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UPDATED June 22, 2016



Fishing success depends on many factors such as an anglers experience, the baits/lures used, the presentations/techniques, weather and other variables. Our goal is to share information to help anglers improve their fishing success by making good decisions.
We continue to seek out and secure weekly reports on fishing conditions for most lakes and rivers in Central IL.
If a lake is not mentioned, it is due to a lack of current and/or useful information.
Many of our reports are from supportive anglers willing to share info to assist other anglers.
  Ultimately the real test of any lake or stream is to fish it.   GOOD FISHING.!

- Something you must consider is that fishing reports were about things and conditions that have already happened. It is not always a forecast or a look into the future but a good starting point when heading out.

No matter what reports state, you as an angler must still find the right cover & the fish.
Try to find these kinds of cover in lakes:
- Brush piles or cribs that can be found with a sonar unit or by scouting a lake by starting in 6-14 foot and move out.
- Fallen trees along the shore.
- Boat docks that provide cover and shade in summer months.
Mark or remember any spots you catch fish and Stay mobile, move around to increase your odds of finding and catching fish.

-- The continuing Hot weather has limited the number of fishing reports..
The forecast for next 7 days is for near normal temps..
However, these storms and heavy rain may impact lakes, rivers, water temps and fish - not sure.
- Be Safe & Get out to ENJOY the Outdoors along with some GOOD FISHING..!

** Reminder:
- Check Your Boat Registration: as the three-year boat registration/decal and renew may expire on June 30, 2016. For more info on Renewing, check online at or by calling 1-866-867-3542

With Summer weather here, Be Sure To Protect yourself from the sun and the heat, drink plenty of liquids.

And for those pesky Gnats and all biting insects = do as we do and not leave home or go out without a bottle or two of The Original Vanilla Bug Spray to repel those biting gnats, flies and mosquitoes..
Don´t subject yourself or your pet to unnecessary pest attacks! To get your bottle now, visit for locations or to order..
Get out and ENJOY..!..

  - - Notes Of Interest : -
- IDNR Announces Summer Urban Fishing Clinics providing FREE instruction and Fun for Kids. Read this News Release for details, more info and locations.
- BULLFROG season is underway through August 31 Bullfrogs may be taken by hand, fishing pole and line fishing, landing net, bow & arrow or bow and spear or gig. You must have a sport fishing license is required and limits are 8 bullfrogs daily limit with 16 bullfrogs possession limit
Check Your Boat Registration: The IDNR reminds boat owners in Illinois to check their three-year boat registration/decal and renew their registration if it expires on June 30, 2016. For more info on Renewing, check online at or by calling 1-866-867-3542
- The Bowfishing Association of America are celebrating the passage of HB 5788 allowing catfish to be a legal bowfishing species.. Visit the BAI Facebook page for more at--
- For list of ADA accessible Fishing sites Check IDNR Places To Fish page for locations.
- For Bank Fishing Opportunities in Illinois that are easily accessible, visit IDNR Bank Fishing page

NOTE: As of January 1st, No person born on or after January 1, 1998, unless exempted by subsection (i),
shall operate a motorboat with over 10 horse power unless that person has a valid Boating Safety Certificate issued by the Dept of Natural Resources or an entity or organization recognized & approved by the Dept.

Non-motorized watercraft, including canoes, kayaks, paddle boats, or sail boards in Illinois, are no longer required to be titled/registered in Illinois, unless the vessels have a motor or sail. Non-motorized watercraft owners are required to purchase an Illinois Water Usage Stamp for each calendar year..

- The IDNR Division of Fisheries has NEW regulations Now in effect for the harvest of Flathead Catfish due to concerns about the overharvest of this large fish species. Read these Full Details

* The 2016 Illinois Fishing Information guide is available online at IDNR website
* We have listed a few in our area that we have found in the reports below, but you still need to check and read the signs posted at lakes to be sure..

- The U.S. Coast Guard has released a Free boating safety app designed to provide additional resources for mobile users. Watch USCG app features video with download info & more


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- - Near STARVED ROCK and South downstream: to Near HENRY :
- River was at a fairly good level on Monday, but this rain will surely change that and bring level back up..?
- Catfish were FAIR-GOOD on cut baits and dip baits with better fish near channel breaks and bends
- WhiteBass were FAIR recently and best early in day
Again, not sure how this rain will affect fishing..?

