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

Fish Species Found in Shelby County Area

Largemouth Bass,  Catfish,  Bream/Bluegill,  Crappie,  Smallmouth Bass,  Bullhead,  Perch,  Carp,  Flathead Catfish,   and 16 more

Bodies of Water in Shelby County Area

53 Lakes

500 Rivers and Streams

170 Reservoirs

177 other

Shelby County (IA) Fishing Spots

Ballard Creek 16.5 miles
Bedell Creek 17 miles
Bluegrass Creek 21.7 miles
Bonnie Creek 10.6 miles
Buck Creek 17.8 miles
Bull Run 14 miles
Buss Creek 18.5 miles
Coon Creek 18.9 miles
Crabapple Creek 21.9 miles
Dutch Branch 11.4 miles
East Boyer River 20.6 miles
Elk Creek 6.8 miles
Elkhorn Creek 15.8 miles
Elm Creek 6.7 miles
Hay Creek 22.1 miles
Jim Creek 20.3 miles
Kidds Creek 3.8 miles
Long Branch 7.2 miles
Lytles Creek 17.2 miles
Malony Branch 18.9 miles
Mill Creek 18.3 miles
Moser Creek 8.2 miles
Mud Creek 19 miles
Paradise Creek 17.8 miles
Picayune Creek 19.8 miles
Richardson Creek 19.7 miles
Rocky Run 21.4 miles
Spring Creek 17 miles
Squaw Creek 15.9 miles
Walnut Creek 20.7 miles
Welsh Creek 18.4 miles
Willow Creek 18 miles
Willow Creek 7 miles
Wolf Creek 12.3 miles
Wolf Creek 12.3 miles
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About Shelby County (IA) Fishing

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