Lake Profiles

Norway Lake

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Norway Lake

Norway is a multi basin productive lake located in Kandiyohi County. There are 328 lake homes/cabins, 53 residential vehicles and 2 resorts that exist along the lakeshore.

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Yellow Lake

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Yellow Lake

Every lake boasts about the size of their fish, but Yellow Lake in Burnett County of northwest Wisconsin doesn’t need to boast. It has the record to prove it.

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Detroit Lake

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Detroit Lake

Whether you are looking for a nature getaway, an active family vacation or a pampered rest, Big and Little Detroit Lake have it all.

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Lake Mille Lacs

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Lake Mille Lacs

Nearest Town: Garrison Primary County: Mille Lacs Size: 128223.89 acres Max Depth: 42’ Water Clarity: 10’ The discovery of spiny water flea adds one more layer of complexity to the bottom of the Mille Lacs food web. Spiny water fleas eat zooplankton, which is also eaten by young perch, walleye, and other species of fish. […]

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Lake Waconia

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Lake Waconia

Nearest Town: Waconia Primary County: Carver Size: 3080.29 acres Max Depth: 37’ Water Clarity: 4.8’ Lake Waconia in Carver County is a 2,996-acre lake that has a diversity of aquatic habitats which create a popular multi-species fishery. The lake is primarily managed for walleye, largemouth bass, and muskellunge and secondarily for bluegill, black crappie, and […]

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Lake Ida

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Lake Ida

Nearest Town: Leaf Valley Primary County: Douglas Size: 4426.74acres Max Depth: 106’ Water Clarity: 11’ Lake Ida is a large (4,289 acres), moderately fertile basin located northwest of Alexandria. Mean depth is approximately 28.0 feet. Maximum depth exceeds 100.0 feet. Residential development surrounding the lake is considered moderate to heavy. Water quality and clarity are […]

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