Table Lu04: Prohibited spring activities during Spring and Fall Periods within the Niangua watershed
|Closed March 15 Through June 15|
|Niangua River||59.0||Lake of the Ozarks (9,37N,17W)||Hwy K (8,34N,18W)||Camden, Dallas, Laclede||3,5,6,7|
|Niangua River||40.0||Hwy K (8,34N,18W)||Conf. Of E. and W. Forks (33,32N,18W)||Dallas, Webster||1|
|East Fork Niangua River||0.5||Conf. of Niangua River (33,32N,18W)||T32 - T31 Line (33,32N,18W)||Webster||1|
|West Fork Niangua River||0.3||Conf. of Niangua River (33,32N,18W)||T32 - T31 Line (33,32N,18w)||Webster||1|
|Greasy Creek||12.9||Conf. with Niangua River (17,34N,19W)||South Section Line (34,33N,20W)||Dallas||2|
|Jakes Creek||4.5||Conf. with Niangua River (15,36N,18W)||First Co. Rd. Crossing (33,36N,18W)||Dallas||6|
|Dousinbury Creek||0.7||Conf. with Niangua River (11,33N,19W)||First Co. Rd. Crossing (12,33N,19W)||Dallas||2|
|Jones Creek||0.4||Conf. with Niangua River (2,32N,19W)||First Co. Rd. Crossing (11,32N,19W)||Dallas||2|
|Fourmile Creek||0.7||Conf. with Niangua River (4,34N,18W)||Hwy P (9,34N,18W)||Dallas||2|
|Little Niangua River||18.5||Lake of the Ozarks (3,38N,18W)||East Section Line (33,38N,20W)||Camden, Hickory||3,5,6,7|
|Little Niangua River||22.5||East Section Line (33,38N,20W)||East Section Line (26,36N,19W)||Camden, Dallas, Hickory||1|
|Starks Creek||2.0||Conf. with Little Niangua River (23,38N,20W)||North Section Line (22,38N,20W)||Hickory||2,3|
|Thomas Creek||2.7||Conf. with Little Niangua River (36,37N,20W)||South Section line (12,36N,20W)||Dallas, Hickory||2,3|
|Cahoochie Creek||2.5||Conf. with Thomas Creek (2,36N,20W)||West Section Line (3,36N,20W)||Dallas||2,3|
|Closed November 15 through February 15|
|Mill Creek||3.5||Conf. With Niangua River (10,36N,18W)||West Section Line (8,36N,18W)||Dallas||6|
|Niangua River||12.0||Bennett Spring (25,35N,18W)||Prosperine Access (5,35N,17W)||Laclede, Dallas||6|
1 Criteria for justifying spawning season prohibition are as follows:
- Critical habitat for Niangua darter.
- Area considered critical to the maintenance or recovery of one or more of the following sensitive species; Niangua darter, bluestripe darter, blacknose shiner, topeka shiner, eastern hellbender, pink mucket, southern brook lamprey, blue sucker, and pallid sturgeon.
- Stream reach which supports seasonal concentrations of spawning, incubating or rearing fishes of management interest including one or more of the following; walleye, sauger, white bass, rock bass, smallmouth bass, suckers, trout, and the above mentioned sensitive species.
- Remnant example of historic habitat in which the surrounding streams or stream reaches have been severely degraded by human activities.
- Designated Outstanding National or State Resource Water (or candidate for such designations) which supports a biological resource subject to damage from sand and gravel removal during periods of spawning, incubation, or rearing.
- Agency management area (special trout or black bass management area), candidate for special management, or agency owned area.
- Area containing a unique fish community or unexpectedly high biodiversity due to the presence of species considered atypical to the area.