The Le Sueur River is known for great paddling adventures.
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Water Watch Stream Flow (USGS)
Site Number: c05320500 LE SUEUR RIVER NEAR RAPIDAN, MN
Le Sueur River Paddling Guide – Paddling.com
Paddling Minnesota (Book)
Le Sueur River Mainstem
Le Sueur River by Jet Boat
Cruise up the Le Sueur River from the confluence to the Cobb River. Accessed from the Minnesota River in Mankato, up the Blue Earth River, and up to the Le Sueur River. The Le Sueur River is a very shallow, very rocky river but due to high water I was able to navigate it quite easily.
Paddling the Le Sueur River- Water level at bridge gauge 3 feet
Paddling the Le Sueur River. We paddled from Highway 41 to Highway 22. Lots of rain made for a fun, comfortable run.
Big Cobb River
Kayaking Big Cobb River – Water level at bridge gauge 2 feet
By Russell Sabo (6-24-12)
Kayaking the Big Cobb River. We put-in at the County Road 16 bridge and took-out at the LeSueur River bridge on County Road 16. There were lots of strainers, but none of them were river-wide.
Kayaking Big Cobb River – Water level at bridge gauge 2 ¼ feet
By Russell Sabo (6-7-15)
Kayaking on the Big Cobb River 6-7-15. The level was just over 2 1/4 feet on the bridge gauge. The trip was from the County Rd 16 put-in to the County Rd 16 take-out at the Le Seuer River bridge.
Kayaking Big Cobb River – Water level at bridge gauge 4 feet
Paddling the Big Cobb River. The level was 4 feet according to the bridge gauge. Removed an ugly hanging branch strainer to clear the way for everybody else and reduce the need for portaging.
Kayaking Maple River – Water level at bridge gauge 3 feet
Paddling the Maple River near Good Thunder, MN. The trip was from the CR 35 bridge to the confluence with the Le Sueur River. We continued on until the Highway 90 take-out.
Maple River kayak trip – Early Spring
By: Jim Chimner (3-15-15_