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Greenfield Lake

Adair County, IA
Adair County, IA
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1 mile southwest of Greenfield
56 acres
LAKE SIZE
26 feet
MAX DEPTH
1276 feet
ELEVATION
BOATING RESTRICTIONS
Electric Motors Only
AMENITIES
Boat Landing
Trails
Playground
Restrooms
Accessible Shoreline
Picnicking
FISH TO CATCH
Bluegill
Channel Catfish
Largemouth Bass
White Crappie
Yellow Bullhead
NOTE: This list may not be all inclusive of all speices present in Greenfield Lake.
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FISHING REPORT
For information on lakes in the Southwest District call the Cold Springs office at (712) 769-2587.

Black Crappie - Slow: There is a large year class of 7 inch crappies in Greenfield. Sorting is necessary for the larger fish.

Bluegill - Fair: Troll or drift small jigs to catch 7.5 inch bluegill.

Channel Catfish - Fair: Fish cut bait or stinkbait around the jetty's for best success. Anglers have the opportunity to catch a trophy sized channel cat at Greenfield.

Greenfield will offer good bass fishing this summer. Catfishing has been good.

Largemouth Bass - Good: Greenfield has a good bass population with a high percentage of 14 to 16 inch fish.

Source: Iowa DNR

FISHING FORECAST
The fishery in Greenfield Lake will again provide average fishing in 2019. The fisheries survey from 2018 indicates fair numbers of largemouth bass from 13 to 18 inches. The bluegill population is abundant with fish up to 8-inches. The black crappie population is good with the dominate size 8 inches and larger size group at 11 inches. Anglers can expect to sort bluegills and crappies this summer. Greenfield Lake is a good catfishing lake with excellent numbers of fish over 20-inches. Walleyes stocked annually by Adair County add to this fishery. Fish surveys from 2018 indicate good number to 16 to 22 inch walleyes. Yellow bullheads (10 to 13-inches) round out the fishery. A walking path circles the lake and provides great shore line access for fishing. Being a water supply reservoir boats are restricted to electric motor only.(2019)

PLACES TO SAY
STAY 22: Greenfield Lake
CONTACT / CONTROLLING AUTHORITY
Grant Gelly, Conservation Officer; 712-250-0303; [email protected]
Bryan Hayes, Fisheries Biologist; 712-769-2587; [email protected]
NOTICE: Lake-Link Inc assumes no responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions of the information for Greenfield Lake. Although we strive to provide the most accurate information as we can the information contained in this page is provided on an "as is" basis with no guarantees of completeness, accuracy, usefulness or timeliness.
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