the dock.

Clinton Lake
SOURCE: Joanne Lowe, Mike’s Tackle World, Decatur (217-423-0730); Clinton Bait and Tackle, (217-935-3851)
Walleye, catfish and bass are fair. Mainly biting on worms and minnows. Some crappie biting on tube jigs and minnows. White bass taking bladebaits. Catfish also taking shad, dipbait and shrimp.

Dawson Lake
SOURCE: Leon and Judy Gibson, Moraine View Concession (309-724-8295)
Walleye, catfish, bluegill and bass are all good. Cats biting on shrimp and liver in the shallow water. Bluegills are also shallow and taking worms. Bass are biting on plastic worms and spinnerbaits. Walleye are at a depth of 7-10 feet. A 16-inch walleye was caught using worms on June 18.

Emiquon Preserve
SOURCE: Paul Dinkheller, Dink’s, Lewistown (309-547-1094); The Nature Conservancy (309-547-2730)
Bass fishing slowed over the weekend, with several anglers saying they caught only a handful of fish. Heavy rains appear to be having an impact. Earlier last week bass fishing had been very good. Few reports from this week make it tough to say how things are right now. One group did manage a small mess of bluegill and crappie on Tuesday. Water is very dirty, though. 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
Good fishing continues on Evergreen says Wood. The last few weeks have been wet ones, but that has not changed the fishing. Saugeye and bass are the best bet right now, with several nice fish being caught. In recent weeks daily limits of saugeye have been pulled from the lake by many anglers. Still the best set up has been light colored curly tailed tubes and night crawlers. Bass continue to hit artificial lures on the lake, including the nice fish pictured below caught by Terry Brown on June 19. Many anglers are switching up lures often, saying that being versatile is key. Crappie are still being caught in 15-20 feet of water suspended at about 10feet deep. Bluegill continue to be caught along weeds and rip rap with wax worms and crawler pieces. Catfishing has been great with several nice fish being caught on mostly liver or shrimp. Water is in the mid-70s and clarity was at 1-2 feet prior to storms Wednesday night.
Click here for up-to-date lake reports.
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Heidecke Lake
SOURCE: Don Stephens, Greybeards (815-941-1504); Guide Mike Lynch (708-655-7667); Guide Greg Heath (815-258-9136)
Bass are good and biting on worms. Walleye are taking worms as well as leeches and small minnows and are pretty good. Catfish are also taking worms and are doing well. Crappie have slowed down. Fish are at a depth of 12 feet and are near the north side. Mike Jackson reports: the lake is “giving up some nice stripers and walleyes not far from the narrows.”

Hennepin Canal
SOURCE: Jordan Hubinsky, Time on the Water Marina, Spring Valley (815-663-1000)
• Bass are biting well in the evenings, with reports of fish up to 5 pounds on jigs. Topwaters also working.

LaSalle Lake
SOURCE: Dale Bowman of the Chicago Sun-Times; Guide Mike Lynch (708-655-7667)
Click here for a LaSalle Lake fishing forum.

Powerton Lake
SOURCE: Merle Keefer, Pekin Bass & Bow (309-347-3334); Jason Grider, Riverside Bait, Pekin (309-347-3793)
Water has warmed dramatically and most reports are of smaller channel catfish. Merle Keefer says there are still blue cats of 8-10 pounds being caught.

Snakeden Hollow SFWA
SOURCE: Nellie Thorne, Depot Bait and Tackle, Victoria (309-879-2401); Site office (309-879-2607)
Not many anglers have been out and the lakes are up quite a bit. Catfish have been fair with some 3- and 4-pounders coming on dipbait or nightcrawlers. Bluegill have slowed but the bite should still be fair to good along weed edges.

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)
Catfish are very good on shrimp and dipbait and a few on nightcrawlers says Larry Karnes. Evenings are best, though a pair of anglers did manage six keepers Wednesday afternoon. Bluegill are good to very good with lots of small fish but also several decent keepers. Bank anglers are doing well right along the rocky shoreline. Bass are fair on topwaters and buzz baits in the weeds. Merle Keefer reports seeing pictures of a 7.4-pound bass caught out of here on a topwater.

Lake Storey
SOURCE: Al Hayden, Al’s Sporting Goods, Galesburg (309-342-7776)
Few reports lately. Catfish have been slow. Bluegill are still biting pretty well. Bass are fairly decent on a variety of lures, with plastics and crankbaits the main two followed by some topwater.

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)
Several nice bass have been caught in the past week on topwaters and various finesse presentations. Senkos are good as are wacky worm rigs. Fishing early (5-6 a.m.) and evenings is probably more important than lure choice. Scum frog bite good in some lakes, slower elsewhere. Shady spots are a key during the day says Dozard. Crankbaits and Carolina rigs off points will also work. Bluegill are still biting but many smaller fish have been reported. Full moon Sunday should help bring bigger fish shallow. Catfish are improving on dipbait and chicken livers.

