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Falls County Fishing Streams

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Streams in Falls County

Place USGS Topo Map
Banky Branch Lott
Barganier Slough Marlin
Bean Branch Marlin
Bee Branch Reagan
Bell Branch Cedar Springs
Big Creek Reagan
Big Elm Creek Odds
Big Sandy Creek McClanahan
Boggy Branch Lott
Bone Branch Lott
Brushy Creek McClanahan
Brushy Creek Westphalia
Buckhorn Creek Kosse West
Bull Hide Creek Robinson
Burns Branch Kosse West
Cactus Branch Westphalia
Cedar Creek Marlin
Cedar Creek McClanahan
Claybank Creek Petteway
Copperas Creek Reagan
Cottonmouth Creek Baileyville
Cottonwood Branch Cedar Springs
Cottonwood Creek Chilton
Cottonwood Creek Rosebud
Cottonwood Creek Otto
Cottonwood Creek Bruceville
Cow Bayou Marlin
Deer Creek Marlin
Dog Branch Chilton
Elm Creek McClanahan
Fish Creek Reagan
Goose Branch Reagan
Gray Springs Branch Petteway
Green Branch Kosse East
Gum Branch Cedar Springs
Highbank Creek Reagan
Highbank Slough Reagan
Hog Branch Reagan
Hogpen Creek Otto
Hoolia Creek Belfalls
Indian Grave Creek Belfalls
Keechi Creek McClanahan
Keys Creek Westphalia
Little Brushy Creek Otto
Little Deer Creek Chilton
Little Deer Creek Chilton
Little Elm Creek Odds
Little Sandy Creek McClanahan
Live Oak Creek Lott
Long Branch Chilton
Long Branch Kosse West
Long Branch Bruceville
Miller Branch Lott
Mussel Run Creek Reagan
Mustang Branch Kosse West
North Cow Bayou Bruceville
Perry Creek Marlin
Pin Oak Creek McClanahan
Polecat Creek Bremond
Poole Creek Cedar Springs
Post Oak Creek Marlin
Rocky Creek Bremond
Rocky Creek Odds
Salt Branch Bremond
Salt Creek Rosebud
Sandy Creek Marlin
Sandy Creek Kosse West
South Cow Bayou Bruceville
Spring Branch Reagan
Spring Branch Chilton
Sulfur Creek Kosse West
Tucker Creek Kosse West
Watermelon Branch Lott
Wild Horse Slough Cedar Springs
Willow Creek Bremond

Above is a map and a list of the streams in Falls County, . Many of these spots are open to public fishing. If you see a stream name that is duplicated within Falls County, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topo map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.