Zumbro River-Millville to Kellogg Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Lofty outcrops and wooded bluffs tower above the placid lower Zumbro. Below Millville, the streambed consists largely of sand. Gone are the rapids and rocky shallows that characterized the previous section of river. On the plus side, the Zumbro digs ever deeper into its valley. Bluffs and cliffs are loftier and more impressive than ever. A thick bottomland forest flanks the river.
Because the streambed is made up largely of shifting sand, game fish are less plentiful and harder to find than in the rockier upper reaches of the Zumbro. There are, however, some saugers, channel cats, and northern pike; look for them in deep holes with woody cover."