Twelve Mile Creek Lake
4 miles east of Creston
42 ft. (2007 - Data collected as part of the statewide lake mapping program.)
No Size Limit at No Wake
Amenities at Twelve Mile Creek Lake include:
- Boat Access
- Fishing Jetty
- Accessible Facilities
- Good/Excellent Shorefishing
- Hard Surface Boat Ramp
|Most water temperatures in the Mount Ayr District lakes are below 80 degrees. River flows are variable with recent rains. The district includes Page, Taylor, Adams, Union, Ringgold, Decatur, Clarke, and Madison counties. For more information call: 641-464-3108.|
|Twelve Mile lake access is good.|
|Bluegill - Slow: Bluegills up to 9 inches have been caught on small jigs in 12 foot of water along the weed lines and on the roadbed.|
|Crappie - Fair: Crappies up to 13 inches have been caught trolling small crankbaits and drift fishing open water.|
|Walleye - Slow: Walleye up to 20 inches have been caught trolling crankbaits along flooded timber.|
Largemouth bass were sampled in high abundance with some exceeding 19 inches. Walleye were sampled in moderate abundance with a strong size class of 12 inches. Bluegills were sampled in moderate abundance with some exceeding 9 inches. Crappies were sampled in moderate to high abundance with most around 10 inches. (2013)
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