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Fishing

river fish


Click to view IowaDNR's Fishing Report


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
Catfish Common Carp
Walleye Drum
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)
Fish Species
Bluegill
Bass
Crappie
Perch
Catfish
No motorized boats are allowed on this lake, battery powered motors are fine



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Cherokee, IA 51012

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