Q Pond City Park

General Information

County: Clarke
Location: NW edge Osceola
Acres: 14.00
Maximum Depth: 15 ft. (1979)
Motoring Restrictions:

Nearby Parks

Amenities

Amenities at Q Pond City Park include:
  • Boat Access
  • Trails
  • Gravel Boat Ramp
  • Accessible Shoreline
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Download Printable Fishing Structures Map

You can zoom in on the map for bathymetric information for some lakes

  • 09/23/2013 - 594 Channel Catfish (8.7")
  • 09/06/2011 - 214 Channel Catfish (8.5")
  • 09/08/2009 - 238 Channel Catfish (8.0")
The Fishing Regulations brochure is available for download. The summaries listed below are a partial listing provided for your benefit.

  • Black Crappie
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: combined black and white crappie, 25 fish
    • Possession Limit: unlimited
    • Length Limit: none
    • Other: No daily limit on private waters
  • Bluegill
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: 25 fish
    • Possession Limit: unlimited
    • Length Limit: none
    • Other: No daily limit on private waters
  • Channel Catfish
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: combined: channel, blue and flathead catfish, 8 fish
    • Possession Limit: combined: channel, blue and flathead catfish, 30 fish
    • Length Limit: none
    • Other:
  • Largemouth Bass
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: combined black bass, 3 fish
    • Possession Limit: combined black bass, 6 fish
    • Length Limit: 15-inch minimum
    • Other:
  • White Crappie
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: combined black and white crappie, 25 fish
    • Possession Limit: unlimited
    • Length Limit: none
    • Other: No daily limit on private waters
Spring electrofishing indicated a high abundance of largemouth bass with most bass less than 15 inches in length. Bluegills were sampled in moderate abundance with most fish less than 8 inches in length, but some larger ones are available to anglers. Crappies were sampled in moderate to high abundance with most fish ranging 7-11 inches.(2016)

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Iowa-Caught Fish Are Safe to Eat, In Almost All Cases

The vast majority of Iowa’s streams, rivers and lakes offer safe and high-quality fish that pose little or no threat to human health if consumed. Some limitations may apply for young children and pregnant women. Here’s a Fish Consumption Fact Sheet from the Iowa DNR and the Iowa Dept. of Public Health for more information. Here is a list of current fish consumption advisories for Iowa lakes and rivers.