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Pickeral lake waterfront tucked between Battle Lake and Deer Lake in the Togo area and 14 Miles E of Effie. Catch some panfish on Pickerel Lake or explore Battle and Deer lake that are just down the road. Atv routes are numerous in the Togo, Effie and Thistledew area. State and National forest give you public lands to explore and hunt. County map
S Pickerel Lake Road near Togo, Effie www.effiemn.com and Thistle Dew area. Over 3 acres with over 400’ of Lake Shore on quiet Pickerel Lake. http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/lakefind/data/lakemaps/b0162010.pdf Property has building site cleared and dock. Electric is at the road for easy hookup. Pickerel Lake is close to the George Washington State Forest, www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_forests/sft00021/index.html plenty of fishing, boating, skiing, snowmobiling and other out door activities. According to the DNR
Pickerel Lake is located 14 miles east of Effie, MN in the Bigfork River watershed. Pickerel Lake has a total surface area of 293 acres, a littoral area of 152 acres (52 %), and a maximum depth of 70 feet. The water has a slight bog stain and the Secchi disk transparency was 10 feet. The water is moderately hard and has relatively low fertility. Pickerel Lake lies between Battle Lake and Deer Lake, in the middle of a system of three lakes that flows west to the Bigfork River. The lake has a public access on the western shore.
Pickerel Lake is managed primarily for bluegill, walleye, and black crappie. The long range goals from the 2008 lake management plan were to increase walleye gill net abundance to 2.5/gill net, and maintain a quality bluegill population with a spring or summer trap net catch of 6.0/net and with 50% exceeding 6 inches and 30% exceeding 8 inches. Pickerel Lake was included in a 17 to 26 inch protected slot length limit for walleye with only one fish over 26 inches in possession implemented at the start of the 2005 walleye opener. Pickerel lake was also included in a 10 sunfish daily/possession bag limit was implemented at the start of the 2006 fishing season. These regulations also apply to connected Deer and Battle Lakes.