Minnesota Lake

Midge Lake


Hubbard County

From the Minnesota DNR:

Midge Lake is located about 10 miles southeast of Bemidji. The earthen access is located on the south side of the lake with parking for about six fishing rigs. The maximum depth in Midge Lake is 24 feet, and submerged aquatic plants are present throughout most of the lake basin. The decomposition of vegetation in the winter causes Midge Lake to experience periodic partial winterkills. The last documented partial kill was during the winter of 1992-1993. Northern pike, yellow perch, and bullheads are tolerant of low oxygen levels and will typically respond quickly after winter kills. Sunfish, bass, and walleye are more susceptible to winterkill conditions and they generally must be reintroduced. Walleye fry were stocked in 1993 (after the winterkill), 1994, 1996, and 1999. Largemouth bass and black crappie adults were stocked in 1993 to reestablish populations probably decimated by winterkill.


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