July 12, 2018 - 3:23 pm - Posted in Sports

Spirit Lake, Iowa — The Iowa Department of Natural Resources issues a weekly fishing report on Thursdays in an effort to provide the latest information heading into the weekend. The weekly fishing report is compiled from information gathered from local bait shops, angler creel surveys, and county and state parks staff. For more information contact the Spirit Lake fish Hatchery at 712-336-1840.

NORTHWEST

Black Hawk Lake
Water temperatures are around 80 degrees. Water levels are 7 inches over the crest of the spillway. Bluegill – Slow: Try Town Bay, Ice House Point, and the North Shore. Use a small hair or tube jig with a small piece of crawler fished under a bobber in 3-6 feet of water. Target deeper fish this time of year on the rock piles near Gunshot Hill, Cottonwood Point, and the East Basin. Walleye – Fair: Try leeches or crawler harnesses around Ice House Pt, the dredge cut near Denison Beach, and around the rock piles near Gunshot Hill, Cottonwood Point and the East Basin. Largemouth Bass – Good: Catch largemouth all over the lake using traditional bass lures. Many anglers have found good bass action at the Ice House Point, the east shoreline,and the lake side of the inlet bridge. There is a 15 inch minimum length limit on largemouth bass in Black Hawk Lake. Channel Catfish – Fair: Use stink bait, cut bait, or crawler fished on the bottom along Ice House Point and in Town Bay. Look for fish along rocky shorelines this time of year.

Brushy Creek Lake
There is a 15 inch minimum length limit on largemouth bass in Brushy Creek Lake, and a 40 inch minimum length limit for musky. Walleye – Fair: Use minnows and leaches in 15-20 feet of water. Black Crappie – Fair: Try minnows on a jig in 10-20 feet of water near submerged structure. Yellow Perch – Fair: Find perch along the vegetation and deeper structure. Largemouth Bass – Good: Catch bass along weed lines near shore just about anywhere with traditional bass lures. There is a 15 inch minimum length limit on largemouth bass in Brushy Creek Lake.

Storm Lake (including Little Storm Lake)
Storm Lake has a daily limit of 3 walleye and all 17- to 22-inch walleye must be released; no more than one walleye longer than 22 inches may be taken per day. Walleye – Fair: Boat anglers are picking up fish trolling crankbaits or drifting crawler harnesses on the edges of the dredge cuts around the lake in about 8 feet of water. White Bass – Fair: Use crankbaits; most action has been from boat while fishing dredge cuts.

Swan Lake
Bluegill – Fair: Use a small jig tipped with crawler along the dam and off the jetties in 3-6 feet of water. Most fish are 6-7 inches.

Beeds Lake
Black Crappie – Fair: Drift fish or troll with tube jig or a small minnow.

Clear Lake
Clear Lake is 3.5 inches above crest. Surface water temperature is 76 degrees. Walleye – Fair: Troll spinners near the edge of vegetation in 3 to 6 feet of water. Yellow Bass – Fair: Try a jig tipped with a small piece of crawler at the edge of vegetation. Channel Catfish – Fair: Use stink bait or cut bait after dark.

Crystal Lake
Bluegill – Fair: Bluegill are biting. Use a small piece of crawler and a bobber in 2 to 3 feet of water. Largemouth Bass – Fair: Bass are biting spinners and plastic baits. Black Crappie – Good: Drift or troll small tube jigs in the dredge cut.

Lake Smith
Largemouth Bass – Good: Largemouth bass are biting on a variety of baits. Bluegill –Good: Bluegill are biting. Use a small piece of crawler and a bobber in 2 to 3 feet of water.

East Okoboji Lake
The boat dock at Hattie Elston (North ramp) has been pulled. Yellow Bass – Good: The bite has picked up; good numbers of fish are being caught. Cast mini-jigs or hair-jigs in the evening. Walleye – Good: Numbers of fish are being caught with traditional baits; good numbers of yellow bass are mixed in with the catch. Bluegill – Good: Anglers report an improving panfish bite of bluegill and crappie. Use small jigs tipped with waxworms in the weed lines.

Lake Pahoja
Bluegill – Good: Recent surveys show good numbers of large angler size fish in the lake.

Lost Island Lake
Walleye – Good: Walleye action has improved; reports of the best action in areas with flow. Yellow Bass – Good: Reports of yellow bass being caught. Use small lures such as a twister tail or hair jigs.

