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

Fish Species Found in Wayne County Area

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

Bodies of Water in Wayne County Area

181 Lakes

1,355 Rivers and Streams

257 Reservoirs

278 other

Wayne County (IA) Fishing Spots

Berndt Lake 15.9 miles
Berndt Lake Dam 15.9 miles
Brush Creek 16.1 miles
Buckworth Creek 10.1 miles
Caleb Creek 14.2 miles
Carls Creek 14.8 miles
Collier Branch 16.5 miles
Corydon Lake 5.7 miles
Crow Creek 14.6 miles
Dick Creek 8.3 miles
Elm Branch 15.1 miles
Fivemile Creek 16.1 miles
Hog Creek 12.9 miles
Hunter Creek 13.3 miles
Hylan Branch 14.6 miles
Irwin Creek 13.2 miles
Irwin Creek 13.2 miles
Jackson Creek 11.3 miles
Jonathan Creek 16.7 miles
Jordan Creek 11.4 miles
Lick Branch 15.3 miles
Lick Branch 15 miles
Lick Branch 15.3 miles
Locust Creek 11.5 miles
Long Branch 15.5 miles
Ninemile Creek 9.9 miles
Ragan Branch 14.8 miles
Sand Creek 15.8 miles
Sand Creek 15.9 miles
Seaton Lake Dam 11.7 miles
Steel Creek 13.8 miles
Turkey Creek 8.6 miles
Turkey Run 16.1 miles
Walker Branch 15.9 miles
Wildcat Creek 9.7 miles
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About Wayne County (IA) Fishing

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