Wyaconda River, Missouri

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Located southeast of Iowa and northeast of Missouri, the Wyaconda River is a 5th order spring. From surveys back in 1988, there were around 45 species of fish in the area which makes this an interesting go to place for fishing enthusiasts.

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RIVER SIZE:
Wyaconda River in Missouri has 293,120 surface acres and 47 miles long.

CONTACT INFO AND DIRECTIONS:

From Ewing, head north on Gilead St toward E Main St 0.2 mi. Turn right onto Clow Ave 0.2 mi. Take the 2nd left onto State Hwy C 2.6 mi. Turn right to stay on State Hwy C 10.6 mi. Continue onto N 7th St 0.3 mi. Turn left onto W Washington St 0.3 mi. Turn left onto US-61 BUS N/N Main St/Rte B/State Hwy B. Continue to follow US-61 BUS N/State Hwy B 1.1 mi.

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

ACTIVITIES:
Fishing
Camping
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