- Bass were FAIR-GOOD on plastics, spinnerbaits and topwater along inside or outer weed edges or frog on weed patches
- Bluegills are FAIR-GOOD on waxies or small jig/part crawler
Couple reports from northern IL pond anglers still saw few Bluegills bedding up there over weekend..
- Catfish were FAIR-GOOD on dip baits
- Crappie were SLOW-FAIR on minnows around deep ends of laydowns..

  - Jason sent this photo of Mannon
  who out-fished the boy
  during their fishing trip
  in mid-June to Lake Kegonsa in Wisconsin.
  - That is a Nice Walleye..!

  -   NORFORK LAKE in Arkansas
For current reports or to set up an Awesome fishing trip (we highly recommend), check Tom Reynolds of STR Outfitters at
- Here is latest Report from Tom:   Norfork Lake is HOT, the lake temperature is 87 degrees and climbing, this usually happens in late July and August but summer weather has started early. You can find stripers as shallow as 40 feet and as deep as 80 feet. Most of the fish I am catching are holding between 30 and 40 foot right now. I start off in 70 to 80 feet of water and move up into the 40 to 50 feet after the sun comes. It is a reverse of what normally happens, shallow then deep. I do not believe this pattern will last long; most of the fish will be caught in the 50 to 60 foot range as the month progresses.
Stripers continue being caught at the Hwy 62 bridge and Robinson Point. On the south end of the lake the stripers are appearing on the deep side of the points, they are also in the deep channels and bays that butt a bluff. I am still using gizzard shad that range in length from 5 to 10 inch.
I had a call from Iowa about setting up a striper trip for Father´s Day. Mike wanted to take his dad John who is 80 years old out along with Mike´s two sons, Ross and Reese. We set up for last Sunday and we left the dock at 4:15 AM. The day before I had taken out a father, son, and grandson group and we caught 10 stripers in 1 1/2 hours so I was pretty confident that we would really catch the fish. Boy was I wrong, we went to the fist 2 places where 10 or more stripers were caught the day before and we had no bites for over 2 1/2 hours. By now I was in full stress mode and all I could say that we should catch fish since I could see them on the graph. At the third spot we hit pay dirt. The float line went down and I set the hook and gave the rod to John. The fish was too strong so I worked with John and we finally boated the striper and it was 14 lbs. Everybody was smiling but that was only one fish and I needed more. The float when down again and this time Mike took the rod and we boated his striper and it was 12 lbs. We hooked another one but lost it to the trolling motor. The last one came when nobody was watching the poles. That fish went under the boat and caught most of lines and then took off for deep water. We got the lines untangled and Reese boated at 17 lb striper. It was a long morning but it turned out great when three generations all caught fish.
Be sure to read our Summer Striper tactics, the article can be found on for everything Norfork Lake!
- Tom Reynolds has fished Lake Norfork for over 37 years and guides out of Tracy Ferry Marina; you can reach him at   or 870-421-1541 or on Facebook AND - Be sure to check out Tom´s Summer Striper Tactics article!
** Reading these Norfork reports it is hard to know the time and work involved to get & keep bait to be able to catch these awesome fish, but We can verify the time and how much work it is for a live bait fishing guide as we spent 2 days with Tom from start to finish of day to understand "A day as a Guide" and all the time and work involved.   Read our full STORY HERE

BANNER MARSH - 3 access points on Routes 24/9 3 mi. NE of Banner, with a 25HP limit. (309-647-9184)
* 2016 New Written Regs to clarify - Large or Smallmouth Bass . . . Protected Slot Length Limit with one fish greater than or equal to 18 inches and/or 2 fish less than 12 inches . . 3 Fish Daily Harvest Limit
-- This report is from June 16th
- Bass were FAIR on plastics, spinners and topwater along weed edges.
- Bluegills were FAIR along shore weeds
- Crappie were little SLOW

DAWSON LAKE - East of Bloomington Exit #149 on I-74, North through LeRoy 4-miles on CH21 then East at Moraine View State Park sign.
-- This is a " No Wake " Lake for those with motors over 10hp.
* 2016 New Regs = Walleye, Sauger or Hybrid Walleye (Saugeye) of 15 inch Minimum Length Limit with no more than 1 Fish greater than or equal to 20 inches; 3 Fish Daily Harvest Limit
- Bass were FAIR-GOOD on plastics, spinnerbaits and some topwater
- Bluegills were FAIR with more small fish on waxies and red worms
- Catfish were FAIR on cut bait, crawlers, liver and dip baits
- Crappie were FAIR on minnows fished near deeper brush
- Couple Walleye/Saugeye this past week on jig/minnows

EMIQUON PRESERVE - Between Havana and Dickson Mounds Museum on IL Route 78
For more info and details on Emiquon, go to
-- No New Reports..

