Cass Lake, just northeast of the City of Cass Lake is the largest of the eight lakes that make up the Cass Lake Chain of Lakes and the eighth largest lake in Minnesota. The scenery is incredible on the 15,596-acre lake with 26.9 miles of forested shoreline and sandy beaches; plunging to 120 feet deep in areas.

This lake always ends up on someone’s list of great fishing places in Minnesota. Cass Lake offers fine populations of Walleye, Northern Pike, and Perch. It's also coveted by Muskie anglers. Cass Lake is second only to Leech Lake in the number of Muskies caught annually. Many of these trophies top the 40-pound mark. Whether you are after that one trophy Muskie or a mess of Perch, Cass Lake’s maze of steep drop-offs, mid-lake bars, and sunken islands are sure to be holding just what you have been dreaming about. Info provided by Cass Lake Area Chamber

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