Blackwater River, Missouri

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Located in west-central Missouri, the Blackwater River is a tributary of the Lamine River and is about 80 miles long. This river was actually named after an American native word that means “black water”. The Blackwater River is part of the Mississippi watershed and starts in the southwest corner of Lafayette County. It is a great river for a recreational kayaking and canoeing.

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RIVER SIZE:
Blackwater River in Missouri is around 80 miles long.

CONTACT INFO AND DIRECTIONS:

From Pittsville, Missouri, head north on MO-131 N toward US-50 E 10.7 mi. Slight left onto S 2nd St 1.3 mi. Turn right onto Old U.S. 40 0.6 mi. Take the Interstate 70 E/U.S. 40 E ramp 0.2 mi. Merge onto I-70 E/US-40 E 51.1 mi. Take exit 89 toward Missouri K N/Blackwater/Arrow Rock 0.3 mi. Turn left at Bryant Bottom Rd 0.1 mi. Turn left onto State Hwy M 0.1 mi. Take the 1st right onto State Hwy K (destination will be on the left) 2.0 mi.

FISH SPECIES:
Largemouth Bass, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Sunfish

ACTIVITIES:
Fishing
WATER SPORTS:
Canoeing
Kayaking

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