Silver Lake (Dickinson)
Walleye – Fair: Walleye action has slowed on the lake; persistence will be rewarded with nice fish caught.

Spirit Lake
The south boat ramp (Orleans) is closed. Walleye – Good: The good walleye bite continues; troll live bait in the morning. Yellow Perch – Good: Report of yellow perch action “picking up” on the lake; sorting is needed.

West Okoboji Lake
The Triboji boat ramp is closed due to flooding. Bluegill – Good: Wooden docks in deeper water and new aquatic growth will produce good numbers of angler acceptable sized fish.

July 10, 2018 - 9:03 pm - Posted in Sports

Larchwood, Iowa — #2 West Lyon advanced to the Class 2A District 2 final after defeating the Sibley-Ocheyedan Generals 10-0 in five innings Tuesday night in Larchwood.

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The Wildcats struck first in the bottom of the opening inning when Jaden Snyder doubled to center, and was later driven in by a Monte Pottebaum single. Pottebaum then came in to score off of a Mitchell Rentschler triple, and Dylan Snyders hit a two-run inside the park home-run. After one, it was 4-0 West Lyon. The Wildcats added another two runs in the bottom of the second to extend their lead to 6-0. West Lyon added four runs in the fourth and come away with the 10-0 win in 5 innings.

Snyder got the win for West Lyon after giving up just 4 hits in 4 innings of work.

Isaac Habben took the loss for the Generals. Habben went 3 1/3 innings, while giving up 7 earned runs on 7 hits and 2 walks, and struck out 3.

West Lyon improves to 28-1, and will play West Sioux on Saturday at 7 pm in Larchwood. Sibley-Ocheyedan ends their year at 10-13

July 5, 2018 - 2:45 pm - Posted in Sports

Spirit Lake, Iowa — The Iowa Department of Natural Resources issues a weekly fishing report on Thursdays in an effort to provide the latest information heading into the weekend. The weekly fishing report is compiled from information gathered from local bait shops, angler creel surveys, and county and state parks staff. For more information contact the Spirit Lake fish Hatchery at 712-336-1840.

NORTHWEST
Beeds Lake
Black Crappie – Fair: Drift fish or troll with tube jig or a small minnow. Bluegill – Fair: Use a small piece of crawler under a bobber in 2 to 4 feet of water.

Clear Lake
Clear Lake is 7.5 inches above crest. Surface water temperature is 76 degrees. Walleye – Good: Try a slip bobber and leeches or crawlers fished near the edge of vegetation in 3 to 6 feet of water. Yellow Bass – Slow: Use a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler at the edge of vegetation. Channel Catfish – Good: Catfish are biting baits fished on the rock reefs and off the jetties. Largemouth Bass – Fair: Try a spinner or topwater bait in the open spots in the vegetation. Muskellunge – Fair.

Crystal Lake
Bluegill – Fair: Bluegill are biting. Use a small piece of crawler and a bobber in 2 to 3 feet of water. Largemouth Bass – Fair: Bass are biting spinners and plastic baits. Black Crappie – Fair: Drift or troll small tube jigs in the dredge cut.

Lake Smith
Largemouth Bass – Good: Largemouth bass are biting on a variety of baits. Bluegill – Good: Bluegill are biting. Use a small piece of crawler and a bobber in 2 to 3 feet of water.

Silver Lake (Worth)
Largemouth Bass – Fair: Largemouth bass are biting on plastic baits. Bluegill – Good: Use a small piece of crawler and a bobber in 2 to 3 feet of water.

East Okoboji Lake
Yellow Bass – Good: Good numbers of fish are being caught; cast mini-jigs or hair-jigs in the evening. Walleye – Good: Numbers of fish are being caught with traditional baits; good numbers of yellow bass are mixed in with the catch. Bluegill – Good: Anglers report an improving panfish bite of bluegill and crappie. Use small jigs tipped with waxworms in the weed lines.

Lake Pahoja
Bluegill – Good: Recent surveys show good numbers of large angler size fish in the lake.

Lost Island Lake
Walleye – Good: leye action has improved; reports of the best action in areas with flow. Yellow Bass – Good: Reports of yellow bass being caught. Use small lures such as a twister tail or hair jigs.

Silver Lake (Dickinson)
Walleye – Fair: Walleye action has slowed on the lake; persistence will be rewarded with nice fish caught.

