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Red Lake

Physical Features:

Elevation: 305 feet
Area: 366 acres
Shoreline Length: 5.3 miles
Max Depth: 47 feet
Mean Depth: 27 feet
Town: Theresa

Access:

DEC beach launch site on Greenacre Road, about 4 miles north of the Hamlet of Theresa.

Fish Species:

Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Walleye, Yellow Perch, Black Crappie, Bluegill, Brown Bullhead

Fishing:

Largemouth bass and northern pike are the most common gamefish in Red Lake with largemouths up to 20" commonly reported and pike up to 25" fairly common. Black crappie over 12" are available and, for a change of pace, legal size chain pickerel are present. Walleye abundance is quite variable, but walleye over 20" are not unusual. As of 2012, Red Lake had been stocked with small walleye fingerlings for several years. The lake is also directly connected to the Indian River, which has a robust, natural walleye population.

Regulations:

Special Angling Regulations apply.


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