Bourbeuse River, Missouri

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Like the Big River, the Bourbeuse River is a tributary of the Meramec River in the beautiful Ozarks of Missouri. This river starts near Phelps county and passes through four other counties (Maries, Gasconade, Crawford, and Franklin Counties), before emptying out into the Meramec River near Moselle. This river is about 154 miles long, and is great spot for leisurely canoe trip and fishing.

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RIVER SIZE:
Bourbeuse River in Missouri has 539,456 surface acres and is 154 miles long.

CONTACT INFO AND DIRECTIONS:
(573) 468-3335

From Phelps County, head south on State Hwy Uu toward Co Rd 2059 0.1 mi. Take the 2nd left onto MO-96 E/E Hwy 66 14.3 mi. Take the ramp onto I-44 E 167 mi. Take exit 225 toward MO-185 N/Missouri D/Sullivan 0.2 mi. Turn right toward W Springfield Rd 466 ft. Turn right onto W Springfield Rd 0.2 mi. Turn right onto Elmont Rd 1.9 mi. Continue onto MO-185 N 0.3 mi. Turn right to stay on MO-185 N 6.3 mi. Slight left onto Wenkel Ford Rd 2.9 mi.

GENERAL:
Float Trip

CAMPING:
Camping available at Devil’s Back Floats Campground

FISH SPECIES:
Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Sunfish, Rock Fish, Golden Redhorse

ACTIVITIES:
Fishing
Bird Watching
WATER SPORTS:
Canoeing

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