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

Beaver Dam Lake
SOURCE: Gwen Gilmore, Gilmore Bait & Marine, Carlinville (217-854-8136); Kim Eggers, Beaver Dam Bait Shop, (217-854-6688)
Bluegill, catfish, and crappie biting. Crappie favoring crickets, but also taking minnows and worms.

Carlinville Lake
SOURCE: Gwen Gilmore, Gilmore Bait & Marine, Carlinville (217-854-8136)
Bass biting on Bandit 200s. Catfish taking worms and Sonny’s super sticky dipbait. Fish are at a depth of 8 feet. A 20-pound, 13-ounce drum perch was caught this week.

Charleston Side Channel Lake
SOURCE: Rick Cuddy, Prairie Outfitters, Charleston (217-348-6770)
Channel catfish still a good bet here. Cats biting on cheesebaits, dipbaits, chicken liver and cut shad. Some large and spotted bass have been caught in the river on small spinner baits or jigs. Water level has been changing, but fish are around 8 feet deep.

Lake Decatur
SOURCE: Joanne Lowe, Mike’s Tackle World, Decatur (217-423-0730)
Flooding causing high water. Some channel catfish, carp, white bass and largemouth bass were caught earlier in the week.

Lake Glenn Shoals
SOURCE: Jack Rebman, Kink’s Corner, Hillsboro (217-532-5442)
A few bass in the 5-pound range were caught this week, biting off the points on plastic baits. Channel cats good in the early and late hours. Leeches still going best, with cheese, chicken liver and shad also working. A few crappie still biting deep during the day on small jigs. Bluegills are decent, taking crickets and red worms.

Lake Hillsboro
SOURCE: Jack Rebman, Kink’s Corner, Hillsboro (217-532-5442)
Catfish good here on leeches, cheese, chicken liver or shad. A 15-pound channel cat was caught. Crappie are decent taking small jigs, favoring a combination of blue and grey. Bass are coming in at around 4 pounds. Fish have moved deep.

Lake Jacksonville
SOURCE: Tom Holmes, Military Surplus Outlet, Jacksonville (217-243-6161) and Lake Jacksonville Campground (217-479-4646)
Large numbers of bass and catfish reported. Bass are in the shade, taking jigs and catfish are biting on nightcrawlers. Cats are around 2-3 pounds.

Lake Mattoon
SOURCE: Rick Cuddy, Prairie Outfitters, Charleston (217-348-6770); Joel Pittman, Mattoon Parks Department (217-254-6680)
Bass fair to good in the 5-6 pound range at about 8-10 feet deep. Zoom baby brush hogs and black and blue jigs are best. Some Catfish bitting mainly on cheese. Water is murky.

Sangchris Lake
SOURCE: Jack Raymond, Peter’s Bait, Springfield (217-528-9500); Trevor Miller, Big Red’s Bait and Tackle, Springfield (217-820-9674)
Catfish biting on stinkbait, dip, shrimp, cheese, dough and nightcrawlers. Bluegills are in the shallows around 2-3 feet deep.

Lake Sara
SOURCE: Tony Niebrugge, Anthony’s Acres Resort, (217-868-2950)
Bluegill biting well on waxworms around 4-5 feet deep. White bass are taking minnows. Bass biting on plastics in the weeds. Catfish are getting better at around 12-13 pounds , biting on nightcrawlers. Crappie have slowed down.

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
Guide Ken Wilson says white bass are biting on crankbaits or blade baits and some are coming up top early on Points 3, 5 and near the Coal Shaft bridge. Largemouth bass biting on the points with crankbaits, worms, and plastics. Walleye have slowed but a few fish are still being caught. Few crappie biting on minnows in 10-15 feet of water. Guide Steve Welch has been catching a lot of white bass on sand blasters, a blade bait with a heavy weight. Fish are around 2 pounds and are in 10-20 feet. Welch has done best off the north end on ledges and is also catching walleye and catfish. Lake is about 4 feet above normal pool and rising.
• 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)
Catfish biting on stinkbait, dip, shrimp, cheese, dough and nightcrawlers. Some cats being caught on shad and big minnows. Crappie anglers are getting fish on small minnows. Bluegills are also biting. Bass taking shaky head worm baits around 10 feet deep. Water is clear from around the railroad bridge and north and muddy from that point south.

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS South of Interstate 70

Carlyle Lake
SOURCE: Josh Adkins; Buddy Langenhorst, Lavish’s Bait Shop , Carlyle (618-594-4413); Henkel’s (618-594-4818)
Catfish are biting from 15-30 feet off the bank. Dean Willmenn, who makes bait at Lavish’s Bait Shop, caught a 13-pound channel catfish this week. White bass are bitting on crank and curly tail baits. Some cats are near the rocks and biting on worms and chicken liver.
• For the latest water level information call (618-594-4637).

