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Lake Mille Lacs

Lake Mille Lacs

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Lake Mille Lacs is slightly more than 200 square miles, or approximately 132,000 acres of lake surface. It is a shallow lake, averaging less than 40 feet in depth, with mud flats found in the center and many reefs and gravel bars along the lake’s thousands of miles of shoreline.
The number one game fish in Mille Lacs is the walleye, followed closely by the yellow perch. The lake is also home to a healthy population of northern pikes, muskies, smallmouth bass, bullhead, and carp. To decide where and when you want to set up your rod and reel, you can access up-to-date fishing reports for the Mille Lacs area.
If you plan to visit Lake Mille Lacs during your fishing vacation in Minnesota, you may find just the right lodging at one of these family-friendly fishing resorts.
Appeldoorns Sunset Bay Resort: Year-round accommodations with all the luxuries of home.
Nitti’s Hunter’s Point Resort: Featuring modern cabins, fishing launch service and fishing guide service, RV hookups, Ice fishing shelter rental, and full-menu dining and bar.
Fisherman’s Wharf Resort: Boasting 90 acres on the SE shore of the lake and complete lake access through Sunset Bay, as well as a protected harbor and sugar-sand beach.
Hunter Winfields Resort: Located in Isle Bay, in the SE corner of Mille Lacs, they offer log cabin rentals, guide fishing, boat and pontoon rentals, fishing launch services and even ice house rentals including DirecTV.
For refreshment during your visit, you can get great malts and an indoor/outdoor kids’ space at Happy’s Drive-In in Onamia, MN; or try Dari VI Drive-In’s legendary blueberry pancake breakfast in Isle. You could also grab a steak for the campsite grill at Meat on Mille Lacs.



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