About Pimushe Lake
Pimushe Lake is moderately sized at 1,365 acres. Seven miles end to end, it reaches depths of 40 feet. Long and narrow, its shoreline is undeveloped and irregular, with many small bays and islands. Pimushe has a diverse fish community, and a reputation for producing mixed stringers of quality size fish. Species range from walleye, large-mouth bass, northern pike and crappie, to bluegills well in the 10 inch size being common.