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Redfield Alerts:

Enjoy Year Round Fishing

Purchase licenses - Fishing licenses may be purchased at these following locations in Redfield:

  • Appel Oil - 833 3rd St W
  • One Stop -107 7th Ave W
  • Redfield Food Center - 516 Main St
  • Spink Co. Treasurer - 210 7th Ave E
  • Ace Hardware - 525 Main St
  • Or on line at  www.gfp.sd.gov

 

Purchase bait at following locations in Redfield:

  • Appel Oil - 833 3rd St W
  • Ace Hardware - 525 Main St

 

Area Lakes:

SD GF&P has an app that shows the public hunting lands and the public access for fishing; one can click on the SD Public Fishing Access and a map comes up to show all kinds of info.  SD Public Fishing Access

   

Lake Redfield          ( For the most current and additional information CLICK HERE )

Western edge of Redfield, SD.
Species: PIKE, PERCH, BASS, BULLHEAD, CRAPPIE, BLUEGILL, largemouth bass, northern pike
Facilities: toilets, comfort stations, picnic shelters, play grounds

Shorefishing: Redfield Dam
Redfield Dam is a 170-acre impoundment with good shore fishing access. The City of Redfield manages a city park and campground on the northern shore which includes boat ramp, landing dock, picnic shelter, toilets and large mowed peninsula near lakes edge (emergent vegetation may limit shore angling access in some locations).

Shorefishing: Redfield Lake - Fishing Pier
Floating Fishing Pier managed by City of Redfield

Boat Ramp: Lake Redfield City Park
Facilities: Single Lane Boat Ramp, 
Managed and operated by City of Redfield

 

Turtle Creek          ( For the most current and additional information CLICK HERE )

 

Cottonwood Lake          ( For the most current and additional information CLICK HERE )

Species:  PERCH, PIKE, BULLHEAD

Shorefishing: Cottonwood Lake - Public Beach
Facilities: No Facilities

Boat Ramp: Cottonwood Lake - Appel Landing
Fcilities: Small boat ramp

Comments: Private Property - open to public, Maitained by Lake Association

Boat Ramp: Cottonwood Lake-SE
Facilities: Shore Fishing, Single Lane Boat Ramp, Dock. Toilet

Boat Ramp: Cottonwood Lake-SW
Facilities: Single lane Boat Ramp, Dock, Toilet

  

Twin Lakes          ( For the most current and additional information CLICK HERE )

Twin Lake is a 1235-acre natural lake. A gravel trail leads to boat ramp and large tract of state owned land (GPA) that borders Twin Lake along the eastern shore and provides unimproved shore fishing access.

Species: WALLEYE, PIKE, BULLHEAD, PERCH, CRAPIE
Facilities: boat ramp

Shorefishing: Twin Lakes-NW
Facilities: No Facilities
Several shore fishing locations

Boat Ramp: Twin Lakes-Spink
Facilities: Shore Fishing, Boat Ramp, Boat Dock, Toilet,

  

Lake Dudley          ( For the most current and additional information CLICK HERE )

Facilities: Boat Ramp, Docks
Species: LARGEMOUTH BASS, BULLHEAD, PIKE, PERCH

 

James River
James River Fisher Grove
          (
For the most current and additional information CLICK HERE )

Park Entrance is Required
Facilities: State Park, Picnic tables, Shore Fishing, Toilets, Campground, Boat Ramp
Species: BULLHEAD, PIKE, WALLEYE

 

Spink County Dam LU

Facilities: Single Lane Boat Ramp, Picnic tables, Toilet, Shore Fishing
Species: BULLHEAD, PIKE, WALLEYE

 

Mirage Lake          ( For the most current and additional information CLICK HERE )

Species: PERCH, PIKE, BULLHEAD, CRAPPIE

Boat Ramp: Mirage lake
Facilities: Single Lane Boat Ramp, Dock, Shore Fishing

 

Mud Lake          ( For the most current and additional information CLICK HERE )

Mudd Lake is a 400-acre natural lake. A gravel trail leads to boat ramp and large tract of state owned land (GPA) that borders Mudd Lake along the northwest shore and provides unimproved shore fishing access.

Species: BLACK CRAPPIE, NORTHERN PIKE, WALLEYE

Boat Ramp: Mud Lake
Facilities: Single-lane Boat Ramp with Roll-In Dock

Shorefishing: Mud Lake
Facilities: No Facilities