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

Fish Species Found in Winneshiek County Area

Bream/Bluegill,  Catfish,  Largemouth Bass,  Rainbow Trout,  Redear Sunfish,  Smallmouth Bass,  

Bodies of Water in Winneshiek County Area

3 Lakes

35 Rivers and Streams

1 other

Winneshiek County (IA) Fishing Spots

Bass Creek 11.1 miles
Black Falls 13.6 miles
Brockamp Creek 9.6 miles
Burr Oak Creek 3.8 miles
Canoe Creek 17.3 miles
Chihaks Creek 10.9 miles
Cold Water Creek 13.4 miles
Coon Creek 15.2 miles
Crane Creek 16 miles
Deer Creek 16.9 miles
Dry Branch 14.3 miles
Dry Run 6.8 miles
Dry Run 17.2 miles
East Pine Creek 14.7 miles
Elliott Creek 16.9 miles
Hawks Ponds 17.2 miles
Krumm Creek 7 miles
Lake Meyer 4.3 miles
Lake Meyer 3.7 miles
Lake Meyer Dam 3.7 miles
Martha Creek 11 miles
Minor Creek 13.3 miles
Mullens Creek 13.3 miles
Nutting Creek 17.6 miles
Otter Creek 6 miles
Pine Creek 11.9 miles
Pine Creek 11.9 miles
Quinn Creek 16.7 miles
Rogers Creek 6.3 miles
Silver Creek 13.9 miles
Silver Creek 12.1 miles
Simpson Creek 17.7 miles
Ten Mile Creek 7.6 miles
Trout Creek 7.4 miles
Trout Creek 12.4 miles
Trout River 13.3 miles
Trout Run 8.5 miles
Turner Creek 16.1 miles
Walnut Creek 5.3 miles
Wonder Creek 3.2 miles
Winneshiek County (IA) Bait Shops, Tackle Shops, and Fishing Spots
Fishing Spots
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Winneshiek County (IA) Fishing Charters

Iowa Fishing Licenses

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About Winneshiek County (IA) Fishing

Whether you’re fishing for Bream/Bluegill, Green Sunfish or Warmouth, or one of the other fish found near Winneshiek 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 Winneshiek 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.