Spirit Lake
Walleye – Good: Good walleye action continues; troll live bait. Yellow Perch – Good: Report of yellow perch action “picking up” on the lake.

West Okoboji Lake
Bluegill – Good: Wooden docks in deeper water and new aquatic growth will produce good numbers of angler acceptable sized fish.

July 3, 2018 - 4:47 pm - Posted in Sports

Mia Hoogeveen of Lester, has signed a letter of intent to continue her basketball and golf career at Northwestern College this fall.

Hoogeveen is a 5’5” multi-sports standout who played three years for the West Lyon High School basketball team. Hoogeveen averaged 14.4 points and totaled 65 rebounds and 34 assists in leading her team to the class 2A regional finals. She earned first team all-conference and was named both first team all-district and all-region.

“We are excited that Mia has chosen to continue her athletic career as a Red Raider,” commented Northwestern head women’s basketball coach Chris Yaw. “Mia had a very good high school career and was a leader on her team. She is a great young lady who is highly competitive and a hard worker. I am confident that Mia will be a great fit for our basketball team and the Northwestern campus community.”

Also a three-time letter winner in golf, Hoogeveen led her team to the regional finals as a senior. She was a second team all-state selection and earned both all-conference and all-district honors for the third consecutive year. Hoogeveen posted a scoring average of 42 for nine holes and 90 on 18. An outstanding student, Hoogeveen earned both academic all-state and all-conference honors. She is the daughter of Jeff and Missy.

“Mia had a very successful high school career,” said Northwestern head women’s golf coach Catherine Van Der Weide. “Mia is a competitor and it will be a joy to coach her over the next four years.”

July 2, 2018 - 11:43 am - Posted in Sports

Des Moines Iowa — The Latest Radio Iowa – IBCA baseball poll is out. Area teams continue to make some noise with West Lyon ending the year ranked at the #2 spot in 2A and Remsen St Mary’s the #4 spot in Class 1A. Heelan is ranked #4 in the 3A poll.

Class 4A
1. Johnston (24-4) LW #1
2. Urbandale (23-5) LW #2
3. Indianola (24-1) LW #4
4. Southeast Polk (25-8) LW #6
5. Cedar Rapids Prairie (22-8) LW #3
6. North Scott (21-5) LW #7
7. Dowling Catholic (23-7) LW #8
8. Davenport Central (20-8) LW #9
9. Iowa City West (21-9) LW #5
10. Waukee (20-9) LW (X)

Class 3A
1. Harlan (21-2) LW #2
2. Carlisle (25-6) LW #3
3. Davenport Assumption (22-9) LW #1
4. Sioux City Heelan (23-8) LW #5
5. Solon (23-8) LW #4
6. Cedar Rapids Xavier (21-9) LW (X)
7. Waverly-Shell Rock (21-7) LW #5
8. North Polk (17-6) LW #7
9. Boone (18-6) LW #8
10. Fairfield (22-5) LW #10

Final Class 2A
1. Cascade (27-2) LW #1
2. West Lyon (24-1) LW #2
3. Iowa City Regina(21-7) LW #3
4. Dyersville Beckman (25-9) LW #6
5. Wilton (17-5) LW #4
6. Monticello (23-4) LW #8
7. Estherville Lincoln Central (20-3) LW #5
8. New Hampton (23-4) LW #7
9. Van Meter (25-6) LW #10
10. Alta/Aurelia (15-4) LW (X)

Final Class 1A
1. Mason City Newman (28-1) LW #1
2. Lisbon (27-0) LW #2
3. North Linn (32-3) LW #3
4. Remsen St. Mary’s (20-3) LW #4
5. Alburnett (28-4) LW #5
6. Martensdale-St. Mary’s (26-6) LW #6
7. Council Bluffs St. Albert (24-8) LW #7
8. New London (18-2) LW #9
9. Tri-Center (Neola) (15-2) LW #10
10. CAM (Anita) (16-5) LW (X)

June 28, 2018 - 3:57 pm - Posted in Sports

Spirit Lake, Iowa — The Iowa Department of Natural Resources issues a weekly fishing report on Thursdays in an effort to provide the latest information heading into the weekend. The weekly fishing report is compiled from information gathered from local bait shops, angler creel surveys, and county and state parks staff. For more information contact the Spirit Lake fish Hatchery at 712-336-1840.

