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Little Sioux Park Lake

General Information

County: Woodbury
Location: 2 miles south of Correctionville
Acres: 13.00
Maximum Depth: 31.4 ft. (2015)
Motoring Restrictions: Electric Motors Only

Nearby Parks

Amenities

Amenities at Little Sioux Park Lake include:
  • Picnic Area
  • Beach
  • Playground
  • Restrooms
  • Camping
  • Good/Excellent Shorefishing
  • Carry Down Boat Launch
  • Accessible Shoreline
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  • 05/23/2013 - 1,300 Channel Catfish (5.1")
  • 05/24/2011 - 1,368 Channel Catfish (Cage)
The Fishing Regulations brochure is available for download. The summaries listed below are a partial listing provided for your benefit.

  • 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:
Little Sioux Park boasts very clear water, which can make fishing difficult. In spring, fish for bluegill in the northeast end of the lake and look for nests. Bluegills are commonly 7.5- to 8-inches. Later in the year drift fish the main body of the lake in deeper water. The largemouth bass population is fair. Most bass are sub-legal size, but a few larger fish can be found once in a while. Channel catfish are numerous, but their body condition isn't great. Channel catfish stockings have been reduced to improve the body condition of the catfish already in the lake.(2017)

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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.