The third largest spring in Missouri provides one and a half miles of spring branch fishing and 12 miles of Red ribbon fishing on the Niangua river for Rainbows and Trophy Browns. First stocked in 1900 and acquired by the state in 1923, it continues as a popular destination.
This small trout river starts at the Roaring River Spring, then runs through 3 fishing zones offering anglers a wide variety of fishing skills. Stocked each day during the trout season with hundreds of rainbow trout, this trout fishery is considered one of the best in Missouri.
Montauk is the most rustic of the four Missouri trout parks and offers you a variety of fishing experiences. During the regular season, trout are stocked daily in about 2 1/2 miles of stream ranging from 20 to 50 feet wide.
Maramec Spring is an exceptionally beautiful spring and produces an average of 96,000,000 gallons of water per day. The spring branch here is a mile long, with no fishing allowed upstream of the road bridge. Unlike the other three Missouri trout parks, Maramec has no separate fishing zones.