NORTHWEST
Black Hawk Lake
Water temperatures are in the low 70’s. Water levels are 15 inches over the crest of the spillway. Water clarity is around 2 feet. Bluegill – Slow: Try Town Bay, Ice House Point, and the North Shore. Use a small hair or tube jig with a small piece of crawler fished under a bobber in 3-6 feet of water. Target deeper fish this time of year on the rock piles near Gunshot Hill, Cottonwood Point, and the East Basin. Walleye – Fair: Use leeches fished under a bobber in the shoreline along Ice House Point. Boat anglers have had some luck on the rock piles near Gunshot Hill, Cottonwood Point and the East Basin. Black Crappie – Slow: A few have been picked up from Ice House Point, the floating dock, the stone piers and the inlet bridge. Catch fish up to 11 inches with crawlers and leeches fished under a bobber. Look for post-spawn crappie out deeper. Largemouth Bass – Good: Catch largemouth all over the lake using traditional bass lures. Many anglers have found good bass action at the Ice House Point, the east shoreline,and the lake side of the inlet bridge. There is a 15 inch minimum length limit on largemouth bass in Black Hawk Lake. Muskellunge – Fair: There is a 40 inch minimum length limit on musky at Black Hawk Lake. Channel Catfish – Fair: Use stink bait, cut bait, or crawler fished on the bottom along Ice House Point and in Town Bay. Look for fish along rocky shorelines this time of year.

Brushy Creek Lake
There is a 15 inch minimum length limit on largemouth bass in Brushy Creek Lake, and a 40 inch minimum length limit for musky. Walleye – Fair: Use minnows and leaches in 15-20 feet of water. Black Crappie – Fair: Try minnows on a jig in 10-20 feet of water. Yellow Perch – Fair: Fish along the vegetation to find perch. Largemouth Bass – Good: Catch bass along weed lines near shore just about anywhere with traditional bass lures. There is a 15 inch minimum length limit on largemouth bass in Brushy Creek Lake. Muskellunge – Fair: There is a 40 inch minimum length limit for musky on Brushy Creek Lake.

Storm Lake (including Little Storm Lake)
Storm Lake has a daily limit of 3 walleye and all 17- to 22-inch walleye must be released; no more than one walleye longer than 22 inches may be taken per day. Walleye – Fair: Boat anglers are doing well trolling crank baits or drifting crawler harnesses on the edges of the dredge cuts around the lake in about 8 feet of water. White Bass – Fair: Use crankbaits; most action has been from boat while fishing dredge cuts.

Swan Lake
Bluegill – Fair: Use a small jig tipped with crawler along the dam and off the jetties. Most fish are 6-7 inches.

Yellow Smoke Park Lake
Bluegill – Fair: Use a small jig fished under a bobber with a minnow or piece of crawler around structure in 5-10 feet of water. Yellow Smoke is known for its big bluegill consistently reaching 9 inches or more.

Beeds Lake
Black Crappie – Good: Drift fish or troll with tube jig or a small minnow. Bluegill – Fair: Use a small piece of crawler under a bobber in 2 to 4 feet of water.

Clear Lake
Clear Lake is 7 inches above crest. Surface water temperature is 74 degrees. Walleye – Good: Try a slip bobber and leeches or crawlers fished near the edge of vegetation in 3 to 6 feet of water. Yellow Bass – Slow: Use a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler at the edge of vegetation. Channel Catfish – Good: Catfish are biting baits fished on the rock reefs and off the jetties. Largemouth Bass – Fair: Try a spinner or topwater bait in the open spots in the vegetation. Muskellunge – Fair.

Crystal Lake
Bluegill – Fair: Bluegill are biting. Use a small piece of crawler and a bobber in 2 to 3 feet of water. Largemouth Bass – Fair: Bass are biting spinners and plastic baits. Black Crappie – Fair: Drift or troll small tube jigs in the dredge cut.

Lake Smith
Largemouth Bass – Good: Largemouth bass are biting on a variety of baits. Bluegill – Good: Bluegill are biting. Use a small piece of crawler and a bobber in 2 to 3 feet of water.

Silver Lake (Worth)
Largemouth Bass – Good: Largemouth bass are biting on plastic baits. Bluegill – Good: Use a small piece of crawler and a bobber in 2 to 3 feet of water.

June 26, 2018 - 11:55 am - Posted in Sports

Northwest Iowa — Brackets are out for Class 1A and 2A baseball tournament action.

