North Lindstrom Lake
North Lindstrom Lake is a fertile 137 acre lake located within the city of Lindstrom, Minnesota. The lake’s south shore is connected to South Lindstrom Lake by a narrow channel that is navigable by small boat (<14′) at normal water levels. North Center lake is connected to the northeast end of the lake.>at normal water levels. North Center lake is connected to the northeast end of the lake.
Facilities and Parks:
The only access (other than from South Lindstrom Lake) is on the south end of the shore and there is no parking or boat ramp.
The lack of access to North Lindstrom Lake makes it the most fertile lake in the area. Bringing your small boat from South Lindstrom lake will be well worth it. An angler fishing North Lindstrom Lake is likely to encounter a good number of nice sized walleye or an occasional larger northern pike. An abundance of smaller largemouth are available with some quality sized bass also possible. Currently, a good number of smaller bluegill sunfish and black crappie will keep panfish anglers busy.
Fishing Tips, Tactics, How-To info:
Shoreline fishing has accounted for a lot of the open water fishing pressure on North Lindstrom Lake. Individuals who do not have access to a boat may want to consider this lake for bank fishing.