Here is your Iowa DNR Fishing Report for the Weekend of 8/26.

Cedar River (above Nashua)
Cedar River water levels are on the rise. Clarity is poor. Boating is not recommended. Please call the local city or county conservation board offices for information on access and campgrounds. For more information on water levels, please go to the U.S. Geological Survey website.

Decorah District Streams
Trout streams in Mitchell, Howard, Winneshiek and Allamakee counties are not fishable as of 8/24/2016. Streams with better water quality will clear faster. Access to many streams are limited due to increased flows, poor road conditions and bridge outages. Stocking has been temporarily suspended until conditions improve at Big Spring and Decorah hatcheries. Brown Trout – Slow.

Lake Hendricks
The lower campground and boat ramp are closed at least through the weekend. Elevated water levels from Watson's Creek and the lake have impacted the road. For more information on this campground or any other in Howard County, please call the Howard County Conservation Board Office at 563-547-3634Call: 563-547-3634 or visit their website.

Lake Meyer
The boat ramp and road to the dam are closed at least through the weekend. Water levels in the lake were over 8 feet high and water went over the emergency spillway. For more information on this campground or any other in Winneshiek County, please call the Winneshiek County Conservation Board Office at 563-534-7145Call: 563-534-7145 or visit their website.

Upper Iowa River (above Decorah)
Water levels remain above flood stage and clarity is bad. Use of watercraft of any sort is not recommended at this time. Many access points and campgrounds are flooded. Please call the local city or county conservation board offices for more information.

Upper Iowa River (below Decorah)
Water levels are approaching flood stage and clarity is bad. Use of watercraft of any sort is not recommended at this time. Many access points and campgrounds are flooded. Please call the local city or county conservation board offices for more information.

Volga Lake
Volga Lake has a green algae bloom. Anglers drifting over rock or brush piles will find fish. Largemouth Bass – Fair. Black Crappie – Fair. Bluegill – Slow. Channel Catfish - Good: Use stink baits, chicken liver and crawlers. Volga Lake has a very nice population of catfish awaiting the patient angler.

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