West Lyon earned a first round bye and home field advantage in Class 2A District 2. The Wildcats will play the winner of Sibley-Ocheyedan and Sheldon on Tuesday, July 10th at Larchwood.

Central Lyon opens up tournament play against HMS on Tuesday, July 10th at HMS in the Class 1A District 1 Upper Bracket, while G-LR opens tournament play against Gehlen on Tuesday the 10th at Akron-Westfield

For Class 1A District 1 Brackets CLICK HERE

For Class 1A District 2 Brackets CLICK HERE

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June 25, 2018 - 10:04 am - Posted in Sports

Des Moines Iowa — The fifth edition of the Radio Iowa/ Iowa Baseball Coaches Association poll is out. A pair of teams have stood out so far this season.  In Class 2A West Lyon continues to hold down the #2 spot with Remsen St Mary’s in he two spot of the 1A poll. Estherville Lincoln Central is #5 in 3A. Heelan is #5 in 3A.

Class 4A
1. Johnston (20-4)
2. Urbandale (19-4)
3. Cedar Rapids Prairie (20-6)
4. Indianola (20-1)
5. Iowa City West (18-5)
6. Southeast Polk (21-6)
7. North Scott (16-3)
8. Dowling Catholic (18-7)
9. Davenport Central (17-7)
10. Marshalltown (14-7)

Class 3A
1. Davenport Assumption (20-6)
2. Harlan (15-2)
3. Carlisle (20-5)
4. Solon (19-6)
5. Sioux City Heelan (19-8)
6. Waverly-Shell Rock (19-5)
7. North Polk (14-5)
8. Boone (14-5)
9. Decorah (14-4)
10. Fairfield (17-5)

Class 2A
1. Cascade (23-0)
2. West Lyon (18-1)
3. Iowa City Regina (15-6)
4. Wilton (14-4)
5. Estherville Lincoln Central (16-2)
6. Dyersville Beckman (18-8)
7. New Hampton (19-3)
8. Monticello (16-3)
9. Centerville (15-3)
10. Van Meter (18-5)

Class 1A
1. Mason City Newman (23-1)
2. Lisbon (24-0)
3. North Linn (26-3)
4. Remsen St. Mary’s (16-3)
5. Alburnett (23-3)
6. Martensdale-St. Mary’s (21-6)
7. Council Bluffs St. Albert (20-5)
8. South Winneshiek (16-4)
9. New London (17-2)
10. Tri-Center (Neola) (12-2)

June 21, 2018 - 4:32 pm - Posted in Sports

Spirit Lake, Iowa — The Iowa Department of Natural Resources issues a weekly fishing report on Thursdays in an effort to provide the latest information heading into the weekend. The weekly fishing report is compiled from information gathered from local bait shops, angler creel surveys, and county and state parks staff. For more information contact the Spirit Lake fish Hatchery at 712-336-1840.

NORTHWEST

Black Hawk Lake
Water temperatures are in the mid 70’s. Bluegill – Fair: Try Town Bay, Ice House Point, and the North Shore. Use a small hair or tube jig with a small piece of crawler fished under a bobber in 2-6 feet of water. Walleye – Slow:Try in Town Bay, the shoreline along Ice House Point, and near the inlet bridge. Use leeches fished under a bobber and twisters on the downwind shoreline where walleye are feeding. Black Crappie – Slow: A few have been picked up from Ice House Point, the floating dock, the stone piers and the inlet bridge. Catch fish up to 11 inches with crawlers and leeches fished under a bobber. Look for post-spawn crappie out deeper. Largemouth Bass – Good: Catch largemouth all over the lake using traditional bass lures. Many anglers have found good bass action at the Ice House Point, the east shoreline,and the lake side of the inlet bridge. There is a 15 inch minimum length limit on largemouth bass in Black Hawk Lake. Muskellunge – Fair: There is a 40 inch minimum length limit on Musky at Black Hawk Lake. Channel Catfish – Fair: Use stink bait, cut bait, or crawler fished on the bottom along Ice House Point and in Town Bay.

Brushy Creek Lake
There is a 15 inch minimum length limit on largemouth bass in Brushy Creek Lake, and a 40 inch minimum length limit for Musky. Walleye – Fair: Use minnows and leaches in 15 feet of water. Black Crappie – Fair: Try minnows on a jig in 10-20 feet of water. Yellow Perch – Fair: Fish along the vegetation to find perch. Largemouth Bass – Good: Catch bass along weed lines near shore just about anywhere with traditional bass lures. There is a 15 inch minimum length limit on largemouth bass in Brushy Creek Lake. Muskellunge – Fair: There is a 40 inch minimum length limit for musky on Brushy Creek Lake.

