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koronis fishing report

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Well it's been a while since last posting on this website. How has it been for all so far this fishing year? I am heading up to Koronis the week of July 7th-14th. Been there a few times in the past years and had good success because of you find folks on this website. How's the walleye bite been? Any help would be appreciated. Just a heads up Check out the iowa dnr website and click on the article on Clear Lake. The bite has been awesome!! unbelievable numbers of good quality fish. So if anyone is heading to Iowa I would bring the boat and try it out. Pull spinners with nightcrawlers in 14ft. of water and you will catch your limit.

P.S. Borch I hope we can run into each other on the lake this trip!

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I hope we can too!

The bite has been pretty good during the day. Not so much once it gets dark at this point. Leeches have been better than crawlers but that could change anytime.

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