Three Island Lake: Fishing at It’s Finest
November 6, 2019
It may be small, but Three Island Lake is an undiscovered angler’s paradise. The sixth lake on the Turtle River chain, it is two miles long and half a mile wide. This means it can be fished even when wind keeps boats off larger lakes. It has an average depth of 6 feet, a maximum depth of 30 feet, and water clarity readings of 12 to 14 feet. It has a strong walleye population, in numbers and size. Anglers often find success with large-mouth bass, northern pike, and panfish in the lake as well.
Located in Buena Vista Forest, Wood Haven is the only resort on this great fishing lake. With fishing is the primary activity at this quiet resort, it is a perfect resort for a weekend fishing trip. Their modern cabins include a boat rental with stay. Other amenities available include: launching, docking, motor rental, and gas.
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