Lomond Lake is a 91-acre lake with a maximum depth of 42 feet. The lake lies within the city limits of Bagley in Clearwater County. There is a public access within Bagley City Park, just off of State Highway 92. DNR fisheries management focuses mainly on bluegill, northern pike, and walleye. Water quality measurements taken in July, 2013 showed good oxygen levels for fish down to a depth of fifteen feet, with a Secchi disc reading of 9.3 feet. The 2013 bluegill catch rate of 10.67 fish per trap net (10.67/TN) falls within the typical range for Lake Class 28 (5.69/TN to 40.45/TN). Bluegill up to 9.1 inches in length were captured during the assessment, with 14% of the catch (gill nets and trap nets combined) exceeding 8 inches in length. Northern pike abundance in the 2013 fish population assessment exceeded the range of values considered typical of this lake type. High numbers of small northern pike have been persistent in Lomond Lake over much of its management history. The average size of northern pike was 21.1 inches in length and 2.0 lbs. Pike up to 30 inches in length were captured in the assessment, although only 15% of the catch exceeded 24 inches in length. The 2013 walleye catch rate of 3 fish per gill net (3/GN) is near the upper end of the normal range for Lake Class 28. Walleye up to 29 inches in length were captured in the assessment, with an average size of 15.7 inches in length and 1.99 lbs. Fifty percent of the walleye captured were young fish from recent stockings (age-2). These fish should grow to a size preferred by anglers in 2015. Black crappie abundance has increased since the previous assessment in 2003. Catch rates for both gill nets (4.75/GN) and trap nets (1.67/TN) were the highest recorded for Lomond Lake. Black crappie from six consecutive year classes were identified in the 2013 assessment. Age-2 and age-3 black crappie comprised 62% of the catch, which bodes well for crappie fishing in Lomond Lake in the near future. Black crappie in Lomond Lake average approximately 9 inches in length at age-5. Other species documented in the 2013 assessment were pumpkinseed, yellow bullhead, largemouth bass, white sucker, and yellow perch.