Bass Lake is a 2,407 acre lake which is seven miles long and reaches a maximum depth of 76 feet. It has clarity of 10.75 feet. It consists of the upper basin and the lower basin connected by a 2 mile long channel. There is excellent fishing throughout the lake. Bass lake's game fish include walleye, northern pike, crappie, sunfish, perch, and large mouth bass. Shown here is Sunset Point Peninsula in the lower basin.
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Lake Information from the Department of Natural Resources
Minnesota Fishing Regulations 2016 Fishing Regulations See this for license information, seasons and limits, possession/transporting, and fish illustrations.
May 13, 2017 Walleye and Northern Pike
May 27, 2017 Large and Small Mouth Bass
Fishing Photo Gallery
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