Perrault Lake

Roughly 8 miles long and 4 miles wide Perrault Lake is filled with varying forms of dramatic structure, islands, steep drop-offs, and plenty of weedy bays. It is a fairly clear water lake, and almost hazard-less, making it ideal for for novice boaters. If you feel adventurous there is access direct to 5 other lakes, no taking your boat out of the water. Walleye, northern, smallmouth and perch are the most sought after fish, however, whitefish and muskie coming in a close second.

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