Cedar 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)
Bass biting on deep-diving crankbaits as well as carolina rigs, plastic, and watermelon.

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)
Crappie are deep, at a range of 10-12 feet, bitting on minnows and jigs. Check brush, by the dam and sunken islands. Bluegills are taking wax worms and crickets. Catfish biting on leeches, cut bait and cheese. Bass are shallow.

Lake of Egypt
SOURCE: Guide Matt Strobel (618-922-0354)
Bass are running Deep. Jack Jennings caught a 7.2lb bass with a shaky on his second cast Friday morning. The following day, his brother Terry Jennings caught a 7.95lb bass with a 1oz shad spinner bait. Jason Johns says that bass fishing at night is going extremely well.

Forbes Lake
SOURCE: Site manager Glenn Wegener (618-547-3381); Mike Polcyn, Mike’s Bait & Tackle Shop, Louisville (618-665-3209)

Horseshoe Lake, Alexander County
SOURCE: Jim Melton, Melton’s Fish Camp (618-776-5504)
Crappie still slow, will be close to bottom and in the shade. Channel catfish are in the middle bitting on nightcrawlers.

Kinkaid Lake
SOURCE: Janet Graeff, Top of the Hill Bait Shop, Muphysboro (618-684-2923); Guide Al Nutty (618-694-4897)
Matt Strobel says that bass are around 10-22 feet deep biting on shaky heads, jigs, and spinner baits. Other sources confirmed the depth, adding frogs, buzz, plastic and crankbaits.

Rend Lake
SOURCE: Todd Gessner (618-513-0520); Jason Johns (618-927-3432); Bill Hudnall, Rend Lake Sporting Goods, Mount Vernon (618-242-2191)
Bass fair to slow. Best time is early or late at the points using jigs, spinners and deep-diving crankbaits. Catfish are on surface due to the Japanese beetles. Cats will bit on top water, drift and rocks. Cut shad is the best. Crappie are 8-15 feet deep near the creek and river channels. Water running close to 90 degrees.


Click here for water level information.

Des Plaines River
SOURCE: Andrew Ragas
Click here for a Des Plaines River fishing forum.

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

Illinois River
SOURCE: Carol Culjan at Cajun Sporting Goods in Utica (815-667-4222)
• Near Utica the river is “rolling mud and a mess” according to Kathy at Cajun Sporting goods. As of Thursday morning Starved Rock State Park was still open but expectations are the ramps there will be closed soon.
SOURCE: Merle Keefer, Pekin Bass & Bow (309-347-3334); Tim Presley, Presley’s Outdoors, Bartonville (309-697-1193)
• Near Peoria a few anglers have been fishing flooded timber for catfish, but the rising river is making boat launching tougher. Rod and reel anglers are doing well on dipbait and shrimp in the flooded trees. On rainy days crawlers are working well.
SOURCE: Paul Dinkheller, Dink’s, Lewistown (309-547-1094)
• Near Havana anglers are catching channel catfish on the backside of the Emiquon Preserve levee where the pump is depositing water into the river. “And if you can get into the backwaters or timber in places, you can catch catfish,” said Dinkheller, noting that launching a boat is getting tougher to do due to the high water.

Kankakee River
SOURCE: Ed Mullady, Sportsman’s Letter (815-932-7285)
• High water has slowed angling.

Mississippi River

Pecatonica River
SOURCE: Tom Calam, Tom’s Bait & Tackle, Freeport (815-232-3337)
River is high, was only 11 inches from flood stage prior to Wednesday’s rains.

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Rock River
SOURCE: Tom Calam, Tom’s Bait & Tackle, Freeport (815-232-3337)
Flathead catfish have begun spawning in the shallows. Some can be found in the 5-15 feet deep range. Channel catfish have finished spawning, bitting on cut bait in the shallow cover and flats. Crappie, bass, and bluegill are all biting on nightcrawlers around 1-4 feet deep. Water is high and mud colored, but is not too dirty and should clear up soon.  Flatheads are bitting on bullhead and bluegill. Channel cats are also in the 8-12 feet range bitting on shade, shrimp and liver. There is a river clean-up on June 26.
• Near Rockford channel catfish biting on cut and dipbait.
SOURCE: Jan Prose at TJ’s Bait/Tackle & Canoe Rental in Oregon (815-732-4516)
• Near Oregon channel catfish are near the shoreline biting on shrimp, cut bait and dipbait. Some big carp have been taking nightcrawlers. Flatheads are near the dam, including the 33-pounder pictured above caught by Chad and Tim of Oregon on an 8-inch sucker.
SOURCE: Ray and Irene Hays, Bunny’s Bait Shop, Dixon (815-288-3812)
• Near Dixon the channel cats are biting good near shoreline on chicken liver and shrimp. Flatheads were below the bridge to the rock walls before the rain and were bitting bluegill, goldfish and chubs. Carp at taking worms. Walleye are fair biting on minnows. Water is high but not dirty.

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