Information about Glenwood's Pelican Lake

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Pelicanaerial_1 Pelican Lake is a 519-acre lake located in central Pope County near Glenwood and Long Beach. The Lake is within the Chippewa River watershed with water entering Pelican Lake from Trapper's Run creek. Pelican Lake is connected to Lake Minnewaska via a heavily vegetated channel, which passes under State Highway 29. Most of the shoreline remains fairly undeveloped and is comprised of woodlands and marsh areas. A public access is located on the northeast corner of the lake.

Pelican Lake is primarily managed for sunfish and largemouth bass, but walleyes are stocked to maintain a "bonus" fishery. Northern pike are also abundant, with numerous sizes present within the lake, and has the potential to provide a very quality fishery to the angler. Other species in abundance are bluegill, black crappie, and largemouth bass. All three species combine to support a well-balanced, quality fish community. In particular, largemouth bass should provide a quality fishery based on size of fish sampled in 2005 lake survey results.


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