Storm Lake (including Little Storm Lake)
Storm Lake has a daily limit of 3 walleye and all 17- to 22-inch walleye must be released; no more than one walleye longer than 22 inches may be taken per day. Walleye – Fair: Boat anglers are doing well trolling crank baits or drifting crawler harnesses on the edges of the dredge cuts around the lake in about 8 feet of water. White Bass – Fair: Use crankbaits; most action has been from boat while fishing dredge cuts.

Swan Lake
Bluegill – Fair: Use a small jig tipped with crawler along the dam and off the jetties. Most fish are 6-7 inches. Look for fish to move closer to shore and the males sitting on nests.

Yellow Smoke Park Lake
Bluegill – Fair: Find bluegill spawning in the arm north of the swim beach and in the coves along the south shore. Yellow Smoke is known for its big bluegill consistently reaching 9 inches or more.

Beeds Lake
Black Crappie – Good: Drift fish or troll with tube jig or a small minnow. Bluegill – Fair: Use a small piece of crawler under a bobber in 2 to 4 feet of water.

Clear Lake
Surface water temperature is 73 degrees. Walleye – Good: Try a slip bobber and leeches or crawlers fished near the edge of vegetation in 3 to 6 feet of water. Yellow Bass – Slow: Use a small jig tipped with a piece of crawler at the edge of vegetation. Channel Catfish – Good: With recent rains, fish any spot where water is entering the lake with cut bait, chicken liver or crawlers. The best bite is late evening. Largemouth Bass – Fair: Try a spinner or topwater bait in the open spots in the vegetation.

Crystal Lake
Bluegill – Good: Bluegill are biting. Use a small piece of crawler and a bobber in 2 to 3 feet of water. Largemouth Bass – Fair: Bass are biting spinners and plastic baits fished near vegetation.

Lake Smith
Largemouth Bass – Good: Largemouth bass are biting on a variety of baits. Bluegill – Good: Bluegill are biting. Use a small piece of crawler and a bobber in 2 to 3 feet of water.

Silver Lake (Worth)
Largemouth Bass – Good: Largemouth bass are biting on plastic baits. Bluegill – Fair: Use a small piece of crawler and a bobber in 2 to 3 feet of water.

East Okoboji Lake
Channel Catfish – Good: Use traditional baits in the evening. Black Crappie – Fair: Anglers report a improving panfish bite of bluegill and crappie. Try traditional baits fished in weed lines. Walleye – Good: Use crawlers or leeches. Yellow Bass – Good: Cast mini-jigs or hair-jigs from docks during evening hours.

Five Island Lake
Channel Catfish – Good: Use traditional baits during evening hours. Walleye – Fair: Action is picking up with lots of angler acceptable size and larger being caught.

Lake Pahoja
Bluegill – Good: Recent surveys show good numbers of large angler size fish in the lake.

Lost Island Lake
Walleye – Good: Use bottom bouncers tipped with crawlers or leeches. Yellow Bass – Good: Reports of yellow bass being caught. Use small lures such as a twister tail or hair jigs.

Silver Lake (Dickinson)
Walleye – Good: Troll crank baits when there is a good walleye chop on the lake.

Spirit Lake
Marble Beach campground, including the boat ramp, is closed for the season for renovation. Smallmouth Bass – Good: Anglers report good action on the lake. Walleye – Good: Use live bait trolled on the bottom. Yellow Perch – Good: Try jigs tipped with wigglers along the weedlines.

West Okoboji Lake
Bluegill – Good: Wooden docks in deeper water and new aquatic growth will produce good numbers of angler acceptable sized fish.

June 18, 2018 - 10:23 pm - Posted in Sports

Des Moines Iowa — Regional softball brackets are out for Class 1A, 2A and 3A for the upcoming tournaments.

GLR/CL takes on Sioux Center at Sioux Center on Tuesday, July 3rd to start their tournament travels in Class 3A Region 1.

West Lyon will play in a Class 2A Region 1 play-in game against Unity Christian on Monday, July 2nd at Inwood.

3A Regional Pairings

2A Regional Pairings

1A Regional Pairings