Grannis Creek

General Information

County: Fayette
Location: Located in Grannis Creek Wildlife Management Area, 3.5 miles southeast of Fayette off of Grannis Road.
Acres: 1.50
Maximum Depth:
Motoring Restrictions:

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Amenities

Amenities at Grannis Creek include:
  • Good/Excellent Shorefishing
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  • Annual 2020 - 8,732 Rainbow Trout (12)
  • annual 2019 - 3,578 Brook Trout (10.8)
  • annual 2019 - 4,836 Rainbow Trout (10.8)
  • annual 2018 - 3,555 Brook Trout (2-3/lb)
  • annual 2018 - 4,370 Rainbow Trout (2-3/lb)
  • annual 2017 - 1,495 Brook Trout (2-3/lb)
  • annual 2017 - 7,237 Rainbow Trout (2-3/lb)
  • annual 2016 - 915 Brook Trout (2-3/lb)
  • annual 2016 - 8,805 Rainbow Trout (2-3/lb)
  • annual 2015 - 1,270 Brook Trout (2-3/lb)
  • annual 2015 - 8,019 Rainbow Trout (2-3/lb)
  • annual 2014 - 2,250 Brook Trout (2-3/lb)
  • annual 2014 - 7,320 Rainbow Trout (2-3/lb)
  • annual 2013 - 1,620 Brook Trout (2-3/lb)
  • annual 2013 - 10,354 Rainbow Trout (2-3/lb)
  • annual 2012 - 1,576 Brook Trout (2-3/lb)
  • annual 2012 - 10,970 Rainbow Trout (2-3/lb)
The Fishing Regulations brochure is available for download. The summaries listed below are a partial listing provided for your benefit.

  • Brown Trout
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: combined trout (brook, brown, and rainbow) - 5 fish
    • Possession Limit: combined trout (brook, brown, and rainbow) - 10 fish
    • Length Limit: none
    • Other: Anglers must have paid the Trout Fee to fish for or possess trout
  • Rainbow Trout
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: combined trout (brook, brown, and rainbow) - 5 fish
    • Possession Limit: combined trout (brook, brown, and rainbow) - 10 fish
    • Length Limit: none
    • Other: Anglers must have paid the Trout Fee to fish for or possess trout
  • White Sucker
    • Season: Continuous
    • Daily Bag Limit: none
    • Possession Limit: unlimited
    • Length Limit: none
    • Other: May be taken by hand fishing, by snagging, by spear or by bow and arrow, day or night.
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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.