* Notice : The Dickson Mounds Museum is set to Re-Open on July 2, 2016 with admission fees..
Read the full News Release
While the Dickson Mounds Museum is still shutdown at this time, fishing and boating permits may be done at the launch..? Call (309) 547-2730.

* New permits are required for boating and fishing each year - are free and available at Dickson Mounds Museum, 10956 N Dickson Mounds Rd, Lewistown, IL from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call The Nature Conservancy at (309) 547-2730.
- -Some of the site rules are: - No live bait except worms; - No bank fishing is allowed;
- No gas motors (not even on the boat) including ice augers.
- Minors must be accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or older and authorized by the minor´s parent or legal guardian.
- Boating and fishing are permitted between sunrise and sunset with additional restrictions applying:
No boating, fishing or ice skating access before 12:00 pm during waterfowl hunting season. Lake users should be aware that hunting might occur on the Preserve other times as well.
- - Check their site for updated rules or go to Official Site RULES file.

EVERGREEN LAKE - North of Bloomington to Exit #8 on I-39, and West just over 1-mile and turn left (south) at sign.
* This Lake has BOATING FEES and Evergreen Lake remains a 10 hp (or less) lake.
* 2016 New Bass Limit Regs = 3 Fish Daily Harvest Limit of 15 inch Minimum Length Limit..
-- BAIT SHOP & BOAT RENTAL Hours: Daily 6:00 am to 6:00 pm
- Bass were FAIR on plastics and crankbaits early in the day with a few on topwater early & late.
- Bluegills were FAIR on small jigs and/or wax worms around shore cover.
- Crappie were FAIR-SLOW on minnows around and over deeper cover
- Saugeye were SLOW-FAIR on crawler rigs over breaks off points
  - Bob says they had a successful
  outing at Evergreen last week,
  pulling worm harness over breaks,
  caught several Saugeyes including
  this 20-1/2 incher..

* June 25 - Evergreen Main launch & Partial Lake CLOSED til 1 PM
  June 25th for the Central IL Open Water Swim - - Boaters MUST use West Launch

-- No New Report - this was from June 15th
- Bass were FAIR-SLOW on plastics and crankbaits
- Catfish were FAIR on most baits
- Crappie were SLOW
- White Bass were FAIR-SLOW

HENNEPIN-HOPPER LAKES - 2 miles South of Hennepin off IL Route 26, turn West on Road 810N and then next right.)
-- The Wetlands Initiative says the 2016 fishing season at the Dixon Waterfowl Refuge (Hennepin-Hopper) will be through Sept 5.
Closed Mondays Except for Memorial Day, July 4, and Labor Day
There are (will be) several new rules & Regs for 2016 season you need to READ HERE
- Bass were FAIR-GOOD early in day on plastics and weedless baits as frog
Read a blog about a really nice Bass caught last week.?
- Bluegills were FAIR but had to find open spots in weeds or weed edge
- Pike were FAIR early in day on weedless baits.

LAKE BLOOMINGTON - North of Bloomington to Exit #8 on I-39, and East for 3 1/2-miles.
---This Lake does have a BOATING FEE and a 40hp limit and permit required.
* 2016 New Bass Limit Regs = 3 Fish Daily Harvest Limit of 15 inch Minimum Length Limit..
** The 3 Fish Daily Harvest Limit did not make the Regs Booklet, but signs at Lake will display New Limits.

- Bass are FAIR on plastics, swimbaits and crankbaits with a few on topwater early and late
- Bluegills were FAIR on waxies and small jigs
- Catfish were FAIR on most baits at sunset and after.
- Crappie were little SLOW on minnows around deeper cover
* AND Good News For bait:  * Mike´s Minnow Bucket Bait Shop   2.7 miles west of I-39 in El Paso on US 24     is OPEN for the season..!

LAKE EUREKA - This Lake is only 30 acres, and is a good place for the family and kids, a lake where the whole shore line can be fished, there is a boat ramp and ONLY trolling motor use is allowed and if boat has a Motor on it, you must have a City Motor Permit but still May Not start it for any reason.! (Remember - No Minnows fishing Allowed)
- Larry tells us fishing was FAIR-GOOD for Bass and Bluegills over weekend with his granddaughter - FUN .!
* For bait, Check  * Mike´s Minnow Bucket Bait Shop   2.7 miles west of I-39 in El Paso on US 24  ..!

