Fishing Outlook: Lake Pulaski has a relatively high water clarity for the area. The lake is managed primarily for Walleye and Walleye fingerlings are stocked every other year. The number of Walleye caught in the 2015 lake survey was one of the highest in the Sauk Rapids Area. Walleyes were large — average Walleye length and weight were 19 inches and over two pounds with some fish up to 25 inches. Anglers should focus on low light periods due to the high water clarity.
Northern Pike provide a good harvest opportunity for anglers due to relatively high numbers. Northern Pike averaged 21 inches and two pounds in the 2015 survey with some fish over 32 inches available. Largemouth Bass numbers are also high and can also provide plenty of action for anglers. Black Crappie and sunfish are available in good numbers and some larger crappies (up to 16 inches) are present. No special fishing regulations exist for the lake.
Source: MN DNR