Log in to add fishing reports.
Email:
Password:

Forgot your password?
Click here.


Not a member?
Click here to register. It's free!


Add a report as a guest

Select a different state Select a location. Select a species.
Select a fishing method.

Here's the latest fishing reports for Brushy Creek Lake

You can use the menu to the left to narrow your results further

Showing 1 - of 79 found (Page 1 of 8)

(next)(Last)


Location: Brushy Creek Lake
Fishing Quality: ---
Fishing Method:
Species Caught:
Biting On:


Full Report: Brushy Creek: Bluegill - Fair: Tip jig with a piece of crawler and fish in 15-20 feet of water. Yellow Perch - Fair: Bait jig with a small minnow and fish in 15-20 feet of water.


Location: Brushy Creek Lake
Fishing Quality: ---
Fishing Method:
Species Caught:
Biting On:


Full Report: Brushy Creek: Surface temps are in the high 70s to low 80s. Bluegill - Slow: Anglers are reporting bluegill have moved into deeper water. Look for them in 15-20 feet of water. Largemouth Bass - Fair: Look for bass in shaded areas. Try a finesse presentation that will allow for a slow retrieve, such as a Texas rig worm. Muskellunge - Fair: Anglers are reporting increased muskie activity during small windows of time triggered by fronts, changes in wind speed/direction, etc. Anglers can expect to fish for an extended amount of time and see all the muskie action within a short window.


Location: Brushy Creek Lake
Fishing Quality: ---
Fishing Method:
Species Caught:
Biting On:


Full Report: Brushy Creek: Crappie - Fair: A few reports of good catches have been made fishing around submerged trees near the creek channel.

Largemouth Bass - Fair: A few fish have been caught along the edges of weed lines and suspended around trees.

Bluegill - Fair: Fish submerged trees located on deep flats

Yellow Perch - Fair: Fish have been caught vertical jigging along weed lines and on deeper flats while fishing for blue gill and crappie

Walleye - Slow: A few fish have been caught around deep submerged trees.

Muskellunge - Fair: A few fish have been caught in the 35"-45" range fishing near the creek channel.




Location: Brushy Creek Lake
Fishing Quality: ---
Fishing Method:
Species Caught:
Biting On:


Full Report: Missouri River: (Sioux City to Little Sioux) Channel Catfish - Slow: Fishing has been slow due to recent high water on the Missouri a few channel catfish are being caught rod and reel and on trotlines. Dip baits, worms, chubs and cutbait are baits of choice. Flathead Catfish - Slow: A few flathead catfish are being caught on trotlines and rod and reel. Live baits or fresh cutbait works best. Sauger - Fair: A few walleye and sauger are being reported caught use jigs with or without live bait. Walleye - Fair: A few walleye and sauger are being reported caught use jigs with or without live bait.

(Little Sioux to Council Bluffs) Channel Catfish - Slow: Fishing for channel catfish should start picking up after the recent high water ramps are opening up and anglers are getting out on Missouri River. Try dip bait, worms, chubs, and cutbaits. Flathead Catfish - Slow: Anglers are starting to get back out on the Missouri to fish for flatheads. A few fish are being caught on live baits and fresh cutbait.

(Council Bluffs to Missouri State Line) Channel Catfish - Slow: Anglers are getting back out on the Missouri fishing should pick up for channel catfish. Try worms, dip bait, chubs, and cutbait for success. Flathead Catfish - Slow: Flathead anglers are buying bait and getting out on the River not much of a report with the high water conditions. Try live bait and fresh cutbaits for the best success.




Location: Brushy Creek Lake
Fishing Quality: ---
Fishing Method:
Species Caught:
Biting On:


Full Report: Brushy Creek: Water clarity is good. Bluegill - Fair: Bluegill are being picked up the same way as walleye. Crappie - Fair: Crappies are being picked up the same way as walleye. Walleye - Fair: Some anglers have had success fishing with jigs baited with a leech cut in half. Try casting or vertical jigging in anywhere from 2-11 feet of water.


Location: Brushy Creek Lake
Fishing Quality: ---
Fishing Method:
Species Caught:
Biting On:


Full Report: Brushy Creek: Water clarity is good. Bluegill - Fair: Bluegill are being picked up the same way as walleye. Crappie - Fair: Crappies are being picked up the same way as walleye. Walleye - Fair: Some anglers have had success fishing with jigs baited with a leech cut in half. Try casting or vertical jigging in anywhere from 2 to 11 feet of water.


Location: Brushy Creek Lake
Fishing Quality: ---
Fishing Method:
Species Caught:
Biting On:


Full Report: Brushy Creek: Water clarity is good. Bluegill - Fair: Bluegills are moving close to shore. Anglers should fish tight to the inside edge of the weed lines (shore side of the weed edge). Crappie - Fair: Crappies are moving close to shore. Anglers should fish tight to the inside edge of the weed lines (shore side of the weed edge). Walleye - Good: Anglers have had good success casting jigs for walleye. Try baiting your jig with a minnow or a piece of nightcrawler.


Location: Brushy Creek Lake
Fishing Quality: ---
Fishing Method:
Species Caught:
Biting On:


Full Report: Brushy Creek: Surface water temperature as of May 22 was 59 degrees. Water clarity is good. Bluegill - Fair: Bluegills are moving close to shore. Anglers should fish tight to the inside edge of the weed lines (shore side of the weed edge). Crappie - Fair: Crappies are moving close to shore. Anglers should fish tight to the inside edge of the weed lines (shore side of the weed edge). Walleye - Good: Anglers have had good success casting jigs for walleye. Try baiting your jig with a minnow or a piece of nightcrawler.


Location: Brushy Creek Lake
Fishing Quality: ---
Fishing Method:
Species Caught:
Biting On:


Full Report: Brushy Creek: Largemouth Bass - Fair: Anglers should start picking bass up in the shallows and upper ends of the lake. Crappie - Fair: Anglers should find crappie moving near shore in the upper arms of the lake. Walleye - Fair: Anglers picked up some more walleye this week. Try casting jigs tipped with a minnow or piece of nightcrawler. Focus on the points and along the dam.


Location: Brushy Creek Lake
Fishing Quality: ---
Fishing Method:
Species Caught:
Biting On:


Full Report: Brushy Creek: Some smaller bass are being caught. Focus efforts in the upper ends and creek arms where the water is warmer. Largemouth Bass - Fair: Anglers should start picking bass up in the shallows and upper ends of the lake. Walleye - Fair: Some anglers are picking up walleye casting jigs. Focus on the points and along the dam.

DateReported ByFishing QualityLocationSpecies CaughtFishing Method

09/20/2014 00:01:18Guest---Brushy Creek Lake
Read Report

08/15/2014 00:01:01Guest---Brushy Creek Lake
Read Report

07/26/2014 00:01:03Guest---Brushy Creek Lake
Read Report

07/19/2014 00:01:01Guest---Brushy Creek Lake
Read Report

06/28/2014 00:01:04Guest---Brushy Creek Lake
Read Report

06/20/2014 00:01:05Guest---Brushy Creek Lake
Read Report

06/07/2014 00:01:05Guest---Brushy Creek Lake
Read Report

05/24/2014 00:01:06Guest---Brushy Creek Lake
Read Report

05/17/2014 00:01:03Guest---Brushy Creek Lake
Read Report

05/10/2014 00:01:04Guest---Brushy Creek Lake
Read Report