LAKE SHELBYVILLE - Between Shelbyville and Sullivan - LAKE INFO LINE (217) 774-2020 and LAKE PROJECT OFFICE (217) 774-3951.
- Here is report from Guide Steve Welch on June 20th : " The water has warmed up into the low 80s but is still gin clear due to little rain. This has brought the sauger/walleye out deep and bunched them up. I have sorted through 185 this past week with plenty of white bass thrown in. Our best day was 51 walleye, not bad for Illinois. Not all are big enough but we are handling a ton. The shad balls are everywhere and we are hustling over and pulling spinners alongside the shad balls. Do not get too close and you can circle around them and pick up sauger under the school. If you plow right through them they scatter and you cannot relocate them.
We have started seeing white bass jumps. They do not last long but they seam to hang around the area they are busting in so you can catch plenty. We are throwing my Candystripers off points and bouncing them back up the drops. Plus we are still pulling bottom bouncers along drops and hammering both the walleye/sauger and whites.
The crappie are out on deep brush and bunched up as well. There is a thermocline starting to form and this will really help the crappie fishermen. It bunches all the fish up at one depth for the rest of the summer. I have been only walleye and white bass fishing and will continue to do so for another 2-3 weeks or until they really slow up. "
  - Dan Coad, friend of Jim Craig
  posing in front of their bunch of white bass and walleye
  caught with Lake Shelbyville Guide Steve Welch

McMASTER LAKE at - SNAKEDEN HOLLOW - - NW of Peoria, just 1 1/2 miles East of Victoria South off IL Route 167, and there is a 10HP limit. 309-879-2607
- Matt tells us he fished McMaster in the heat on Tuesday. Water Temp were 84-85 everywhere and he caught a dozen Bass on 4 inch Senko, black/red flake..
* THANKS Matt for sharing this report..!

PRAIRIE LAKE in Jim Edgar/ Panther Creek State F&W Area -
  -- This is a " No Wake " Lake for motors over 10hp
  - Bass were FAIR
  - Bluegills were FAIR
  - Crappie were little SLOW

** If you are looking for a Great new place to stay while fishing or hunting at JEPC Park,
We recommend you check Plattner´s Ghost Hollow Lodge only 5 miles from the park, by
calling 217-458-2526 or 217-971-5256 or Click their logo on bottom right Sponsors section of this page
to Find Them on Facebook Make Sure to Contact Them for Directions ! - Tell them Larry sent you..!

- While planning to make a Fishing trip to Rend Lake, make sure to look into a stay at the new Gun Creek Fin, Fur & Feathers Sportsmens Club
- Catfish remains GOOD on Hoss´s Hawg Bait dip baits ..
- - Here is latest Fishing Report from US Army Corps who says:
- - "Please fish safely! Always buckle up your life jacket on the water! "   And:

  - Please use these collection stations for recycling monofilament fishing line
  provided at various locations around Lake.
  For more info feel free to contact the Rend Lake Project Office at
  11981 Rend City Road, Benton, IL 62812   or by phone at 618-724-2493.

- - This Lake has a 10-horsepower limit.
-- Water temps were reported from mid to upper 70s and slightly stained
- Bass were FAIR several small fish on plastics and spinners and crankbaits..
- Bluegills were FAIR-GOOD along or in weeds
- Catfish were GOOD on most baits
- Crappie were FAIR-SLOW on minnows around deeper cover

SPRING LAKE (South & North) - Just south of Pekin off Manito Blacktop, 5 miles northwest of Manito, and there is a 25HP limit. (309-968-7135)
- Bluegills are FAIR along rock shore and/weeds
- Catfish were FAIR-GOOD near outer weeds from shore on most baits with dip baits doing well.


CARLYLE LAKE - Few Reports from June 1st
- Catfish were GOOD on cut bait, dip baits, leeches and crawlers and read some success on jugs too.?
- Crappie were SLOW
- WhiteBass were FAIR-GOOD on inline spinners, blade baits and jig/twisters


BALDWIN LAKE - Just north of Baldwin off Route 154. - site Office 618-785-2555
--- There is a 50hp motor limit
-- Hours April 16 - Oct 31: 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM
- Bass were FAIR on plastics, jigs and crankbaits.
- Bluegills were FAIR on waxies or red worms.
- Crappie were little SLOW on minnows
- Catfish were GOOD cut baits, liver and dip baits

