Leavitt Lake is a 130 acre lake located one mile northeast of Outing. There is a public access on the southwest corner of the lake. The water has a brown tint bog stain color with a secchi disc reading of 6.0 feet. The northern pike catch rate in gill nets was low compared to similar lake types, but higher than past nettings. The average size was 21.3 inches with fish up to 35.8 inches observed. The walleye population is low and only two fish were observed. Black crappie numbers were similar to past surveys with modest numbers observed and sizes ranging from 4.50 to 9.7 inches present. The average size was small at 6.2 inches. Bluegills were present in good numbers with 30 percent of the fish greater than 7.0 inches.