Please follow IowaDNR'S rules and regulations while fishing!
The Little Sioux River in Cherokee County can provide great fishing opportunities for the entire family!
The Little Sioux River is a slow (gradient of about 2 ft/mile) river that winds through glacial hills and plains from near the Minnesota/Iowa border to its mouth at the Missouri River near the town of Little Sioux. This river drains the largest watershed of any tributary of the Missouri River in Iowa.
|Little Sioux River|
|Primary Game Species||Other Species|
|Northern Pike||Occasional Bass|
|Little Sioux River Access's In Cherokee County|
|Soo Access||Nelson Access|
|Martins Access||Barnes Access|
|Redtail Ridge Habitat Area||Silver Sioux Recreation Area|
|Pearse Access||Stieneke Area|
|Ritts Area||Ranney Knob Area|
|Larson Lake (5 Acre lake)|
|No motorized boats are allowed on this lake, battery powered motors are fine|