Fishing At Coralville Lake
AKA: Coralville Reservoir
Fishing for largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted bass, channel catfish, flathead catfish, black crappie, white crappie, walleye, green sunfish, white bass, hybrid striped bass and northern pike at Coralville Lake in Iowa.
Created by the Coralville Dam on the Iowa River, Coralville Lake is a 5,300-acre reservoir in east-central Iowa just northeast of the town of North Liberty. Plenty of amenities are available at the lake to make fishing trips or family vacations a pleasant success. Camping options are available at numerous locations around the lake. Fishing enthusiasts will find over 50 miles of shoreline to explore - some for fishing from the bank, while most is easily accessible by boat. There are half a dozen boat launch areas for launching everything from kayaks and canoes to pontoons, sailboats and fishing boats. Anglers fish here for bass, catfish, crappie, walleye, sunfish, hybrid stripers and northern pike. Catfish, stripers and pike grow to bragging size and the lake has a healthy population of bass. In winter, ice fishing for crappie, walleye and sunfish is quite popular.
Primary fish species residing in Coralville Lake
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Coralville Lake Amenities
Boat Rental: YES
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Convenience Store: NEARBY
Bait & Tackle: YES
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Campgrounds & RV Parks Nearby
Sandy Beach Campground - 319 338-3543 ext 6300
Sugar Bottom Rec Area Campground - 319 338-3543 ext 6300
Scales Point Campground - 319 665-3474
Coralville Dam Complex Campground - 319 338-3543
Tailwater West Campground - 319 338-3543 ext 6300
Coralville Lake IA Map - Fishing & Camping Areas
Sugar Bottom Recreational Area
2192 Mehaffey Bridge Road Northeast
Solon, IA 52333
319 338-3543 ext 6300
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Coralville Lake in Iowa.
General Fishing Info
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Fishing in east-central Iowa for bass, catfish, crappie, walleye, sunfish, hybrid stripers and northern pike.