CLINTON LAKE - Three miles east of Clinton off Route 10 or 54 Ph 217/935-8722.
- Bluegills were FAIR-GOOD on wax worm and red worms in coves
- Catfish were Fairly GOOD on most baits
- Crappie were FAIR-SLOW on minnows fished near deep brush
- Couple Striped Bass on Rat-L-Traps
- WhiteBass were FAIR on jig with twisters or minnows and few crankbaits
- Check with Joe of Ol´ Joe´s Bait and Tackle for latest reports and ALL your fishing needs (Including Fishing Licenses)- now Open 7 days a week 5 - 5.
* Ol´ Joe says the Bait Shop is FOR SALE as well as the Building next door, just give him a call at 217-935-6244 if interested..!
As of June 2nd - The dock at West Side boat access was still Closed pending repairs.
-- Contact Matt of Clinton Lake Catfish Guide Service to book trips through September with night or day trips available on Weekends. Call 217-855-8406 * Tell him Larry told you to call..
* A Great place to stay while at Clinton Lake is the Holiday Inn Express hotel,
  the newest hotel in Le Roy, IL   Just off I-74 between Bloomington and Champaign,
  only 17 minutes from Clinton Lake. Make your reservations today (309) 962-4439

COFFEEN LAKE - Southeast of Hillsboro off Rt 127 or south of Coffeen off Rt 185, site office 217-537-3351.
-- There is a 25hp motor limit.
* 2016 New Regs = Large or Smallmouth Bass.. 15 inch Minimum Length Limit.. 3 Fish Daily Harvest Limit
Water temps average in upper 80s and slightly stained
Bass were FAIR-GOOD plastics, crankbaits and jigs.
- Catfish are FAIR-GOOD in dip baits
- Crappie are SLOW

LAKE SPRINGFIELD - At Springfield off I-55 Exit 94 and go the east.
- Bass were FAIR on plastics, jigs, crankbaits and spinnerbaits
- Catfish were FAIR-GOOD on cut baits, liver and dip bait and best early or late
- Crappie were SLOW
- WhiteBass are a day-to-day thing on jig/twisters, bladebaits and spinners early in day
-- Check with Trevor at Big Reds Bait and Tackle for your bait and current reports at 2193 Stevenson Drive in Springfield 62703 just a mile west from the lake dam. You can call them at (217) 679-1800
** While there, Check out his New baits and the KRAZY BLADES - One of the best White Bass, Walleye and Crappie Lures made ..!

And Daily Hours reportedly will be 6 a.m. - sunset
** All fishermen must be off the lake by closing time each day. Hours may be adjusted due to staffing issues, so visitors should call ahead 815-357-1608 to confirm operating hours.
Visitors should adhere to all rules, regulations and direction from staff.
There is a wind warning system at LaSalle Lake, located on the tip of the internal dike that extends from the west shore. When the light of the wind warning system is flashing, no boats are to be launched and boats on the lake should find calm water and get off the lake when safe to do so.
- Catfish were FAIR-GOOD at times on most baits with shore anglers doing FAIR
- Not much else reported for here during the Hot weather has been

NEWTON LAKE - 16-17 miles southeast of Effingham off Route 33.
-- This Report is from June 16th
- Bass were FAIR-GOOD on plastics, jigs & spinnerbaits with some on topwater early in day.
- Bluegills were FAIR
- Catfish were FAIR-GOOD on dip baits early
- Crappie are SLOW-FAIR on minnows around deep cover

POWERTON LAKE - One mile south of Pekin off Route 29 along Manito Blacktop.
---- site Office 309-968-7135
SUMMER HOURS through Sept. 30th: 6am-8pm

SANGCHRIS LAKE - South of Springfield off I-55 Exit 82 - go east on Route 104 about 10 miles.
-- Lake has a 25HP limit, Lake site office # 217/498-9208 from 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
-- Check with Trevor at Big Red´s Bait and Tackle for current reports at 2193 Stevenson Drive in Springfield on your way to lake..
- Bass were only FAIR this past week
- Bluegills were FAIR near shore cover
- Catfish were FAIR on most baits
- Crappie were FAIR-SLOW on minnows fished around deep cover..

- LINKS or Other Lake Reports outside Central Illinois. -

- For Chicago area and southern to central Wisconsin Fishing Reports check out the
Chicago Sun-Times Outdoors section by  Dale Bowman

- MARK TWAIN LAKE in Missouri
---Check Out The Fishing Reports from the Good people at South Fork Resort

- NORFORK LAKE in Arkansas
For current reports or to set up a fishing trip (we would recommend), check STR Outfitters at
--- View STR Outfitters Facebook page click here for real time up to date each day or read Tom´s fishing blog here at

If you are thinking of Fishing or Hunting this year
Check the Reports & specials from Tom Reynolds of STR Outfitters

- Read about our Outdoor Writers/Broadcasters Visit at Kentucky Lake.

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