Franklin County (IA) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Franklin County Area

Largemouth Bass,  Perch,  Bream/Bluegill,  Bullhead,  Smallmouth Bass,  Rainbow Trout,  Pumpkinseed Sunfish,  Crappie,  Catfish,   and 17 more

Bodies of Water in Franklin County Area

587 Lakes

1,963 Rivers and Streams

391 Reservoirs

554 other

Franklin County (IA) Fishing Spots

Bailey Creek 13.8 miles
Beaverdam Creek 15.4 miles
Beeds Lake 5.7 miles
Big Wall Lake 17.5 miles
Boylan Creek 20.9 miles
Buffalo Creek 7.4 miles
Clark Lake 26.3 miles
Coon Creek 20.1 miles
Dailey Creek 24.4 miles
DeLongs Creek 11.8 miles
Dodges Beach 26.4 miles
East Twin Lake 23.3 miles
Elk Run 14.9 miles
Elm Lake 17.3 miles
Farmers Beach 26.4 miles
Flay Creek 14.1 miles
Fockler Creek 18.8 miles
Gehrkes Lake 22.8 miles
Gran Creek 23.9 miles
Hartgrave Creek 19.8 miles
Lake Considine 21.4 miles
Lake Cornelia 18.1 miles
Lake Fin-Feather 26.2 miles
Luicks Creek 15.1 miles
Maynes Creek 22.4 miles
Morse Lake 19.3 miles
New York Branch 24.4 miles
Otter Creek 12 miles
Parmentar Creek 20.6 miles
Rapid Creek 23.6 miles
Rock Creek 26.6 miles
School Creek 17.7 miles
Sheldon Creek 12.4 miles
South Bay 26.3 miles
Spring Creek 11.7 miles
Squaw Creek 12 miles
The Shed 26.5 miles
West Otter Creek 25.9 miles
West Twin Lake 24.2 miles
Franklin County (IA) Fishing Map
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Franklin County (IA) Fishing Guides

Iowa Fishing Licenses

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About Franklin County (IA) Fishing

Whether you’re fishing for Sturgeon, Lake Trout or Blue Catfish, or one of the other fish found near Franklin County, we can tell you where to find them, how to bring them in, and who's having success. So find your new favorite fishing spot near Franklin County, and grab your favorite fishing gear. All that, including links to your local fish and wildlife websites, record catches for a location, photos, GPS coordinates for where the fish can be found, and so much more. So what are you waiting for? Pick a nearby city and get started.