Minnesota Lake:

Gull Lake


From the Minnesota DNR:

Gull Lake, in southern Beltrami County, has a band of bulrush around the perimeter of the lake and a gently sloping basin with a maximum depth of 23 feet. It is a typical northern Minnesota bass/panfish lake managed secondarily for walleye through alternate year fry stocking. Permits for development and vegetation removal are monitored closely to protect Gull Lake from unnecessary habitat degradation and to preserve vital bulrush stands. Walleye fishing has been excellent the last couple of years with Gull Lake being noted as one of the "hot lakes" in the area. Panfish populations are drawing concern from resort owners and local anglers because of low numbers and a perceived diminishing size of bluegills. The decline is noticeable in comparison to a bluegill population that boomed in the early 90's. No special sampling for largemouth bass, sunfish, or black crappie has been done to date

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