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Relax on the front deck in the swing or play games in the back yard at this vacation property with shared access on Pelican Lake. A main floor bedroom and bath along with a loft give room for the family. The open floor plan with a vaulted ceiling give you space. The wood work along with the flooring give this home an up north feel. Pines and large northern Minnesota rocks are scattered along the drive. The waterfront you share with a few other property owners is a short walk or drive down the road. Take an atv ride on one of the many routes in the area or enjoy fishing on Pelican Lake for pan fish, bass and a variety of fish. The lake is over 10,000 acres in size dotted with islands and bays. Public lands are near the property so you may explore for wild life in the fall or pick berries and hike. This area and this home has so much to offer.
The snowmobile trail is not to far down the road and public lands are near the property. Numerous logging roads and trails are to the north.
Pelican Lake is over 11,000 acres in size with numerous islands scattered with pines and maple trees. The lake is known for pan fishing, bass and northern fishing. DNR had good things to report on the lake:
Black crappie abundance greatly exceeded the level for this lake type and was the highest level ever observed in Pelican Lake.
Abundance of northern pike in 2012 was essentially equal to the mean from 1959-2001 and well above the normal range for this lake type. Size has increased since the experimental regulations were enacted in 1998; the mean was 21.5 inches in 2012.
Walleye abundance was the highest level ever observed in Pelican Lake. Mean length was 17.5 inches with a range from 11.2 to 27.0. Eleven year-classes were present, which was the most year-classes ever observed. In 2012, age ranged from 2-18 years and age-2 fish represented 41 percent of sample. Mean weight was well above the normal range observed in similar lakes.
Bluegill abundance decreased from the previous investigation, but not outside the normal range for Pelican Lake.
Yellow perch gill-net abundance decreased from the previous investigation in 2007 (highest level observed since 1959), but remained well above the normal range for this lake type. Mean length was 6.7 inches with a range from 5.1 to 11.0.
The snowmobile trail is not to far down the road and public lands are near the property. Numerous logging roads are to the north for exploring.