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

Fish Species Found in Monroe County Area

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

Bodies of Water in Monroe County Area

211 Lakes

1,210 Rivers and Streams

223 Reservoirs

701 other

Monroe County (IA) Fishing Spots

Bee Branch 8.7 miles
Bee Branch 5.4 miles
Bleubaugh Creek 11.1 miles
Boyd Branch 13 miles
Buck Branch 13.7 miles
Buzzard Creek 11.6 miles
Coal Creek 2.1 miles
Contrary Creek 6.8 miles
Ham Branch 10 miles
Honey Creek 11.2 miles
Inghram Branch 2.7 miles
J & K Lite House 10.3 miles
Kinser Creek 7.4 miles
Lake Miami 8.2 miles
Lake Miami Dam 8.2 miles
Lake Sundown 13.7 miles
Lake Sundown 13.9 miles
Lake Sundown Dam 13.7 miles
Maxon Reservoir 4.6 miles
Moffatt Branch 5.8 miles
Mormon Branch 5.1 miles
Mormon Branch 8.1 miles
Mormon Creek 8.7 miles
Rathbun Dam 11.7 miles
Rathbun Lake 12.4 miles
Sage Creek 14.8 miles
Snyder Branch 14.3 miles
Tackle This 14.1 miles
Treasure Chest 2.5 miles
Turkey Run 14.2 miles
Walnut Creek 14.1 miles
White Ash Branch 10.8 miles
Whites Creek 8.8 miles
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About Monroe County (IA) Fishing

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