Loutre River

The Loutre River is a 58.4-mile-long (94.0 km) tributary of the Missouri River in the United States. The Loutre River, beginning as Little Loutre Creek in Audrain County, is fed along its path by many small creeks and streams. It flows into the Missouri River from the north in Montgomery County opposite the town of Hermann. Loutre, meaning "otter", was applied to the river by French trappers.

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... illegally discharged hog waste from its holding ponds into the Loutre River ... the EPA said 53,000 fish were killed along a five-mile stretch of the river ... The Missouri Department of Conservation owns and maintains the Loutre Lick Public Fishing Access (163 acres) 3 miles south of I-70 on Route N (Mineola exit) then ...

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