About Moose Lake

Moose Lake is located near Bemidji, Blackduck and Cass Lake. Its clear, spring-fed waters cover 632 acres, extend 2.2 miles in length and reach a maximum depth of 72 feet. Its seven miles of shoreline are surrounded by the Chippewa National Forest, and it is known for a variety of fish including walleye, northern Pike, black crappie, bluegill, largemouth bass, yellow perch, rock bass and bullheads. The lake has good shoreline vegetation, some deeper holes and several good points with sandbars. You can’t go wrong with a stay in one of the Minnesota Northwoods lakeside resorts.

Types of Fish