Top 5 Amazing Lakes in Minnesota

| April 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Top 5 Amazing Lakes in Minnesota | Minnesota is a land of thousand lakes, beautiful bays and gorgeous beaches. The tourists and holidaymakers always favor lakes because of the serene atmosphere they create with crystal clear waters. However, not all lakes have unlimited options, and not all of them would be a perfect spot to go fishing or swimming. Most of the lakes in Minnesota are clear and range in depths. They are perfect for swimming and paddling as they are fairly deep and surrounded by secluded scenery and lush greenery.

In case you are wondering which lakes to head for, here are the top five picks.

1. Rainy Lake

This is just the right spot if you’re a bass fisherman. Thus, there is a good reason why city dwellers love going to the Rainy Lake every summer weekend. This is an excellent way to spend your day and enjoy fishing as you catch walleye, crappie and northern pike. There are hundreds of miles of snowmobile tracks and a huge variety of lodging available. Do not forget to bring your cross country skis or snowshoes especially in winter.

2. Mille Lacs Lake

Mille Lacs Lake is the second largest lake and covers more than 200 miles and is deeper than 40′. This is another good spot for fishing, and one can catch Muskie, Jumbo Perch, Walleye, Northern Pike, Tullibee and Small Mouth Bass. In fact, this is the most famous fishing lake and is just ideal for family vacations. Enjoy guided fishing adventures or opt for golf or explore miles of trails that are just perfect for bicycling, hiking or riding.

3. Red Lake

The Red Lake is the largest lake in Minnesota and the second largest in the United States. In fact, it has two sections, the Upper Red Lake and Lower Red Lake. The lake is perfect for fishing, and the house rentals remain open during the winter months. One enjoys an easy access on Upper Red Lake.

4. Deer Lake

Located in Itasca County, you will find the Deer River interesting as it shifts through different shades of blue. It can be a scintillating turquoise one minute and icy blue the next. It is the mineral content that creates those scintillating shades of turquoise. It also happens to be the clearest lakes in the whole state, and you can see the fish below. There is an impressive variety of fish such as Black Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Muskellunge and Brown Bullhead I the fifty ft deep lake.

5. Lake Winnibigoshish

Another prime spot for fishing, Lake Winni is the fourth largest lake and its deepest point stretches till 78′. There is all kind of game fishing in this big lake, which is located in Cass County, Minnesota. The 70 feet deep lake supports a variety of fish including Lake Whitefish, Muskellunge, Walleye, Bluegill and Northern Pike.

It is time to enjoy a new holiday experience this season, and all you need to do is pick any of the above listed Minnesota lakes. Enjoy a great outdoor time, hiking, riding, fishing and swimming. USA TRAVEL LIGHT

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