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Fishing reports are very few with the recent warm weather and snow melt. Use extreme caution as ice conditions will deteriorate fast with high water and a warm extended forecast.

Arrowhead Lake: There was around 14 inches of ice near the boat ramp on March 14. Access might be difficult, as conditions along shore are deteriorating fast with recent rain and snow melt.

Black Hawk Lake: Ice conditions along shore are deteriorating fast; many areas may be inaccessible. Use extreme caution if venturing out. Little fishing activity has been observed since last week.

Brushy Creek Lake: Ice conditions along shore are deteriorating fast with lots of water on top of the ice. Ice fishing is not recommended.

Storm Lake (including Little Storm Lake): Ice along shore is deteriorating due to recent rain and snow melt. Ice conditions can change fast with the recent flooding conditions. Many access points may not be usable by the weekend.

Casey Lake (aka Hickory Hills Lake): Deteriorating ice conditions with lots of standing water on top of the ice; use extreme caution. Black Crappie - Slow: Find structure in the east side of lake near the dam. Use electronics to find suspended fish using a jig and waxworm. The few crappie caught are quality size.

Martens Lake: Fishing reports had been good on Sweet Marsh for crappie and bluegill, but conditions may be difficult for access now.

Photos: Big fish caught in North Iowa

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