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Leech Lake

Leech Lake is located in north central Minnesota. Leech Lake is known for its clean and clear water and miles of sandy shorelines. Legendary Leech Lake is commonly sought out by anglers for its numerous walleyes and giant muskies.

  • 112,000 Acres

  • Max Depth 156'

  • 195 Miles of Shore Line

  • Site of the World Famous Leech Lake Muskie Rampage of 1955

Lake Bemidji

Lake Bemidji is located in Northern Minnesota. The town of Bemidji sits on the shores of Lake Bemidji. Lake Bemidji is known for the size structure of its muskies, abundance of northern pike, and natural walleye population.

  • 6,420 Acres

  • Max Depth 77'

Cass Lake

Cass Lake is located in the Chippewa National Forest in Northern Minnesota.

Crystal clear water and sandy shorelines dominate Cass Lake. Cass Lake is a phenomenal muskie lake and fantastic walleye fishery. 

  • 16,000 Acres

  • Max Depth 121'

  • 26 Miles of Shore line

  • Part of the Cass Lake chain of lakes

Smaller Lakes

Northern Minnesota is full of smaller lakes that offer fantastic fishing opportunities. These many smaller lakes offer the premier fishing Northern Minnesota is known for with minimal boat traffic. Some of the biggest fish caught each year come from these lakes. There are too many lakes to name, but here are a few we fish:

  • Lake Plantagenet

  • Big Wolf Lake

  • Little Wolf Lake

  • Grace Lake

  • Big Lake

  • Big Turtle

  • Lake Beltrami

  • Lake Benedict

  • Pike Bay Lake

  • Steamboat Lake

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