Sunday, September 12, 2010

Lakes of Eagan series #6

Fish Lake is of our 16 primary lakes in Eagan. Just East of Pilot Knob, North of Wescott Road and East of Denmark Avenue, this 31.4 acre lake with a maximum depth of 33 feet is situated near the City Hall and Dakota County Library.
The fish species include: bluegills, bullheads, catfish, large mouth bass, northern pike, perch and walleyes. Beyond the parking lot, one finds a boat ramp, walking trail and fishing pier. I wanted to take out the green canoe for a scenic ride...



9 comments:

  1. And, did you take the canoe for a ride? It's a wonderful way to enjoy a calm, serene lake; your girls would love it. How about fishing? Do you enjoy that too? That also is very therapeutic.

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  2. Looks a calm sort of place. What is it that's for rent?

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  3. un bel endroit pour les amateurs de peches

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  4. What a fantastic variety of fish in your lake. I am envious. You know how Manila's waterways are all dead. :(

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  5. I could travel by canoe only once in my life. It was an amazing experience.

    Regards

    Valery

    [Barcelona Daily Photo]

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  6. This seems to be a great place to explore. I would love to!

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  7. «Louis» is surprise to read that the omnipresent Congressional Bottomfeeder isn't listed among the species of fish...
    ;-D

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  8. Just in case your loyal readers haven't seen examples of that predator fish species, the Congressional Bottomfeeder, here are three varieties of the species:
    1) The Wide Mouth Pelosi
    2) The Finger-Flipping Reid
    and
    3) The Banking Queen Frank

    All three are members of the sub-species corruptus democratus.

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